Our Commitment to You


“Part of our commitment to operating in a sustainable manner is listening to those who are involved with or affected by our business, and communicating honestly about our performance on the issues that matter most to our key stakeholders.”

Russ Girling
President and CEO, TransCanada

Annual local property taxes generated: $555M+

Annual local property taxes generated: $555M+

Contracts for Indigenous businesses: $75M+

Contracts for Indigenous businesses: $75M+

Long-lasting relationships with landowners: 95,000+

Long-lasting relationships with landowners: 95,000+

Pipeline monitoring: 24/7

Pipeline monitoring: 24/7

Leading the Way

With more than 65 years’ experience, TransCanada plays a central role in developing North America’s energy future. The crux of our challenge in this changing energy landscape is to safely deliver the energy the world needs in an economically, environmentally and socially responsible manner. We’re well positioned to deliver on that challenge. And here’s how we’re doing it.


TransCanada is committed to public safety and a zero-incident workplace environment.


Building relationships in the communities where we work.


Respect for Indigenous peoples, traditions and lands.


Transparency and understanding our landowners


Protecting land, air, water and wildlife

Tech & Innovation

Innovative approaches to pipeline safety

Corporate Responsibility

Being a conscientious corporate citizen is more than a facet of our business — it's how we conduct business. Everything we do, from planning new pipelines to understanding community concerns, to investing in a balanced and sustainable energy future reflects our core values of safety, integrity, collaboration and responsibility. And in every business decision we make, we consider the potential long-term social, environment and economic effects. Learn more about our CR approach below.

Our Stakeholders

How we conduct ourselves today has a direct impact on our success tomorrow. When we make a promise or commitment, we stand by it.

Whether it is to Indigenous communities, townships, cities, investors, regulators, landowners or governments, we know we can only succeed when we work together.