Working with Landowners
Building and managing relationships with landowners across North America is critical to our success. That’s why we’ve developed a set of principles to ensure our interactions with landowners are conducted in a positive and consistent manner.
TransCanada is committed to respecting your land throughout the entire lifecycle of the project, from development of the project and into operations.
In all interactions with landowners we are committed to being:
We recognize the importance and value of developing and maintaining relationships with landowners that are based on respect and trust. We seek to understand, document and resolve landowner concerns through collaborative and mutually beneficial means.
We engage landowners early and often. Engaging means listening, providing accurate information and responding to questions in a prompt and consistent manner. We use honest and transparent business practices to build strong relationships.
Our goal is to develop mutually beneficial relationships that are fair and reasonable, balancing landowner concerns and perspectives with business needs.
We fulfill our commitments and take ownership for our actions. We carry out our business activities in compliance with our corporate policies and applicable laws and regulations.
We conduct ourselves in a professional and courteous manner, remaining open and frank and taking concerns seriously.
We recognize that land records are an important asset that must be carefully managed. We use best practices with respect to records management and the protection of private information.
We look forward to continuing our engagement with you and encourage you to reach out to us should you have questions or require more information with respect to the Keystone XL project.
Landowner Enquiries (U.S.)
Landowner Enquiries (Canada)