At Blackstone Pipeline and Environmental Solutions, we believe in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 calls to Action and are acting on our corporate responsibilities. Through meaningful engagement and building respectful relationships we can move forward together.

It is our intention to actively promote Indigenous strength, unity and business opportunity through our Indigenous Inclusion Plan, including the promotion and public relations of Indigenous businesses and though our guiding principle of Community Involvement.

The aim of Community Involvement is to strengthen relationships between us by embracing and enhancing the needs of opportunity, unity, and education.  We believe that through active participation we will become better people, and by building respectful relationships with all people in our communities we can be a force for positive change.

While we are a small business, we believe in giving back to the community with our time, spirit, and resources.  This can take many forms, including participating in industry events, training opportunities, and sponsorship for community activities.  We look forward to engaging with our partners as we learn more about these opportunities and how best to engage.