The Cochrane Fire Department is a pillar in the northeastern Ontario community. The town was devastated by fire three times in the early 20th century so the fire hall is something of a landmark, a source of local pride, just like Chimo, the polar bear statue that is the mascot of the
Since announcing the Energy East project in August 2013, our teams have travelled across the country meeting with thousands of Canadians – landowners, Indigenous communities, local residents and elected officials – to answer important questions on a pipeline that will finally allow ou
Some may say that Dan Sayewich has the best job in the world. On any given day, he wakes up in the morning and goes to work on one of the helicopters patrolling TransCanada’s extensive pipeline network in southern Ontario, Quebec, portions of the Maritimes and the Northeast U.S. “I’ve
Environmental stewardship is about taking responsibility for our environmental impacts, which is why field studies are an important part of every project we undertake. The knowledge we gain through them allows us to develop the appropriate mitigation measures to minimize the impact th
Tom Henderson says that TransCanada has been a part of his life for longer than he can remember. “They give us the training we need to save time and efforts and do the job property if anything happens” – Tom Henderson, fire chief, Englehart “My history with pipelines goes back t
Firefighters and first responders are used to intervening in virtually every kind of emergency, from fires and natural disasters to search-and-rescue operations. Firefighter veteran Billy Goldfeder will tell you that what first responders don’t like are the emergencies they seldom, if
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.