Chief Willie Sellars shares his perspective on the Williams Lake First Nation's work with Enbridge, and how industry and First Nations can work to align interests and economic engagement.
This project achieved an unprecedented level of Indigenous engagement, inclusion and economic participation in Canada during its construction.
Chiefs and executives partake in interactive Line 3 project panel discussion
We regularly sponsor career development and employment readiness training for Indigenous communities.
Enbridge’s Line 3 replacement provided thousands of jobs for Indigenous workers; some are capitalizing on the opportunity to build a career
Alexander First Nation students are learning the basics of violin through three-year pilot program
With trailer in tow, Manitoba First Nations woman thrilled to hit the road as an inspector
We work with Indigenous communities and businesses so they can participate economically in our projects and operations.
Enbridge project points the way forward for Indigenous communities and resource companies
First graduate of Enbridge’s Indigenous Inspector-in-Training program to earn pipeline craft inspector certification
Enbridge signs on for three years as presenting sponsor for iconic Stampede attraction
Enbridge’s now-complete L3R Tribal Cultural Resources Survey the largest of its kind
Bemidji business offers a ‘second chance’ with high-tech manufacturing instruction and life skills
‘It’s great to see someone grow and excel in their new job when you're still working with them’