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Strike Group Inc. & TriWest Capital Partners
Announce Partnership

Indigenous Relations

Indigenous Relations Policy

Strike Group and its affiliates are committed to operating ethically and in alignment of our core values, to ensure economic inclusion and participation of Indigenous Communities. The Indigenous Relations Policy is aligned with Strike Group’s core values to:

  • Treat others as we would wish to be treated;
  • Support the communities of which we live and work;
  • Strive to continually improve;
  • Minimize our impact on the environment.


Build meaningful relationships with local and Indigenous Peoples, Communities, and businesses that mutually benefits all stakeholders.

Guiding Principles

  • Ways of Respecting
  • Ways of Engaging
  • Ways of Knowing
  • Ways of Working Together

Employment Opportunities

Strike is an equal opportunity employer and endeavors to incorporate community-based businesses and available personnel within the project wherever possible. As such, we solicit workers from the surrounding Indigenous Communities to staff our worksites that have the required qualifications and experience.


Strike is a proud member of the Circle for Aboriginal Relations (CFAR) Society, and the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB).

A proud member of Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. Honoured to be a CFAR member, 2020-2021.