TransCanada is committed to meaningful engagement. We do this by supporting each community’s interests as we engage regarding our activities. TransCanada employs engagement processes which vary depending on the nature, scope and location of each project and the individual concerns and interests of each community.
Commitment of resources to enable project review supports fair, inclusive participation. We recognize Aboriginal traditional knowledge as valuable contributions that inform our project planning and mitigation strategies.
The support of community-led traditional use studies and 363 Aboriginal participants who took part in 5,331 days of field studies over three years on the North Montney Mainline Project illustrates our commitment to meaningful engagement.
Project agreements that frame ongoing community relationships are designed to meet the individual circumstances of each community and are another way we demonstrate our commitment to mutually built partnerships.