Aboriginal & Native American Relations

Aboriginal and Native American communities comprise some of Enbridge’s most important neighbours.

Aboriginal & Native American Relations
Aboriginal and Native American communities comprise some of Enbridge’s most important neighbours.

Enbridge recognizes the history, uniqueness and diversity of Aboriginal and Native American Peoples. Positive relationships with Aboriginal and Native American Peoples, based on mutual respect and trust will help them and the company to realize our respective aspirations and will help Enbridge to reach its strategic business objectives.

Enbridge’s relations with Aboriginal and Native American people are extensive. In Canada, for example, Enbridge’s rights-of-ways are located in proximity to approximately 60 First Nation Communities. As Enbridge’s network expands, the breadth and depth of these relationships will grow.

Enbridge is committed to respectful relations, early engagement, meaningful dialogue and forthright and sincere consultation with its Aboriginal neighbours in Canada and its Native American neighbours in the U.S.

Enbridge shares with them a high regard for the environment and for tradition and, as such, the company respects their land, heritage sites, and traditional knowledge and land use.

Click here to access our report covering the GRI Social Performance Indicators SO1: Aboriginal & Native American Relations.

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