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Indigenous Relations

Integral Energy promotes a cross-cultural workplace and supports the involvement of Indigenous in our business and community. Integral Energy collaborates with Indigenous programs in our community and provides employment, training, and subcontractor opportunities to qualified candidates whenever possible.

Integral Energy Services is proud to be in partnership with Fort McMurray First Nation Group of Companies (FMFN) - formerly known as CRE - Christina River Enterprise, a wholly owned Fort McMurray #468 First Nation enterprise.

The new partnership company will be named, FMFN Group - Integral Energy Services Ltd. This will be a company owned 51% by FMFN Group and 49% by Integral. This partnership will allow our clients the same best in class electrical and instrumentation services and quality they have come to rely on, with the benefit of being partnered with a best in class Indigenously owned enterprise. This partnership also enables us to provide not only Electrical and Instrumentation services but a suite of partnered services under the FMFN Group umbrella such as safety, civil, mechanical, pipeline services, janitorial, lodging, insulation and scaffolding etc. Within the partnership, there are commitments to provide scholarships, and employee opportunities, as well as subcontracting opportunities for other FMFN Group related companies.

The partnership will be managed by the same Integral team responsible for the past 16 years of service and will not change in any way our unparalleled level of safety, services, estimating or project management we have developed for and with our clients.

Integral also utilizes Indigenous subcontractors whenever possible. Integral estimates that the value of the content of direct-hire local Indigenous persons of the total amount of the proposed prices is 5%, and the value of the content of Indigenous Businesses of the total amount of the proposed prices is 51%.

In July 2020, Integral Energy Services Ltd. (Integral) announced the joint venture partnership with the Gitxaala Nation for the opportunity to work together at the Canada LNG project in Kitimat, BC. The partnership will contribute greatly to the economic growth of this community through long term career opportunities in which Integral will help with any processes to expedite employment for the nation. The local businesses of Gitxaala will also be given opportunities to support the work throughout this partnership whenever possible.

Integral Energy is also a member of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB).