Partnerships

All Peace Protection has joint venture partners with First Nations in Alberta and BC. We have been working together with Alexander First Nation, Blueberry River First Nation, Doig River First Nation, Duncan First Nation, Frog Lake First Nation, Horse Lake First Nation, Tk’emplups First Nation, V & L, and Whispering Pines First Nation to develop employment opportunities for local First Nations community members. We are active participants in the community to help us develop our relationship with community members and potential employees, attending local events and meetings.

We offer a proven training program, profit sharing, and preferred employment opportunities.

Partnership Success Stories

Duncan First Nation

In April 2013, All Peace Protection, together with Duncan First Nation Economic Development Officer, Chief and Council, completed the Alberta Security Course in Duncan First Nations. This was the first Alberta Security course to be completed at Duncan First Nations. Ten members attended the course and all ten passed (1 student scored a perfect 100%). All Peace Protection was able to employ all 10 workers.

All Peace Protection worked closely with the oilfield industry to ensure this program was a success, and we’d like to thank the following companies for their support in this program:

  • ESS Compass Group Canada (Tanghe Creek)
  • Alberta Sustainable Resources Ltd
  • HD Mining (Murray River Project BC)
  • Grande Prairie Regional College (Training)

All Peace Protection also wanted to make a contribution that would make a difference in the lives of Duncan First Nations community members. In 2013, a new E350 Ford 15 passenger van was donated to the Duncan First Nation community for the junior youth programme. The community had identified to us that in order for the youth programme to continue and be successful, transportation was a key factor. All Peace Protection acknowledges ESS Compass Camp services for their partnership in this donation.

Horse Lake First Nation

In March 2013, All Peace Protection, together with Horse Lake First Nation, completed the Alberta Security Course in Horse Lake. This was the first Alberta Security course provided on the First Nation with 15 Horse Lake members attending and 14 successfully completing the course (1 withdrew due to illness). Upon completion of the course, All Peace Protection was able to employ all 14 Horse Lake members.

All Peace Protection worked closely with the Grande Prairie-area petroleum industry in ensuring that this program was a huge success. We’d like to thank the following companies for their support in the program, special mention to Seven Generations:

  • Seven Generations Energy Ltd (Archie Way Camp, Lator Camp, Hammerhead Camp)
  • HD Mining (Murray River Project BC)
  • BCEGI (Murray River Project BC)
  • Grande Prairie Regional College (Training)

Due to the success of the first Alberta Security Course All Peace Protection booked their second course on Horse Lake First Nation, which was completed in May that year.

Interested in a potential partnership? Contact us today to explore opportunities.