CALGARY – TransCanada confirmed layoff rumors Thursday, but hasn’t said yet how many people will be let go.
The Calgary-based company says employees, management and contractors will be advised of any job losses or changes by the end of the month.
“It will be up to the leadership teams to determine the appropriate resources and workforce needed for their business units,” said TransCanada in a statement.
Obama formally rejected the TransCanada application Nov. 6, ending seven years of debate over the controversial project.
“Falling oil prices and the current environment are having a profound impact on our customers and we must do all we can to drive down costs and pursue our projects more efficiently and strategically,” said a company spokesperson.
With files from Tomasia DaSilva