TC Energy will be holding its 2023 annual meeting via a virtual-only format, using a live webcast with video and audio available online:
The virtual meeting format will provide all shareholders and duly appointed proxyholders an equal opportunity to participate at the meeting regardless of their geographic location or particular constraints or circumstances they may be facing. It is also a more cost-efficient and environmentally friendly way to engage with shareholders. At this virtual meeting, shareholders who attend online will have the opportunity to participate, ask questions and vote in real-time, provided they comply with the applicable procedures set out in the Management information circular.
For shareholders and duly appointed proxyholders, we continue to encourage voting and submitting questions in advance.
Additional information on how to access the online meeting can be found in the Q&A below, or in our 2023 Management information circular.
Registered shareholders and duly appointed proxyholders will be able to attend and ask questions at the virtual meeting.
Registered shareholders and duly appointed proxyholders can also vote in real-time at the virtual meeting by completing a ballot online during the virtual meeting, provided that they complete the instructions outlined in this Q&A and our circular.
Guests and non-registered or beneficial shareholders who have not appointed themselves as a proxyholder will be able to listen to the meeting but will not be able to ask questions or vote.
Login at: https://web.lumiagm.com/428631402
Password: “tc2023” (case sensitive)
This link will open at 1:00 PM MDT on May 2, 2023.
Registered shareholders – If you hold your shares directly and have a share certificate or DRS Advice in your name, you may attend the meeting by following the instructions below on the day of the meeting:
Non-registered shareholders – If you hold your shares beneficially through a broker, nominee or intermediary, you may attend the meeting by completing the following two steps by April 27, 2023:
On the day of the meeting:
Please note that non-registered shareholders must complete steps 1 by April 27, 2023 and step 2 by 2:00 PM MDT on April 28 in order to be able to vote at the meeting as a duly appointed proxyholder. In some cases, your intermediary may send you additional documentation that must also be completed in order for you to vote. If you do not complete these steps by the deadlines noted above, you may still attend the meeting as a guest.
Guests – If you are not a registered shareholder or a duly appointed proxyholder or if you are a non-registered shareholder and you have not appointed yourself as a proxyholder, you can still attend the meeting and listen by following the instructions below on the day of the meeting:
Registered shareholders – The 15-digit control number is located on the form of proxy or in the email notification you received from Computershare.
Duly appointed proxyholders – Computershare will provide the proxyholder with a 15-digit control number by email after the voting deadline has passed and the proxyholder has been duly appointed and registered as outlined in “How do I participate in the virtual meeting?” above.
Whether or not shareholders plan to attend the virtual meeting, they may still vote by submitting their proxy in advance of the meeting by one of the methods described in the circular and proxy materials previously distributed for the meeting. Please refer to the Voting section of the circular, beginning on page 10, for additional details on how to vote by proxy before the meeting and the matters to be voted upon.
During the meeting, you will have the opportunity to ask questions about TC Energy and the items of business that are being presented to shareholders.
Our CEO will speak after the formal business is concluded. He will respond to general questions after his presentation.
Only the following attendees will be able to submit questions:
Guests will not be able to submit questions during the meeting.
To ask a question during the question and answer session, type your question into the chat function. Instructions on how to ask questions will also be provided during the meeting. Questions asked at the meeting will not be curated and will be answered in the order received for each item of business or, if the question is more general in nature, will be answered by the CEO following his presentation.
We encourage you to submit your questions in advance of the meeting to Investor Relations by emailing email@example.com.
Following the meeting, a webcast in English, including the question and answer session, will be available for viewing on our website (www.tcenergy.com).
All meeting participants must use the latest versions of Chrome, Safari, Microsoft Edge, or Firefox. We recommend that you log in at least 30-60 minutes before the meeting starts as this will allow you to check compatibility and complete the related procedures required to log in to the meeting.
If you participate in the virtual meeting, it is important that you are connected to the internet at all times during the meeting. It is your responsibility to ensure connectivity for the duration of the virtual meeting. You should allow ample time to log into the virtual meeting and complete the below procedure.
If you experience technical difficulties logging into the meeting or during the meeting, please contact 403-920-2050 for assistance.