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Careers for veterans

Vets add value

We recognize that military veterans bring many transferrable skills to civilian employers. Skills such as discipline, reliability, adaptability, initiative, courage, problem-solving, and leadership make a valuable contribution to our business. We offer flexibility to employees who continue to serve in military roles, including military leave when they need time away from work for their duties.

We also recognize that veterans sometimes need support in their civilian lives. As part of our commitment to building strong communities, we offer assistance to veterans, both directly and indirectly, through a number of charitable organizations and local programs such as:

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Our employee soldiers and veterans stories

Meet Kevin Buckles: third-generation service member, veteran and colleague

On Nov. 11, we recognize Veterans Day in the U.S. and Remembrance Day in Canada in honour of those who've served, continue to serve and sacrifice, and in memory of those who gave their lives for our freedom.


A life of service – Meet one of our employees in uniform

On Nov. 11, we will pause to recognize Veterans Day in the U.S. and Remembrance Day in Canada in honour and memory of those who’ve served and sacrificed for our freedom. We’re fortunate to work alongside more than 200 veterans and soldiers – and proud to be part of a team that values the diverse skills, experience and perspective that veterans and military personnel bring to our workplace, and that supports their continued service in the military.


Honour the fallen, help the living

We’re especially proud to partner with Wounded Warriors Canada (WWC), an organization committed to creating and providing innovative mental health care for Canadian Armed Forces members, veterans, first responders and their families.


She’s getting ready for her first overseas deployment

Tomeka Thomas will take a military leave from her role as a project support analyst for TransCanada's U.S. Gas Projects for her first overseas deployment, to the Ramstein U.S. Air Force Base in Germany.


How our employee Veterans put their military skills to work

Discipline. Reliability. Adaptability. Initiative. Courage. Problem-solving. Leadership. These are just a few of the military skills two of our employee Veterans bring to the table in their civilian jobs.


From military life to civilian success: Meet two proud employees

We recognize that military veterans bring a lot of transferrable skills to civilian employers. Brandy Manke and Rob MacLeod are two TransCanada employees who have brought their military skills to civilian life. Read their stories.