Steel River Group

 

Steel River’s Governing Principles are deeply rooted in Indigenous values, beliefs, and culture. Our foundation is grounded by a strong sense of community, centered around people and relationships. We aspire to be thought and action leaders for positive change in the space where Steel River Owned Companies, Indigenous Communities, and industry collaborate. Our underlying mandate is to drive employment for local Indigenous and partnering communities, as we strongly believe that employment and education are essential for positive social, cultural, and economic change.

 

At Steel River, positive change is driven by our dedicated team who, through various Steel River Owned Companies, embody our Governing Principles to foster meaningful relationships with Indigenous communities and Alliance Partners.

 

Our Governing Principles include our why, vision, values, and three commitments to Indigenous communities: Steel River will reclaim the process of collaborative engagement, foster the preservation of cultural and traditional values, and champion social sovereignty and economic sustainability for our people.

 

Steel River is reimagining how, as a privately held Indigenous company, we define, create and capture value for our people, communities, and partners.

WHAT MAKES US UNIQUE

OUR ECOSYSTEM

Steel River Owned Companies, Indigenous Partners, and Alliance Partners harmoniously working side by side on a shared path of mutual success.

OUR GOVERNANCE

Deeply rooted in Indigenous beliefs, values, and culture, Steel River’s governance structure allows for creative collaboration and accountability across our inclusive Ecosystem.

OUR TEAM

With significant experience working at the forefront of Canada's energy sector, out team brings the expertise and vision to drive success for all partners.

OUR COMPANIES

Steel River Owned companies build internal capacity and competency, while collaborating with our partners to provide our clients with quality products and services.

565,842

Metres of pipe laid

6,875

communities brought together

752

jobs created for Indigenous people