TransCanada would like to reassure people who rely on natural gas to heat their homes, and to fuel businesses, schools and hospitals in Ontario and Quebec of one thing: we will continue to ensure adequate pipeline capacity is in place to meet your energy needs today, and in the future
In his column, “If Alberta oil heads east, benefits for Ontario are hard to see” economist Jeff Rubin makes a number of errors about TransCanada’s proposed Energy East crude oil pipeline. If the Energy East project were to be built, it would deliver another 1.1 million barrels a day t
We wish to respond to an article published in the Kenora Daily Miner and News on May 10, 2014, in which we found several incorrect statements. “Council of Canadians speaker Mark Calzavara issued a scathing condemnation of TransCanada’s record on pipeline safety, citing eight major eve
An article published on April 29, 2014 in the Cornwall Standard-Freeholder cited some professional activists giving false information about our Energy East project. We wish to correct the record. “We shouldn’t just allow a mega-project like this to come into our community without deba
We wish to refute this statement by Council of Canadians chairperson Maude Barlow published in The Nugget, and provide her with evidence that the $12-billion Energy East project will bring benefits to our provinces and Canada as a whole. “There’s no argument for this pipeline. It’s an
Energy East is a 4,500-kilometre pipeline that will transport approximately 1.1 million barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to the refineries of Eastern Canada and a marine terminal in New Brunswick. There is an important choice before us all. That choice is about where we get the oil we need and how we choose to transport it. Energy East makes sense and this is why the majority of Canadians support the project.