It takes many people to build and operate a pipeline. Energy East is expected to create over 14,000 direct and indirect full-time jobs each year across Canada during development and construction alone.
“I’d get to say that I’ve done this, that I’ve been a part of this huge project and contributed to it in a positive way. It would make finding work going forward that much easier.”
– Kieran McLoughlin, professional welder
During the first 20 years of operation, Energy East is expected to sustain nearly 900 full-time direct jobs across Canada, and thousands of indirect and induced jobs in all provinces along the route. Read more about jobs by province.
TransCanada is committed to hiring qualified local employees. If you’re interested in joining the team building the Energy East pipeline, we encourage you to visit Jobs.TransCanada.com
Over the last three years, Energy East has spent $100 million in contracts with more than 250 suppliers in Quebec.