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Our Responsibility

Our Responsibility

Our business is built on solid relationships with our stakeholders. They include shareholders, customers, community residents, landowners, Aboriginal peoples, regulators, governments, environmental organizations, industry peers, partners, suppliers, and many others.

Each group of stakeholders affects and influences TransCanada’s strategy and performance. By treating all of them respectfully, we are able to attract and retain good employees, plan and develop new projects, and sustain community-based initiatives for positive social change.

Our Values in Action

Section Highlights

Aboriginal and Native American Relations

Aboriginal Relations has been an integral part of TransCanada’s operations for nearly 30 years.


Call Before You Dig

Call Before You Dig

TransCanada approvals are required for crossing, construction and excavation activities on or near our right-of-way in accordance with legislation. 


In the U.S. Call 811

Community Investment Partnerships

We develop meaningful partnerships with non-profit organizations to sustain ongoing quality of life improvements.

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Reports, Publications and Policies

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