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TransCanada’s Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project and Coastal GasLink Pipeline Project are pleased to announce a $250,000 partnership with the Tribal Resources Investment Corporation (TRICORP) to offer skills development and training for Aboriginal people in northwestern B.C. through TransCanada’s Pathway to Pipeline Readiness program. Since August of 2014, TransCanada has spent over $1 million on skills training initiatives in northern BC, supporting local colleges and Aboriginal training organizations.
TransCanada is sponsoring the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge, set to open in Dawson Creek and Fort St. John, B.C. Oct. 30 to Nov. 7. The announcement and unveiling of the tournament schedule were made in Dawson Creek Sept. 8.
At TransCanada, we know that we don’t have all the answers, and others can provide us with important perspectives to help make projects like Coastal GasLink even better. We hear and work to understand the concerns of communities along the route, and ensure we have local involvement in the field work we do, so we have the best available information about the land. We are especially mindful, thoughtful and conscious about the land we are working on, and treat it with great care and respect.