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TransCanada - Build Strong

Building strong communities where we live, work and operate is important to all of us.

Whether it's partnering with community groups, supporting local initiatives or encouraging our employees to get involved in local improvements, the goal is to build strong and vibrant communities across North America. Our Build Strong program provides valuable tools and resources to first responders, helps fund educational programs, supports important community needs, and strengthens environmental stewardship and sustainability through local and regional investments.

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Building a strong future together

When we build something, we do it with the future in mind. Whether it’s infrastructure to meet North America’s energy needs, or a lasting relationship with a community, we are there.

It’s helped us become one of North America’s leading energy infrastructure companies, and allows us to leave a legacy we can be proud of, wherever we build.

In 2018, we invested more than $22.5 million in over 1660 initiatives across 744 communities.

  

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Nourishing children's potential

What is the key to a productive, active and positive day? Why, a healthy breakfast of course!

TC Energy has partnered with the Breakfast Club of Canada since 2014 to help provide students across Canada with nutritional meals to help fuel their days and energize their minds.

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Apply for Funding

Make a positive impact in your community. Apply for funding and help meet your community's local needs and goals. We support local and regional organizations and projects near our operations that focus on:

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25,000+

volunteer hours logged in 2018

$22.5 million

donated to more than 1,600 non-profit organizations in 2018

$2.7 million+

in employee and matched company donations

1000s

of meetings with municipal representatives, emergency responders and community members