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7 “My main focus is Indigenous prosperity. As Director of Indigenous Relations for Western Canada, I have the privilege of connecting with communities I care deeply about. There’s a shared prosperity when we work together. We recognize the lands that we work on are of the Indigenous people. When we respect the lands and our relationships, we create opportunities to nurture Indigenous talent and entrepreneurship.” Jonathan Kruger, Director of Indigenous Relations, Western Canada, Proud member of the Penticton Indian Band, Okanagan Nation “Since the mid-1980s, we have built multiple Indigenous partnerships in Canada’s North. I am especially proud of our long-standing relationship with the Mistissini Cree Nation (Eskan) in Northern Quebec. We began our collaboration at the Troilus Mine in Chibougamau. Since then, we have executed more than eight other contracts together.” Réjean Gosselin, Director of Indigenous Relations, Eastern Canada Our Indigenous Partners: Fox Lake Cree Nation Mistissini Ekuanitshit York Factory First Nation Nelson House First Nation Natashquan Mikisew Tahltan Uashat Mak Mani Utenam Masteuiash Matimekush - Lac John Pakua Shipu Unamen Shipu Selkirk First Nation McLeod Lake Indian Band Lee-Bo Enterprise (Haisla Territory) “Sodexo Canada has been a partner with Tahltan Nation Development Corporation since 2002, providing complete camp management through Spatsizi Remote Services. Our business relationships have formed long lasting personal friendships.” Ivor MacGregor, Vice President North American Operations, Sodexo Energy & Resources A BETTER TOMORROW MEANS STRONGER INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES


Sodexo Year In Review 2017
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