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Women Building Futures Partners with Transcanada to Attract More Women into the Construction Trades

TransCanada joins CLAC and Mammoet Canada Western as sponsors of the WBF Opportunities for Women in Construction Awareness Campaign (OFWIC)
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Edmonton AB, February 27, 2016 /3BL Media/ -- Women Building Futures (WBF), Alberta’s premier trades training organization for women, is pleased to welcome TransCanada as a new partner in the WBF Opportunities for Women in Construction Awareness Campaign (OFWIC). WBF has been running the OFWIC campaign since 2007, the only sustained awareness program of its kind in Western Canada.

TransCanada Reports Q4 and 2015 Results

Diverse energy portfolio performs well despite challenging fiscal times
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Common Share Dividend Increased Nine Per Cent to $2.26 Per Share Annually

Helping Save Lives in New England Communities

Imagine your local firefighters showing up to an emergency in the family minivan, sports car or farm truck.
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Having a dedicated piece of apparatus saves critical time

Imagine your local firefighters showing up to an emergency in the family minivan, sports car or farm truck.

In Readsboro, a small town of close to 800 people in Vermont, this is a reality.

As emergency calls come in, dedicated volunteer firefighters respond to potentially life or death incidents, such as brush fires, severe weather incidents and medical calls, in their private vehicles, as there is no available emergency response vehicle.

Creating Jobs and Economic Growth for Canadians

Chamber of Commerce recognizes TransCanada’s contributions to the communities of Sherwood Park and Strathcona County.
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TransCanada recognized for job creation and economic development

Gerald Gabinet understands the value of business investment in his community. As Strathcona County’s Chamber of Commerce Director of Economic Development & Tourism, Gabinet appreciates how companies energize communities with much-needed jobs and infuse local businesses and governments with economic benefits that contribute to local needs, such as infrastructure, roads and schools.

The Dawn of a New Era

Solar in the Tar Sands
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The Dawn of a New Era: Solar in the Tar Sands

By Melina Laboucan-Massimo

Little Buffalo, a town of 500 people in Alberta, is at the forefront of multiple environmental justice battles: it has been polluted by oil spills and damaged by tar sands mining, but it is also pushing to move beyond fossil fuels and towards renewable energy. In particular, the Lubicon Cree people are fighting back against extractive industries and demanding that solar energy power their nation.

Education Partnership for Mexican Engineers

20 Mexican students gain key skills in semester-long pipeline specialization program at the University of Calgary.
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Mexican government prepares for natural gas pipeline expansion

The Mexican government has been working to change the paradigm of its energy sector, opening up opportunities for private companies to contribute to the development of the oil and gas industry in the country. This historic step is the cornerstone of ensuring Mexico’s competitiveness in the coming years.

Training young professionals in pipeline construction and management

We Are Working For You

There’s more to being a good business than just supplying the energy North Americans need.
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The fundamental role of any business is to fulfill a need for society. For TransCanada, that means delivering the natural gas that heats your home, the liquids that fuel your transportation and the electricity that powers your technology and lights the way.

But after 65 years of doing business, and with more than 70,000 neighbours across our three operating countries, we know there’s more to being a good business than just supplying the energy North Americans need.

Delivering Joy to Families in Need

It began with Stephen’s Dream: “Mommy we have to help them.”
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Every day, you don't have to look far to find a family in need. Once again TransCanada's employees and families have opened their hearts to help those in need at a time of year when a helping hand is appreciated the most.

This holiday season, three charities, including Stephen's Backpacks, the Calgary Food Bank and Tennessee's food bank (The Well), were the focus of those big hearts.

Stephen's Backpacks continues bringing joy into children's lives

A New Perspective on Pipeline Safety

Pipeline inspectors travel to new heights to ensure TransCanada’s pipelines are safe.
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Dan Sayewich is the envy of many who have a desk job.

On any given day, he wakes up in the morning and goes to work on one of the helicopters patrolling TransCanada’s extensive pipeline network in southern Ontario, Quebec, portions of the Maritimes and the Northeast U.S.

Report Focuses on Building Trust with Canadians

Who offers a safer workplace – a pipeline company or a bank? The answer might surprise you.
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Who offers a safer workplace – a pipeline company or a bank? The answer might surprise you.

This is just one of the many interesting facts you’ll find in the Canadian Energy Pipeline Association’s (CEPA) inaugural safety report, focused on our industry’s recent performance and efforts we are making to provide the safety and reliability Canadians expect and deserve.

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