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TransCanada Executive Garners Top Lawyer in Canada Honours

Kristine Delkus recognized as top in-house corporate lawyer at the Canadian General Counsel Awards
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Kristine Delkus was recognized as the top in-house corporate lawyer in the country at the 2016 Canadian General Counsel Awards on Wednesday night.

Delkus, who is general counsel with TransCanada Corp. in Calgary, was named GC of the year for her work at the helm of the pipeline company’s legal department.

TransCanada Named Top Performing Midstream Company

We are honoured to be recognized by Alberta Oil magazine
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Low commodity prices can turn even the most bullish companies into timid observers. But that hasn’t been the case with TransCanada, which inked a staggering US$13 billion acquisition of Columbia Pipeline Group at the beginning of 2016, a move that earned the company a substantial foothold in the massive Marcellus and Utica natural gas formations.

Majority of B.C. First Nations support LNG projects

As debates continue on the merits of Canadian energy infrastructure projects, the majority of First Nations in B.C. have said yes to proposed natural gas pipeline projects.
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Blueberry River First Nations one of many

TransCanada Stands Strong with Fort McMurray

Company supporting wildfire relief efforts in several ways for displaced residents.
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Recounting a night of chaos

Imagine being separated from your wife and kids, unable to make contact as the wildfire nicknamed 'the beast' roared through your home community of Fort McMurray.

That's exactly what happened to TransCanada measurement technician Derek Munroe during a harrowing and frightening day on May 3 during mass evacuations of the community.

Rescued Snowy Owls Released Back Into the Wild

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Manitobans love their snowy owls. The distinctive yellow-eyed, black-beaked white birds are not exactly a common feature as they tend to stay and breed in the sparsely-populated northeastern part of the province.

But come winter, the territorial birds of prey will chase their youngest or weakest away from the habitat, forcing them to escape south for better chances of hunting the lemmings and small rodents they eat.

Strength & Stability Focus of AGM

TransCanada’s Annual General Meeting highlights record earnings and cash flow in 2015
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Depth of company goes far beyond headlines projects generate

Russ Girling has always been far more interested in the numbers on a balance sheet than the words in a newspaper. So while he accepts that the company’s high-profile projects will continue to generate headlines, TransCanada’s President and CEO puts his focus on delivering steady results to his shareholders through a business model built on strength and stability over sensationalism.

TransCanada Reports Solid First Quarter 2016 Financial Results

Transformational changes position company for near- and long-term growth
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CALGARY, ALBERTA, April 29, 2016 /3BL Media/  TransCanada Corporation (TSX:TRP) (NYSE:TRP) (TransCanada) today announced net income attributable to common shares for first quarter 2016 of $252 million or $0.36 per share compared to $387 million or $0.55 per share for the same period in 2015.

Experience Builds Better Emergency Response

Front-line knowledge shared with America’s first responders
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Front-line experiences shared with America’s first responders

He served on the front lines in the aftermath of an oil pipeline rupture and a devastating tornado. And now former Arkansas County Judge Allen Dodson is sharing those experiences with first responders across the U.S. as part of a regional town hall program hosted by the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) and TransCanada.

Ontario Children Helping House Endangered Bats

TransCanada and Earth Rangers partner to help protect Little Brown Bats.
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TransCanada and Earth Rangers partner to protect species-at-risk

A deadly fungus called White Nose Syndrome (WNS) is threatening to wipe out one of 19 bat species in Canada.

Ontario Children Helping House Endangered Bats

TransCanada and Earth Rangers partner to help protect Little Brown Bats.
Blog

TransCanada and Earth Rangers partner to protect species-at-risk

A deadly fungus called White Nose Syndrome (WNS) is threatening to wipe out one of 19 bat species in Canada.

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