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Tidewater Midstream and Infrastructure Ltd.

Indigenous Relations

Building and maintaining strong relationships and learning from Indigenous communities is essential to our long-term success and to the protection of the land, air and water. We engage with over 25 Indigenous communities in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.

Our approach to Indigenous relations and engagement was shaped by Indigenous leaders and elders and incorporated our corporate philosophy of keeping our word and being good people. We aim to work together with Indigenous communities to proactively identify any potential impacts of our activities on the community and to develop mutually acceptable solutions and benefits, including jobs, training programs and community initiatives. With the support of our First Nations Advisor, we engage Indigenous communities while communicating regularly in person and, in many cases, in their first language.

Tidewater also supports the BEAHR Indigenous Training Program, which helps First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities to develop local environmental champions and overcome barriers in environmentally focused fields. Each course delivers experiential group-based vocational training that provide requisite technical, cultural, safety and soft-skills required to secure meaningful employment in the sector.