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TransCanada tiendra son assemblée générale annuelle des actionnaires et annoncera ses résultats financiers du premier trimestre 2017 le 5 mai

CALGARY, ALBERTA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/20/17 -- Communiqué de presse - TransCanada Corporation (TSX:TRP)(NYSE:TRP) ("TransCanada") tiendra son assemblée générale annuelle 2017 le vendredi 5 mai prochain, à 10 h (HAR) / 12 h (HAE), au Markin MacPhail Centre du Parc olympique du Canada, à Calgary.

Une diffusion en direct de la réunion annuelle sera disponible sur le site Web www.transcanada.com. Elle sera également archivée et disponible pour écoute ultérieure.

Les membres des médias qui souhaitent assister à la réunion en personne sont invités à s'inscrire avant le vendredi 28 avril en appelant la ligne des médias de TransCanada au 1 800 608-7859.

Les résultats financiers du premier trimestre 2017 seront également annoncés le 5 mai prochain. Russ Girling, président et chef de la direction de TransCanada, Don Marchand, premier vice-président et directeur financier, ainsi que plusieurs autres membres de l'équipe de la haute direction tiendront une téléconférence et une webémission afin de passer en revue les résultats financiers et l'évolution de l'entreprise à 12 h 30 (HAR) / 14 h 30 (HAE).

Les membres de la communauté financière et autres parties intéressées sont invités à participer en composant le 800 273-9672 ou le 416 340-2218 (région de Toronto). Veuillez appeler dix minutes avant le début de la téléconférence. Aucun code d'accès n'est nécessaire. Une diffusion de la téléconférence en direct sur le Web sera disponible sur le site www.transcanada.com.

Une rediffusion de la téléconférence sera disponible deux heures après la fin de l'appel, et ce, jusqu'au 12 mai 2017 à minuit (HAE). Veuillez composer le 800 408-3053 ou le 905 694-9451 (région de Toronto) et saisir le code d'accès 8663009.

Forte de plus de 65 années d'expérience, la société TransCanada est l'un des chefs de file dans les secteurs du développement responsable et de l'exploitation fiable d'infrastructures énergétiques en Amérique du Nord, incluant des gazoducs et des oléoducs, ainsi que des installations de production d'énergie électrique et de stockage de gaz. TransCanada exploite un réseau de gazoducs qui s'étend sur plus de 91 500 kilomètres (56 900 miles), exploitant presque tous les grands bassins d'approvisionnement gazier d'Amérique du Nord. TransCanada est le plus important fournisseur de services de stockage de gaz et de services connexes du continent avec une capacité de stockage de gaz de 18,4 milliards de mètres cubes (653 milliards de pieds cubes). Grande productrice d'électricité indépendante, la société TransCanada possède plus de 10 100 mégawatts de production d'énergie au Canada et aux Etats-Unis, ou en détient une participation. TransCanada est également le promoteur et l'exploitant de l'un des principaux réseaux de transport par pipeline acheminant des liquides en Amérique du Nord, d'une longueur de 4 300 kilomètres (2 700 miles), reliant les sources croissantes d'approvisionnement en pétrole et liquides du continent aux marchés et raffineries clés. Les actions ordinaires de TransCanada se négocient sous le symbole TRP aux bourses de Toronto et de New York. Consultez le site TransCanada.com et notre blogue pour en savoir davantage ou suivez-nous sur les réseaux sociaux et sur 3BL Media.

Personnes-ressources auprès des médias :
Mark Cooper / James Millar
403 920-7859 ou 800 608-7859

Personnes-ressources de TransCanada
auprès des analystes et investisseurs :
David Moneta / Stuart Kampel
403 920-7911 ou 800 361-6522

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