Indigenous Community Honours ‘Difference-Maker’

A role model: Indigenous & Community Relations liaison Peter Knight’s tireless community efforts recognized.

Employee Earns Aboriginal Role Model Award

TransCanada walks the talk when it comes to Indigenous relations.

The company began practising proactive Indigenous engagement in 1989 — long before it became a regulatory requirement in Canada and a hot button issue with pipeline opponents.

TransCanada Named DJSI Industry Leader

Top ranking in oil & gas storage & transportation category nets overall top score in the 100th percentile in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) World and North America indices in 2016.

TransCanada has once again been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) World and North America indices in 2016, achieving an overall score at the 100th percentile.

The indices measure a company’s performance on its commitment to environmental, social and governance excellence.

This year marks the 14th consecutive year TransCanada has appeared on the DJSI World Index, and the 12th year on the DJSI North America Index since it began in 2003.

Crude Oil Flows to U.S. Refiners in Texas

Houston Lateral Pipeline becomes operational, extending the Keystone Pipeline System to Houston.

Houston Lateral pipeline more than doubles refining access for Keystone shippers

The Houston Lateral Pipeline and the associated Houston Tank Terminal is the latest phase of the pipeline system from Alberta to Texas to become operational, helping to further drive North American energy security.

Pipelines = A Safer Alternative

Pipelines are the safest, most environmentally friendly way of transporting the oil we use every day. Get the facts.

TransCanada CEO reinforces practicality of pipelines at Energy and Mines Ministers’ Conference


TransCanada CEO reinforces practicality of pipelines at Energy and Mines Ministers’ Conference

Bruce Power Keeps the Lights on in Ontario

When Ontario's final coal-fired power facility was converted to biomass, Bruce Power was providing 70 per cent of the carbon-free energy required by the province.

Nuclear facility one of the key elements to Ontario’s survival following massive 2003 blackout

On August 14, 2003, 50 million North Americans were plunged into darkness in the largest electricity blackout in history.

An estimated 10 million Ontarians were impacted. Traffic lights were out, causing commuter chaos. Senior citizen’s homes were without air conditioning on a sweltering summer day.

A dramatic increase was reported in the volume of emergency calls placed to police, fire and ambulance services across the province.

A Good Neighbour in Bad Times

TransCanada helps out after tornado strike in southern Manitoba

TransCanada helps out after southern Manitoba tornado

A “huge tornado-producing storm” July 23 left the residents of Long Plain First Nation and surrounding southern Manitoba communities reeling.

A Growing Company, a Solid Investment


TransCanada’s Q2 results highlight industry-leading growth plan

If you had invested $1,000 in TransCanada at the turn of the last century, today you would have more than $9,000 (assuming all dividends were reinvested). Most people would consider that a good investment over the last 16 years, equating to a 15 per cent average annual return since 2000. And with more than $25 billion in growth projects underway for the end of this decade, the company plans to continue its track record of delivering value to its shareholders.

'Natural Gas is at the Forefront'


Huge opportunities for prosperity

Plentiful natural gas supplies will provide huge opportunities for prosperity in the United States, according to TransCanada’s Senior Vice-President and General Manager, U.S. Natural Gas Pipelines, Stan Chapman, who was one of four featured guests on an energy policy panel discussion yesterday as part of this week’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio.

Protecting the ‘Canary in the Coal Mine’

Community rallies to protect trout, improve water quality in Alberta’s Crowsnest Pass

Community rallies to protect trout, improve water quality in Crowsnest Pass

Sometimes small steps can springboard into leaps. Restoring an old, forgotten and collapsed bridge in a small foothills stream could encourage the recovery of the threatened Westslope cutthroat trout population in Allison Creek in the Crowsnest Pass area of southern Alberta.

Stand Up for Energy East

Thousands have pledged their support. Will you?

From Alberta to Quebec to New Brunswick, Energy East connects Western Canada’s abundant resources with industry centres in the east, creating thousands of jobs and investments in local communities along the way and reducing our reliance on foreign oil. It’s time to stand up and speak out.


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