- Regulatory Filing
As we plan, construct and operate the Energy East Pipeline, TransCanada is committed to working with local communities along the project corridor. We believe in making a positive difference where we live and work. We will always be looking for ways to help build stronger communities through job creation and training, as well as by investing in communities, the environment and safety. Giving back has been both a part of our everyday culture and our core belief for more than 60 years.
In 2013, we invested over $12 million into nearly 1,600 non-profit organizations across North America to support initiatives in three focus areas: safety, communities and environment.
Contributing to Canada’s Towns and Cities
Here are some recent initiatives that we have undertaken to demonstrate our commitment to being a good neighbour, an employer of choice and a trusted community partner:
Visit TransCanada.com to learn more about our Community Investment Focus Areas.
TransCanada announced on November 5, 2015 that it would amend the Energy East application currently before the National Energy Board to remove a port in Quebec from the scope of the project. The application will now focus on connections to three refineries in Quebec and New Brunswick, and to marine terminal in New Brunswick.