Water management - minimizing the impacts of our water withdrawals, consumption and discharges in our operations - is a key environmental focus for Imperial. But we also recognize the importance of healthy water systems everywhere – not only those impacted by energy development.
Sharing a smile with a young student over toast and scrambled eggs may seem like a small thing, but it’s heartwarming for about 20 Imperial employees who prepare and serve breakfast weekly at neighbouring P.E. McGibbon Public School.
At Imperial, we hold a belief that the health and wellbeing of our company is directly tied to the health and wellbeing of the communities where we operate.
The Lambton County Science Fair (LCSF) is a vital opportunity in the development of future scientists, researchers and engineers that drive so much of the innovation and technology behind Sarnia-area industry.
At Imperial, we want to contribute to vibrant, healthy communities in which everyone feels included and valued.
Capital City Clean Up – Business Supporting Community is a City of Edmonton program that brings business and non-profit groups together to reduce litter in city neighbourhoods.
In 2013, a devastating fire destroyed the Mossom Creek Hatchery and Education Centre in Port Moody, British Columbia. Three years, and a lot of help later, the newly built hatchery and the programs offered there, are bigger and better than ever.
Imperial donates $10,000 towards Capilano community park redevelopment.
Imperial has provided $450,000 since 2013 to help build and expand the program.
Imperial is helping to bring innovative programming in science, technology and engineering to Canadian youth and their families - with a special focus on Indigenous communities - through sponsorship of The Power of Ideas Tour at Telus Spark, June 7-13, 2017.
Learn about employee Frank Arthur and his daughter’s journey to the Esso Cup, a tournament Imperial has sponsored for more than 20 years.
Imperial has donated $30,000 to the Fort McMurray Public School District (FMPSD), facilitated by the Canadian Mental Health Association of Wood Buffalo, to fund Heart Math - a digital tool to evaluate stress and anxiety levels.