School of Alberta Ballet
Enbridge is pleased to help provide an exciting opportunity for young dancers. Our funding gives Professional Graduate program students in the School of Alberta Ballet the opportunity to work with dancers in the Alberta Ballet.
MacKenzie Urban Outreach Program
When art educator Wendy Winter talks about the MacKenzie Urban Outreach Program she talks about the power of art to change lives and open doors, especially for Aboriginal youth in the Regina’s inner-city communities.
Greenwich Windfarm Grand Opening
Located on the northern shore of Lake Superior, the 99-megawatt (MW) Greenwich Windfarm will generate enough clean electricity to meet the needs of about 34,000 households, displacing about 107,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions annually. It is the first wind power facility to be wholly located on Crown land in Ontario.
playRites Festival of New Canadian Plays
Every February for the last 26 years, the Enbridge playRites Festival of New Canadian Plays has been centre stage for Canada’s emerging and most celebrated playwrights to unveil their newest plays.
Enbridge’s investments in renewable, alternative and emerging energy projects make up the fastest-growing segment of our business.
The individuals who receive the Enbridge Indigenous Language Leadership Award are committed to indigenous language education.
Walpole Island Trust
Enbridge’s donation to the Walpole Island Land Trust will help it conserve the natural habitat of a 171-acre wetland marsh.
Ride To Conquer Cancer
The 2011 Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer raised nearly $44 million to support cancer research.
Mother Earth's Children's Charter School
Enbridge’s donation will enable the Mother Earth’s Children’s Charter School to buy the building they are currently renting.
Eco-Kids on Campus
Through Eco-Kids on Campus, Winnipeg’s inner city children get the chance to learn about science at the University of Winnipeg.
Enbridge Centre for Corporate Sustainability
The Enbridge Centre for Corporate Sustainability will lead in developing and disseminating knowledge about triple bottom line corporate practices.
Remembering the Past, Celebrating the Present
On January 20, 2012, the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne (MCA) held a ceremony recognizing a land use agreement signed by the MCA and Niagara Gas Transmission Ltd (NGTL) in 2009.
Energy 4 Everyone
In June 2011, nine Enbridge employees joined e4e and Light Up the World, installing 12 solar systems and impacting the lives of close to 60 people in the Talamenca Indigenous reserve in Costa Rica.
A River Returns to Its People
Following Enbridge's 2010 Marshall, Michigan spill, the U.S. EPA and Michigan Department of Environmental Quality closed sections of the Kalamazoo River. On June 21, 2012, the river was returned to its people.
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