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FIRST NATIONS

Radium recognizes the Indigenous community's inherent role in our history and the important role they play in our past, present & future. Our mission is to work together with these communities and strengthen individuals. We encourage individuals to take hold of our many opportunities, including apprenticeship programs. Understanding the integral importance of honouring the First Nations' cultural heritage and values is vital. This is why we invigorate individuals to better themselves, providing the necessary opportunities to exceed their expectations and push their limits. The only way forward is together.

Native Drums

Radium believes that our relationship with the Indigenous communities we work with is more than just a percentage on a contract. At Radium we have a strong belief in empowering the local Indigenous communities, because the communities are an untapped resource that includes skill and creativity, as well as being an integral part of our national framework. Such empowerment includes but is not limited to, community outreach programs, trade skill advancement, and helping Indigenous communities to effectively manage their own business ventures in the oil and gas industry. We have several other communities we are working on closing at this time. Radium has been able to work effectively with these communities on many of our projects bringing them sustainable employment and business opportunities.

Radium strives to further our relationship with the various First Nations in Western Canada. By doing this, we plan on continuing to have critical conversations on important issues and providing solutions to ensure long-term relationships with the Indigenous Peoples of Western Canada.

First Nation Partnerships:

First Nation Relationships:

Alberta

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Saskatchewan

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British Columbia

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