1. TransCanada Corporation is proud to support the Texas 4-H Club with a $200,000 donation for a four-year period to cover the Texas 4-H Congress and One Day 4-H.

    TransCanada Senior V.P. & General Manager, U.S. Pipelines, Lee Hobbs describes our commitment to the communities where we live, work and operate. "At TransCanada we're always very proud and pleased to be able to help the communities in which we live and we operate. And I think also the ability to help youth and in this case I think were actually combining helping the youth with helping the community and I think it's a win all around for everybody involved."

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  2. We are in 32 States, Canada and Mexico and over 500 strong in Houston. We are proud supporters of our communities. We are investing in natural gas, oil pipelines and power generation to keep the lights on and homes cool. We are helping to secure America's Energy Future. We are TransCanada.

    What powers your light switch? Millions of people across North American working in the energy industry.

    TransCanada's Lee Hobbs, Senior VP & GM of U.S. Pipelines, says: "It's a complicated world in which we live in, making sure that everyody gets the energy they need. Whether thats from natural gas, or from oil or from wind, from hydro or from solar, and we need all sorts of forms energy in order for us to be able to continue our lifestyles the way we do today."

    TransCanada employs some 1,600 people in the United States, 500 of those in Houston. TransCanada creates enough electricity to power 11 million homes and provides the pipeline to bring oil and natural gas to consumers.

    Safety is the No.-1 priority.

    Learn more about TransCanada's safety measures, pipeline integrity and TransCanada's efforts to ensure we are building the safest pipelines.

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  3. Circle of Prosperity. Aboriginal entrepreneurs are on the rise. Their numbers are growing at five times the national rate in Canada. So how do we connect? The Industry Council for Aboriginal Business (ICAB) and TransCanada have found a way.

    Claire Marshall, TransCanada's Director of B.C. Aboriginal Relations and Brenda Ireland, Executive Director, ICAB, discuss the partnership between the ICAB and TransCanada.

    The partnership has resulted in the launch of the B.C. Aboriginal Business Association (BCABA) Marketplace — a one-stop online resource providing Aboriginal businesses with innovative support services and access to industry business opportunities.

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  4. TransCanada is a proud sponsor of Energy Day in Houston, Texas, present by the Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA).

    This year, our third year sponsoring the event, we welcomed visitors in Houston to learn more about the energy we provide.

    "It is a free, family oriented fun-filled festival that celebrates energy in our everyday lives," says Gary Charette, TransCanada's VP Commercial Operations, U.S. Pipelines.

    There are a wide range of energy exhibits at the annual event that target local youth, middle and high-school students and encourage these young adults to consider a career in the field of science and engineering through hands-on learning about what we do.

    TransCanada is invested in natural gas, oil pipelines and power generation to keep the lights on and homes cool. We are helping to secure America's Energy Future.

    What powers your light switch? Millions of people across North American working in the energy industry.

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  5. TransCanada employees, family and friends participated in the recent JDRF 2013 Walk to Cure Diabetes in Houston, Texas.

    The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation event drew more than 15,000 walkers and as a chief sponsor, TransCanada was out front and center leading the fight against the disease.

    According to the American Diabetes Association, there are 25.8 million people in the U.S., or 8.3 percent of the population who have the disease. It also affects more than three million Canadians.

    Diabetes is the leading cause of kidney failure, non-traumatic lower limb amputations, and new cases of blindness among adults in the U.S.

    It is also a major cause of heart disease and stroke, and is the seventh leading cause of death.

    So far, the TransCanada team has raised more than $45,000 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. TransCanada will match the fundraising total up to $15,000 through the company's Empower program.

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Giving back to communities has been part of TransCanada's culture for more than 60 years. At TransCanada we believe in making a positive difference where we live and work.

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Giving back to communities has been part of TransCanada's culture for more than 60 years. At TransCanada we believe in making a positive difference where we live and work.

TransCanada demonstrates our commitment to being a good neighbour, a dependable and trusted community partner and an employer of choice. Whether it’s partnering with community groups or employee engagement and giving, we are leading the way to build vibrant communities.

Our commitment to building strong communities aligns with our corporate values of integrity, collaboration, responsibility and innovation.

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