Imperial and ExxonMobil Canada, in association with its employees and retirees, raised almost $4.2 million for United Way-Centraide in 2016 and volunteered more than 5,900 hours for Days of Caring projects.
To celebrate Canada’s sesquicentennial, an estimated $6 million in artworks and art sale proceeds will be donated to Canadian museums and galleries. The artwork donations include pieces by Group of Seven artist Lawren Harris gifted to the National Gallery in Ottawa and the Glenbow Museum in Calgary.
Developing strong 21st Century learning skills at the Chief Albert Wright School is “vital” says Principal Lorraine Kuer for students in this remote area of the North West Territories to succeed later in the workplace and in post-secondary education.
The tiny northern Alberta community of Fort Chipewyan, accessible only by air or a winter ice road, celebrated the grand opening of Kahkiyow Keykanow, the community’s first long-term elder care facility, in 2015.
“As people in our community know, trades and technology make for rewarding careers with substantial opportunity for growth in the energy industry,” says Paul Leonard, former Operations Manager at Imperial’s Cold Lake, AB operation.