Canada’s upstream oil and natural gas industry has a long history of interaction with Indigenous peoples. Since its early initiatives, the industry has made great strides toward learning, developing relationships based on trust and respect, and working toward mutually beneficial resource development: benefits that include jobs, revenues for Indigenous governments, procurement opportunities and community investment.
Industry growth drives opportunity in Indigenous communities
Many Indigenous communities have built and continue to build a prosperous economic future by working with industry.
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