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Landowner Relations / Public Involvement
We recognize the importance of incorporating public input into our project plans. We believe that through consultation with landowners, communities and other interested stakeholders, we can address questions and concerns and integrate important public input into our activities.
TransCanada has a diverse group of stakeholders with many different interests. Through our public communication and consultation programs we engage regularly with our stakeholders to share information about our plans, help them understand our projects and garner their views.
We have established a set of principles that govern our dealings with stakeholders. These principles are based on:
TransCanada is committed to treating all landowners who may be affected by our project honestly, fairly and with mutual respect.
All landowners will receive fair and equitable compensation for the land easements granted and TransCanada will work closely with them to identify special circumstances, land restrictions, access routes and other construction requirements to minimize disturbance to the land, the landowner and the environment.
We connect with our key community stakeholders such as landowners, municipalities, emergency service organizations and contractors on an on-going basis through the Integrated Public Awareness (IPA) program supported by TransCanada's wholly owned or operated facilities and activities within both Canada and the United States. The IPA is a coordinated approach to inform the public of the location of TransCanada facilities and activities.
Extensive consultation and community outreach activities have been conducted since the Keystone project was originally announced.
TransCanada has a long history of assisting causes that benefit residents of the communities where we live and work. We want those investments to make a long-term difference to recipients. That's why we champion causes that involve basic community issues. In partnership with non-profit organizations, we strive to instil hope and foster positive change.
We focus on three main areas: wellness, safety and environment. For more information on funding guidelines and how to submit a community funding request to TransCanada please visit the Community Investment section of our website.