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We are proud of the relationships we’ve built with 土著 groups and are committed to providing business, 就业 and training opportunities to the people on whose lands we operate.

Opportunities for 土著 groups

By partnering with 土著 businesses and community members, we contribute to the social and economic well-being of the communities where we do business. Our 土著 Relations Business Engagement team works with 土著 groups to identify businesses and individuals who are interested in project-related contracting opportunities. They also work to ensure our contractors are engaging meaningfully with 土著 businesses. In 2020, based on feedback from 土著 groups, we made significant improvements to our business engagement program aimed at helping position 土著 businesses for success.

We accept applications from contractors, suppliers and vendors looking to work with us. For more information on doing business with us, visit our Contractors, suppliers and vendors section.

Finding solutions for tomorrow’s energy challenges requires diverse viewpoints and experience. We recognize the unique perspectives 土著 employees bring to the work we do and are committed to providing 土著 voices with opportunities and equity in our teams and projects. Having top 土著 talent as a part of our team is key to helping us solve the world’s largest energy problems.  

Our 土著 scholarship program, investment into over 580 土著 partnerships and our 40-year history of engagement with 土著 groups represent our commitment to the communities we work in. Our 2022 Reconciliation Action Plan provides our roadmap to help build our strong shared future. We recognize the invaluable and critically important contributions that 土著 人s provide, both within our offices and along our footprint, and prioritize building and maintaining these positive relationships.   

In 1982, TC Energy spent an average yearly investment of $5 million in 土著 businesses.
To date, Coastal GasLink has awarded $1.2 billion of contract awards to local 土著 businesses affiliated with Coastal GasLink agreement-holding First Nations groups
In 2021, TC Energy and our Prime or General Contractors collectively reported more than $1.1 billion spent with 土著 and Native American businesses
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Honouring the past, celebrating the future

December 2019 marked the opening of Little Rock Lake Lodge, a workforce accommodation site built to house up to 600 women and men working on the Coastal GasLink Project in British Columbia, 加拿大. Located in Nadleh Whut’en territory, the lodge was established through a partnership with the Nation, Horizon North and Falcon Camp Services.



案例研究: Alexander First Nation


As long-term neighbours of our natural gas pipeline system in Alberta, the Alexander First Nation identified heavy equipment operator skills training as a priority to help their members obtain quality jobs in and around their community.

Skills training supported by TC Energy at Alexander First Nation is one of the ways our operations can generate direct and indirect economic benefits for the communities where we operate.


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