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INDIGENOUS RELATIONS

Triton has a record of working with Indigenous communities and consistently provides employment and training of Indigenous environmental specialists with over two million employment hours provided to Indigenous individuals.

Triton is committed to integrating Indigenous people into our projects. We recognize and respect the value of our local Indigenous team members, given their incredible knowledge and understanding of their traditional territories. Click here to learn more about our commitment in a featured article in Saskatchewan magazine, Industry West.

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Fraser Windsor has worked for Triton for over 10 years, click to learn more.

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Derrick Robinson has worked for Triton for over 10 years, click to learn more.

Our 30 year history of working with Indigenous people and communities has resulted in many formal business relationships including the following:

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Limited Partnership with Metlakatla Development Corporation. Visit the website here.

Limited Liability Partnership with Simpcw Resources Ltd. Visit the website here.

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Limited Partnership with Gingolx Enterprises Ltd., the economic development arm of the Nisga’a Village of Gingolx

Limited Partnership with the Haisla Nation

Triton has close working relationships with numerous other Indigenous people and communities throughout western Canada and is in the process of forming more relationships. For more information, please contact Paul Harrison (Partnerships Manager) or Karen Baylis (Director of Indigenous Relations).

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Triton is a member of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) and designated "Committed" under their Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) program and an Aboriginal Procurement Champion. PAR is a management and reporting program that supports progressive improvement in Indigenous Relations and confirms corporate performance in Indigenous Relations at the Bronze, Silver or Gold level. Triton is actively seeking certification and in doing so is continuously building and improving policies and procedures at a corporate level. This approach maximizes inclusion in resource development, thereby building sustainable capacity for the Indigenous communities we work with. The program and the verification process acknowledge that strong relationships are key to sustainability and progressive improvement in Indigenous Relations.