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Open houses – A respectful forum to exchange on Energy East project facts

By Gary Houston, Vice-President, Ontario and Prairies, Energy East Pipeline Project I was in Kenora with my team on Tuesday, Aug. 12, to discuss TransCanada’s proposed Energy East Pipeline with local residents. We received a lot of great questions and comments regarding safety, emerge
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TransCanada’s Energy East Pipeline Project is the largest proposed energy infrastructure project to happen in Canada since the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway system. A project of this magnitude will create thousands of jobs across the country, enhance Canada’s energy securit
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Pipe welding – Getting it right

Welding is one of the most crucial operations in pipeline construction. If you don’t get it right, then it’s the very integrity of your pipeline that is at risk. No one takes this risk more seriously than TransCanada. Safety is at the core of everything our company does.
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TransCanada helps train a new generation of pipeline welders

UA Local 46 pipeline welders, journeymen and apprentices in action.
Many little girls grow up dreaming about being princesses or models. Not Erin Rideout. For as long as she can remember she has always wanted to travel and get her hands dirty in an outdoor job. And she’s recently discovered working on pipeline construction projects can tick all those
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Energy East project benefits Ontario

By Alex Pourbaix, President, Development 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. This project, as well as other investments TransCanada w
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TransCanada’s Executive VP and President Natural Gas Pipelines, Karl Johannson
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Energy East president shares vision for the project

Francois Poirier
François Poirier is a man who knows about going the distance – both as a marathon and triathlon finisher, and as a professional who spent over two decades advising clients on making large and complex energy infrastructure projects happen. Poirier joined TransCanada in May, taking over
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