The Giving Tree is a traditional Métis story that illustrates an important life lesson. From the eyes of little boy Moushoom, the tale describes a tree that, for generations, was used as a place for Métis travellers to store food, moccasins, tools and other items needed on a long jour
When Joe Young joined land survey firm J.D. Barnes as a summer student in 1987, he probably did not expect that he would one day run the company. The employee-owned business has come a long way since being founded by entrepreneurial surveyor John Duncan Barnes in 1960. It now employs
Bert Parker has been farming his 1,000-acre property outside Broadview, Saskatchewan, for nearly 30 years. And before him, his dad did. His family’s relationship with TransCanada goes back to the 1950s when his dad negotiated an agreement that allowed our company to bury the Can
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.