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TransCanada – CSR – About: TransCanada employee and his daughter volunteer on a reforestation project to help rebuild wildlife corridors and restore understory plant life on Nature Conservancy of Canada land in Alberta. TransCanada – CSR – About: TransCanada employee and his daughter volunteer on a reforestation project to help rebuild wildlife corridors and restore understory plant life on Nature Conservancy of Canada land in Alberta.

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Ethics

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At TransCanada, we are committed to meeting our obligations ethically and under all applicable laws and regulations.

As a regulated company, we are subject to many regulatory requirements as well as tariffs. We also comply with all laws and regulations related to the protection of health, safety and the environment, employment, political contributions and government lobbying, financial reporting and fraud prevention, among others.

We have a number of codes, policies, training and processes in place that promote the advancement of ethical conduct in our organization such as:

  • Code of Business Ethics (COBE) – provides personnel with the expected standards of conduct to ensure that our reputation for honesty, integrity and reliability is maintained
  • Mandatory company-wide training on inter-affiliate interactions and avoiding bribery and corruption
  • 24/7 ethics help-line – allows personnel and the public to report actual or suspected violations or to seek guidance
  • Non-retaliation policy – every report is taken seriously and people making reports in good faith are protected
  • Policies related to lobbying activities and political contributions – we are committed to ethical behaviour in all of TransCanada’s business
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