The Foundation of How We Do Business
Friends, customers, partners, neighbours, colleagues, and suppliers – our relationships with Indigenous peoples around the world are diverse. Whatever the relationship, our Indigenous peoples partners can count on us for respect, transparency and trust.
In fact, building and sustaining these relationships has become a hallmark of our business. We have more than 50 joint-venture partnerships, memorandums of understanding and other partnerships with Indigenous communities – some that have lasted decades.
But we’re never content with the status quo, and we continue to pioneer new, collaborative models for Indigenous peoples partnerships around the world.
Whether you’re doing business in the High Arctic or in the heart of the Prairies, you can rely on our support, with our range of products and services, in collaboration with our Indigenous partners.
We’ve partnered with Northern Aboriginal Services Company to operate and maintain 157 NorthwesTel microwave sites in the Northwest Territories, northern British Columbia, Nunavut and the Yukon.
Along with our partner, Denendeh Investments Inc., we own Northland Utilities, providing power to more than 11,000 customers in the Northwest Territories.
We’ve partnered with the Nunavut Petroleum Corporation to operate the bulk fuel storage facility and pipeline distribution system in Iqaluit, Nunavut.
Our Sustainability Report
Learn more about our Indigenous relations efforts in our 2021 Sustainability Report.