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TransCanada Pipelines has donated $6,660 to the Hamiota Collegiate Institute and elementary schools to help support future education for all students in the Hamiota and surrounding area.
TransCanada representatives Terry Moore and Mark Oliphant, who have been working on the construction of the nearby Crandall Pump Station Facilities on the Keystone Pipeline, presented the donation on behalf of TransCanada to principal Jon Zilkey Nov. 24.
Community relations are part of the TransCanada tradition. Through community meetings and outreach endeavours such as this donation, TransCanada has been able to engage and maintain good relations with thousands of landowners and hundreds of communities affected by the construction and operation of the Keystone Pipeline.
TransCanada's Keystone Pipeline extends more than 3,400 kilometres from Hardisty, Alberta to the U.S. Midwest markets, and is expected to be one of the largest oil pipeline delivery systems in North America with the capacity to deliver 1.1 million barrels of crude oil per day.