indigenous partnerships

partnering with communities to deliver high-impact programs

 Graduates from the Women Building Futures program

Chevron Canada is committed to partnering with Indigenous communities where we operate to build an understanding of each other's aspirations and concerns. Together, we work to identify opportunities for investment and collaboration. Accordingly, we have a range of programs designed to focus on health and wellness, culture, education, heritage protection and economic development.

cultural programing

Chevron supports activities and events that celebrate Indigenous culture and heritage including Jamborees, Pow Wows, and Treaty Day celebrations in our areas of operation.

We were also proud to support a Traditional Land Use study at Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation to help preserve the written and oral history of the Nation’s deep connection to their lands.

health

local leadership development through sport

We have been proud to partner with Spirit North since 2017 to connect Indigenous youth to sport, play, the outdoors and the land. Through these connections, children are empowered to learn, grow, thrive and eventually contribute to the health, strength and vibrancy of their communities.

During the 2019-2020 season, Spirit North supported and delivered land-based, sport and play programs to more than 6,300 Indigenous children and youth, in 62 communities across Canada.

regional support for health

We are helping to improve regional health care in Fox Creek and Whitecourt, Alberta by providing training opportunities for staff at regional health centres in both towns, as well as funds to purchase upgraded or specialized equipment to meet community health care needs.

Training support Emergency Nursing Pediatric Care, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention and Trauma Nurse Core Certification.

educational partnerships

We support teaching & learning in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Chevron has provided funding to the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation to support music, science and math programs. We have also partnered with the TELUS World of Science Edmonton, to deliver the “Science in Motion” program virtually to remote communities.

first nations, métis and inuit graduation ceremony - calgary catholic school district

Chevron has sponsored the Calgary Catholic School District’s First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) graduation ceremony since 2014. The graduation ceremony allows all First Nations, Métis and Inuit grade 12 graduating students, their families and the School District the opportunity to celebrate students’ success.

“Without Chevron Canada’s generous support, the annual First Nations, Metis and Inuit high school graduation would not be possible.”

Frank McClernon

Instructional Services Supervisor, Calgary Catholic School District

Indigenous leadership management program – banff centre

Chevron Canada has funded scholarships in leadership at the world-renowned Banff Centre for more than 36 years. Current support is focused on the Indigenous Leadership Management Program, which provides leaders with the skills and support network necessary to achieve positive change in their communities.

Women with climbing ropes at Banff Center

junior achievement Indigenous financial literacy program

Chevron Canada sponsors Junior Achievement of Southern Alberta's Indigenous Financial Literacy Programs, including "Our Business World", "Economics for Success" and the "High School Business Program" which help Indigenous youth improve their skills in money management, credit, savings, tax, and insurance.

northern rockies Indigenous women society (NRAWS)

Chevron Canada is proud to support NRAWS’ education and Indigenous women empowerment programs, which help strengthen families and communities and preserve and promote Indigenous culture, language and heritage.

Chevron’s funding supports cultural and social activities for elders, early childhood education and celebrations for Indigenous women. NRAWS serves the Fort Nelson, B.C. and surrounding communities.

women building futures

We are proud to support the work of Women Building Futures, which is helping to break down barriers for Indigenous women and prepare them for a future career in trades. The organization provides comprehensive support for women through the trades’ employment process, from readiness assessments through to on-the-job training.