TransAlta has been a fixture in the Lake Wabamun community for generations and is the largest employer in Parkland County and the surrounding area. More than 1,300 TransAlta employees call this area home, and our facilities support countless small businesses and organizations in the region.
Check here regularly for the latest TransAlta news and events that impact this community and the surrounding area.
Three high school students had the opportunity to test drive potential future careers this summer at Coal and Mining. TransAlta partners with Careers: The Next Generation, and the Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP), to employ summer students and...
Student study and research Land reclamation is an essential part of the mining process and one that TransAlta takes seriously. By restoring the land to similar pre-mining conditions, a boreal forest ecosystem will be able to sustain future life. Erika...
TransAlta has no shortage of employees who spend their free time volunteering in their communities and last week was no exception. As the wildfires raged near TransAlta’s Alberta Coal and Mining operations near Duffield, Alberta, a group of employees lent...
In this region, TransAlta supports …
- TransAlta Tri Leisure Centre
- Skills Canada Alberta
- United Way of the Alberta Capital Region
… and other organizations