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Journey towards reconciliation

Our commitment

to building a strong shared future

For more than 40 years, we have actively participated in the evolution of the relationship between Indigenous communities and industry. In that time, we have learned a great deal from the relationships we have built and the conversations we have had. We are so grateful to the Indigenous communities and their leaders who have been generous with their time, open with their perspectives and respectful when these perspectives differ.

We recognize that we must do our part in advancing reconciliation between Indigenous Peoples and non-Indigenous people to support the growth of resilient Indigenous communities and the development a strong shared future. It is a journey requiring a thoughtful approach, long-term commitment and openness to listen and learn.

In our 2021 Reconciliation Action Plan, we outlined our commitment and need to build better relationships and strengthen partnerships with Indigenous Peoples. Six measurable goals were included in the plan of action to help advance reconciliation, both internally and in the communities where we operate.

A year after publishing our Reconciliation Action Plan, we continue to listen and learn and have made progress on our goals. The Reconciliation Action Plan Update provides transparency on progress and reflection on what we have learned since the release of the inaugural report.

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Embedded in the lands on which we operate are the histories, cultures and traditions of Indigenous groups across North America.

We thank the original stewards of these lands – generations past, present and future – for sharing these homelands with us.


Creating enduring relationships and securing economic opportunities for Indigenous communities are part of the reconciliation that must occur between the Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples of North America.”

François Poirier
President and CEO



Creating enduring relationships and securing economic opportunities for Indigenous communities are part of the reconciliation that must occur between the Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples of North America.”

François Poirier
President and CEO



Creating enduring relationships and securing economic opportunities for Indigenous communities are part of the reconciliation that must occur between the Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples of North America.”

François Poirier
President and CEO


Our vision

for reconciliation

TC Energy’s vision is to be an industry leader in advancing reconciliation between Indigenous Peoples and non-Indigenous people.

By ensuring early and honest communication with our partners, and listening to understand priorities of Indigenous Peoples and businesses, together we will find alignment and pursue opportunities that help us continually build stronger, mutually beneficial relationships and partnerships.

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Progress in 2021-2022

Our plan in action

Our Reconciliation Action Plan includes six commitments. Our progress on each goal is outlined below; for full details, including stories and learnings about each goal, read the full report.

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Listening to feedback

We are committed to listening to feedback with an open mind. The feedback and interest we’ve received from Indigenous groups, partners, employees and the Indigenous Advisory Council is informing how we measure progress, identify other areas for improvement and shape new goals.

For more information on our current Indigenous engagement program, explore our webpages on our approach to Indigenous relations, project participation, people and contracting and community legacy.

Email us at Indigenous_Relations@TCEnergy.com, call us at 1-855-895-8754 or visit our Contact us page for more information.

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Reconciliation is a journey requiring a thoughtful approach
and long-term commitment.

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