As a Progressive Aboriginal Relations (P.A.R.) committed member of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (C.C.A.B.), Allteck is honoured to be collaborating and partnering with First Nations on their traditional territories across Western Canada. We are actively working with more than 50 First Nation communities and have developed flexible partnership models to meet the needs of the First Nation governments and economic development corporations representing their communities. We are also assisting the development of Indigenous-owned businesses and entrepreneurial ventures which help in our day-to-day operations.
Allteck is proud to be a implementing partner for the “PLAY” program. The Promoting Life-skills in Aboriginal Youth (PLAY) program partners with more than 85 First Nations communities and urban Aboriginal organizations across Canada to deliver safe, fun and educational programming for Aboriginal children and youth.
Education, training and employment opportunities are the foundation of our Aboriginal initiatives. We have partnered with the Thompson Rivers University and through the Allteck Power Bursary Fund, we prepare students for a career in power line maintenance and operations by providing both classroom and hands-on training. We are proud to have enrolled candidates from Indigenous communities across BC.
To read more about our Indigenous Relations policy, please click here: Allteck Aboriginal Relations Policy (May 2017)
Allteck’s Aboriginal Advancement initiatives are led by Mr. Dean Montgomery who has spent his career working towards the improvement of Indigenous communities through economic development. If you have any questions or comments please contact Mr. Montgomery, Corporate Strategy Advisor for Aboriginal Advancement at firstname.lastname@example.org