At Enbridge, we place a high priority on the role we play in contributing to safety, vitality and sustainability of the people and communities with whom we engage.
Our investments are guided by dialogue with Indigenous groups and are focused on creating impactful and meaningful outcomes.
Since 2018, Enbridge has contributed nearly $12 million to Indigenous groups in North America. This investment has included over $500,000 for Indigenous language preservation, support of nearly 300 cultural events, and investments that support food security, safety, youth capacity building, habitat remediation and conservation, disaster relief, resiliency, environmental initiatives and supporting the energy transition.
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic we focused our energy and efforts on pandemic response, including providing $2.2 million in COVID-19 relief to more than 150 Indigenous groups located near our assets.
To learn more about our partnerships in action, such as support for the Elbow River Camp, transition to campus life, the Mahnomen and Waubun-Ogema-White Earth school districts in Minnesorta and the Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund, please visit our Indigenous engagement landing page.
One of our 2021 Indigenous summer students ready for a field visit.