Building Sustainable Relationships with Industry – A Couple Stories to Share

Consultation and communication between the Resource Extraction Industry and First Nations communities has its challenges. Many of the projects take place in remote communities on indigenous lands, resulting in social and environmental impacts. So how can we build more sustainable relationships between communities and industry? Click here for the full story.

Press Release: Innovative Community-Driven Engagement Services for Indigenous Communities & Industry - July 31th, 2012, Toronto – CES, a leading provider of community engagement services and sustainable community development, today announced the launch of their new ‘Community-Driven Engagement Services’ for indigenous communities considering partnerships with the resource extraction sector.  Click here for the full story. August 13, 2012.

Preserving your culture - bridging the communication gap. CES worked with Teck Resources Ltd. to develop a mobile app that provides access to two-way transparent communication and support between communities and resources extraction companies. This mobile app opens up new doors for creating an open, honest dialogue that closes the communication gap. Click here for the full story. June 29, 2012. 

Sustainable Community Engagement for the Resource Extraction Industry - Consultation and dialogue between the resource extraction industry and local communities has its challenges. The majority of communities that are directly and indirectly affected by this industry live in remote areas and take place on indigenous lands. Click here for the full story and video.
May 16, 2012

City Square - Redevelopment of Victoria Park - Regina, SK. The WOW Project, a component of the Regina Downtown Plan, plans to expand Victoria Park into a focal point and festival space for downtown Regina. The project has become a reality in City Square. A significant element in the City Square project was to consult and inform those people who will be the park users once the project is completed. CES engaged in an extensive stakeholder consultation process termed WOW2 with the objective of:“Helping us to make better decisions about expanding Victoria Park into a vibrant city square.” Click here for the full story.
March 20, 2012

Engaging Youth in a Creative Way. After watching a few Ted Talks for inspiration, I am beginning to realize that the possibilities to engage youth for educational purposes using mobile technology are endless. Click here for the full story.
March 12, 2012 

Creating a Successful Stakeholder Consultation Process. Stakeholder consultations are an integral component to each of CES’ projects. We believe that meeting with key stakeholders will develop a project framework that meets the needs and aspirations of the local community. So how do you begin a successful stakeholder consultation process that will ultimately enrich your project? Click here for the full story.
August 11, 2011

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