We are committed to open and responsive consultation and engagement. Our project’s success will only be achieved when we engage collaboratively with governments, Aboriginal communities, stakeholders and the public.

Aboriginal Engagement
We approach Aboriginal communities in a fair and transparent manner, recognizing the importance of the relationship. We desire to fully engage and consult with communities in the region where we conduct our operations.

  •  We are committed to sustainable positive engagement through recognition of cultural values and areas of mutual benefit.
  •  We openly participate in early engagement with Aboriginal communities to build trust and engage in meaningful dialogue.
  •  We recognize diversity in Aboriginal communities and work together to find solutions where the environment and land use will not be materially impacted as a result of our operations.

Stakeholder Engagement
In an effort to build and maintain positive relationships, Chaleur Terminals Inc. is dedicated to seeking input and feedback from stakeholders affected by the proposed project. Collaboration, transparency and trust are the foundation for building mutually beneficial relationships. We strive to:

  •  Provide information in a timely and consistent manner
  •  Collaborate on solutions
  •  Seek input on project design
  •  Incorporate feedback into project planning
  •  Minimize impacts on the community and environment
  •  Address social and environmental issues

Chaleur Terminals Inc. seeks to communicate with meaningful dialogue throughout the permitting, construction and operational phases of the project.

Providing Community Engagement
In an effort to build and maintain positive relationships, Chaleur Terminals Inc. is dedicated to understanding community interests and promoting local economic prosperity. Proposed construction of the tank farm, rail system and pipeline will create a positive impact on the local labour force and economy, both directly and indirectly.

The project requires more than 200 skilled labourers for construction and 30 full-time jobs, including labourers, skilled workers, professionals and office administration. This is anticipated to have a direct positive net economic impact due to local spend, largely in the areas of contracts and services.