Apr 9, 2019
Enter to win a MacBook Pro Student Prize Pack from TransCanada Corporation (“TransCanada”).
The MacBook Pro Student Prize Pack Contest (“Contest”) is administered by TransCanada.
Eligible Contest Participants in the Contest must read and agree to the following Contest Terms and Privacy Statement to be eligible to enter.
This Contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by or associated with Facebook.
This Contest is open to Previous Recipients or Eligible Contest Participants, who are citizens or permanent residents of Canada or the U.S. who are students, aged 18 or older, attending or enrolled in post-secondary institutions (university, college, trade school, certification programs, etc.) in Canada or the United States in the 2019/2020 academic year. The Contest is Void where prohibited. No purchase necessary.
Contest Opening and Deadline
Manner of Entry
Contest participants can qualify for an Eligible Contest Entry by meeting one of the following two Contest Qualifying Conditions:
Selecting a Contest Winner
Eligible Contest Entries obtained in a manner that does not align with the intent of the contest, or is an attempt to cheat the contest, will be declared ineligible and will be excluded from the Contest.
Additional Contest Terms
Prizes and Odds of Winning
Limitation of Liability
TransCanada is not responsible for any taxes resulting from winning a prize.
Failure by TransCanada to enforce any of its rights at any time does not constitute a waiver of those rights.
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This statement is to notify you of the practices that will govern the processing of personal information you provide in the TransCanada Corporation website, TransCanada.com, for the “MacBook Pro Student Prize Pack Contest (the “Contest”) and to obtain your consent for the use of this personal information consistent with this notice.
TransCanada is committed to protecting the confidential information of individuals, a commitment that is reinforced by our Protection of Personal Information Policy. We endeavour to ensure the data you submit remains confidential and is used only for the purposes outlined in the privacy statement.
This privacy statement sets out the information gathering and dissemination practices for the Contest. The Contest supports TransCanada’s Scholarship Programs.
Collecting, Using and Disclosing Information
This privacy statement describes our practices, regarding the collection, use and disclosure of the information that we collect about you for the Contest including, but not limited to, your name, personal address, personal phone number(s), personal fax number, personal email address. and postal code. We will limit the information we collect to what we need for the purposes for which it was collected. We may contact you via email to provide scholarship or contest-related updates or information. If we wish to use your information for any other purpose, we will obtain your consent before using the information.
Notwithstanding the above, TransCanada may disclose the personal information we collect from you without your consent under the following circumstances: (i) when required or permitted by government agencies for statistical reporting or when otherwise required or permitted by law; (ii) when required by law in response to subpoenas or the issuance of a warrant or court order; (iii) for research and reference purposes; (iv) for purposes relevant to TransCanada’s corporate policies; (v) in cases of emergency; and (vi) to the Human Rights Commission. For further certainty, your personal information is safeguarded by the applicable federal and provincial privacy legislation. Moreover, TransCanada takes additional appropriate precautions to safeguard your personal information and is required to notify you of the potential risks that may arise in the event of a breach of the System. Specifically, should a breach of the System information occur, potential risks include may include but are not limited to reputational risk and the inappropriate dissemination of any personal information you have entered into the Contest.
Storing of Information and Restricting Access
We may store your information in electronic databases or email boxes hosted by us or our service providers, for periods of time and with safeguards that we believe are reasonable depending on the nature and sensitivity of the information. Access to the information is restricted to a select group of individuals, in accordance with our security protocols, and storage of the information is governed by agreements with our service providers. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DATA COLLECTED RESIDES ON A DATA CENTRE IN CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Should you have any questions or concerns please contact privacy_officer@TransCanada.com.
Automatic Collection of Information
In some cases, we may collect information about you that is not personally-identifiable. Examples of this type of information include your Internet Protocol (IP) address.
The Contest use a technology called “cookies.” Cookies are capable of storing many types of data to help provide additional functionality. With most Internet browsers, you can erase cookies from your computer hard drive, block all cookies, or receive a warning before a cookie is stored. Please refer to your browser instructions or help screen to learn more about these functions.
TransCanada uses Third-Party Suppliers and Advertisers who may also place cookies on your browser to tailor advertising directly to you, in which case they are subject to contractual terms with TransCanada. No personal information is collected through these Third-Party Vendors’ and Advertisers’ cookies. This advertising, which is known as “remarketing”, may be based on previous visits to other websites or on factors such as your geographical location. These advertisements are provided through Google. Should you wish to change or control cookies placed by Google, please go to https://support.google.com/ads/answer/2662922?hl. Additional information about Google’s practices and how to opt out of cookies technology is also available at http://www.google.ca/intl/en/privacy/.
Social Network Connections
By connecting your social profile from Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn to the TransCanada Corporation website, interactions will exist and posts to your profile at such Third-Party websites may occur. These instances are optional and are at your discretion. Such connections may be disabled by editing your user profile on this website or restricting continued access via options provided by aforementioned social networks.
From time to time TransCanada may use Third-Party Suppliers to process personal information on its behalf, including for information storage, payment processing, human resource administration and similar purposes. In those cases, your data may be made available to these Third-Parties solely for the purpose of assisting TransCanada in the development or maintenance of our relationship with you. In all cases where Third-Parties may be able to access your information we will continue to protect it through confidentiality arrangements and not allow your data to be removed from TransCanada’s control.
We do not sell or trade this information to other organizations or companies.
Respecting and Responding to Your Privacy Concerns
You have the right to review your personal information and if it is incorrect, have it corrected. If you have any questions or enquiries with respect to our privacy policies or procedures, please send a written request to: Privacy Officer, TransCanada, 450 1st Street S.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2P 5H1; or via email to privacy_officer@TransCanada.com. We will investigate and respond to your concerns about any aspect of our handling your information.
Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL)
Electronic communications are often the most efficient way for us to keep you informed of issues related to our supplier relationship with you. We want to keep our lines of communication open, but also respect your right to choose which electronic messages you receive.
To comply with CASL, we are asking you to provide your consent to receive electronic communications from TransCanada, its subsidiaries and its associated contractors. This will ensure you continue to receive valuable information related to our business relationship with you. If you provide your consent now, you will have the option to unsubscribe on any electronic message from us in the future. By agreeing to use the website, you are consenting to receive electronic communications from TransCanada.
By entering the Contest, you are consenting to this privacy statement and the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information by TransCanada as outlined herein. If this privacy statement is not acceptable to you, please do not submit any of your personal information. We may update this privacy statement from time to time and you will be notified when and if any changes are made to the privacy statement. Your continued use of the site or submission of information thereafter will be deemed your conclusive acceptance of the updated privacy statement.
BY AGREEING TO ENTER THE CONTEST, YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU HAVE READ THIS PRIVACY STATEMENT, UNDERSTAND IT AND AGREE TO ALL THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS IN THIS PRIVACY STATEMENT.
A born and bred Marquette woman has taken home a TransCanada Community Leaders Scholarship. Katie Bresnahan was selected for her strong commitment to leadership, volunteerism and community involvement.
"I was excited to be selected" said Katie. "You never expect to be chosen with so many talented people out there."
Help build strong futures in your community. Apply for funding under our education focus area if your organization aligns with one of the following categories:
Scholarships: we provide scholarships to post-secondary students across North America in four categories
Early Education: we invest in organizations that offer early childhood development programs that align with our focus areas
Skills and Development: we invest in organizations to offer programs that enable greater participation in the employment and contracting opportunities created by our projects, operations and industry
Workforce Enablement: we invest in organizations that offer job readiness and workplace essential skills training
More than 26,000 volunteer hours logged in 2018
$22.5 million donated to more than 1,600 non-profit organizations in 2018
Over $2.7 million in employee and matched company donations
Meet annually with 1000s of municipal representatives, emergency responders and community members