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At Shore, we value the communities neighbouring our operations and hope to see the quality of life of their citizens enhanced by emerging employment and business opportunities.

Community Involvement

We seek to:

  • Build long-term relationships with neighbouring communities 
  • Engage communities through open communication and mutual respect to share information and allow community partners to participate in meaningful ways
  • Gather community input to shape project development
  • Provide opportunities for communities to enhance their ability to participate in economic opportunities provided by our projects

Economic Opportunities

We strive to:

  • Work collaboratively with communities, governments and institutions to create training opportunities for skill development in industry-related occupations
  • Provide employment opportunities with a focus on local participation
  • Build relationships with local suppliers and businesses to obtain quality, competitively priced goods and services in a timely fashion

First Nations and Métis Communities

We recognize:

  • The unique position of First Nations and Métis people in Canada through their treaty and constitutional rights
  • The government’s duty to consult with First Nations and Métis people and will network with the government to facilitate the process where possible
  • The potential socio-economic benefits of the projects for First Nations and Métis communities through employment and business participation

We work to:

  • Develop meaningful engagement and communication with neighbouring First Nations and Métis communities
  • Create mutually beneficial relationships with First Nations and Métis communities to promote training and recruitment of young people into trades, technical and skilled occupations 
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