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In the Community
TransCanada engages regularly with our stakeholders and aboriginal communities. We share information about our plans and activities while receiving a clear indication of stakeholder views. We gain valuable insight from these discussions and use this information in our project planning, development, and operations activities.
When it comes to new projects, public involvement may involve one on one discussions, public presentations, or open houses with affected stakeholders. We supplement these face to face meetings with written materials and other forms of communication such as fact sheets, brochures, websites, e-mail, and Toll-free telephone lines. Our goal is to develop projects in a manner that is publicly supported and aligned with our business objectives and values.
For comments or questions related to TransCanada's plans and activities in your community, please email us at Community_Relations@TransCanada.com or phone 1.855.895.8754.
Learn about our public involvement programs.
We keep our communities informed and educated.
Aboriginal and Native Relations has been an integral part of TransCanada’s operations for nearly 30 years.
Building a successful business into the future means doing the right thing today.