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IN THE COMMUNITY

As a company, Triton supports several charitable organizations and provides sponsorship in various forms.

Working and living in a number of western Canada communities, we aim to support a variety of local organizations and community initiatives. Each of our locations gets involved at the office level with various projects in and for the community. Many of our team members also contribute to their communities as individuals by doing everything from coaching sports teams, participating in charitable events, to volunteering with community organizations.

Community Highlights:

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Buntzen Lake Trail Cleanup

In May 2022, a number of Vancouver staff and family members participated in cleaning up the Buntzen Lake area. The team completed a sweep of the trail and the beach.

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Salt Marsh Restoration and Opening

During 2022, Khtada was involved in planting eelgrass and environmental monitoring in Seal Cove, located in Prince Rupert. This work contributed to a successful grand opening of the salt marsh with staff provided tours.

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Bow River Pathway Cleanup

In September 2021, a number of Calgary staff participated in the Pathways Cleanup initiative. The staff worked to clean up the south bank of the Bow River.

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Swiftwater Rescue Course

In June 2021, Triton staff completed swift water rescue courses in Terrace, Smithers, and Calgary.

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North Coast Live Dive

In April 2021, Triton partnered with the North Coast Ecology Centre Society to stream a virtual dive and teach Prince Rupert students about local marine life. Learn more here.

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Green Marine Partnership

Green Marine is an environmental certification program for the North American marine industry. Partners, such as Triton and Khtada, are suppliers of services, products, and technology that offer environmental advantages and opportunities to help Green Marine participants improve their environmental performance.