Fraud Alert

TransCanada is aware that some job seekers have received false recruitment offers from individuals or organizations posing as TransCanada, its subsidiaries or organizations that TransCanada entrusts with recruitment efforts. Please keep in mind these important tips that distinguish legitimate TransCanada recruitment practices and offers from illegitimate ones:

  • On occasion, TransCanada will accept resumes from approved third-party vendors for career opportunities posted on our career website,
  • TransCanada does not require payment from anyone seeking employment at any time during the recruitment and/or selection process.
  • TransCanada does not make early requests for personal information, including passport information. Passport details are rarely requested and may only be requested to verify a candidate's eligibility to work in Canada if a work or student permit has already been obtained.
  • Formal offers of employment are only made once the recruitment and selection process is complete.
  • Legitimate emails from TransCanada end in Illegitimate emails may come from email addresses that are similar.

If you’re concerned you’ve been contacted by a fraudulent individual or organization posing as TransCanada or its recruitment partners, or are unsure about an offer of employment, please forward the details to (Note: resumes sent to this email address will not be considered; please apply directly to our current career opportunities at Alternatively you may send details of suspicious recruitment activity to your local authorities for appropriate action.

To learn more about common Internet and email scams, please refer to the following websites: