Indigenous Relations

Lafarge Canada is driven to: 
Work constructively with Indigenous communities for better engagement, strive toward building effective, long-term and mutually beneficial relationships, and actively provide education and awareness training to our employees in all levels of our operations.

 
Exshaw Plant fights COVID with Stoney Nakoda radio station

Exshaw Plant fights COVID with Stoney Nakoda radio station

As part of Lafarge’s community outreach program during the pandemic, the Exshaw Plant engaged with the Stoney Nakoda First Nation radio station, Rider Communications, at CFIR 88.5 based in Morley, Alberta.

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Whitefish River Terminal celebrates 45th Accident/Incident Free Year

Whitefish River Terminal celebrates 45th Accident/Incident Free Year

Together with the Whitefish River First Nation, Lafarge’s terminal team celebrated their 45th year of operations without any accidents or incidents. The community gathered for their annual fish fry with a traditional smudging ceremony.

 

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Leadership Statement

Lafarge recognizes the diversity and unique history of Indigenous Peoples who live where we work and operate in Canada. Lafarge acknowledges the importance of reconciliation among Canadian governments, Indigenous Peoples and broader Canadian society. Building positive relationships with Indigenous Peoples, based on mutual respect and focused on achieving common goals, will create constructive outcomes for Indigenous communities and for Lafarge.

 

- Lafarge Canada Leadership Team

 
 

Lafarge Canada Indigenous Peoples Policy

Lafarge Canada's Indigenous Peoples Policy (pdf, 6.91 MB)

 

Lafarge Canada is a proud member of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, working to promote, strengthen and enhance our business relationships and opportunities with Canadian First Nations.