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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 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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Building on more than 65 years’ experience, TransCanada is playing a central role in developing North America’s energy future. The public is increasingly engaged in issues related to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) – including placing increased demand on companies to deliver on their broader social responsibilities.

We’ve been in business for generations delivering the natural gas, electricity and oil our society needs – so we understand that the long-term success of our business depends on our ability to balance safety, profitability, and social and environmental responsibility.

As such, we consider every business decision in terms of our ability to achieve top performance in all of those areas.

In 2015, we continued to receive recognition of our accomplishments from third-party rating agencies, but we haven’t stopped examining our own efforts, setting targets and continually striving for improvement in everything we do.

“We look at Corporate Social Responsibility not as a facet of our business, but as a reflection of the way we conduct our business and an expression of our core values of integrity, responsibility, collaboration and innovation.”

- Russ Girling, president and CEO

Watch President and CEO Russ Girling discuss our overall corporate social responsibility efforts: