Engaging Stakeholders and Benefitting Communities

Effective stakeholder engagement enables us to strengthen our social licence. We work to establish and maintain productive relationships with our stakeholders and to maximize the shared benefits of our activities. Through our work, we aim to contribute to long-term mutual prosperity.

We take a respectful approach to engaging with our stakeholders and supporting the development of sustainable communities. We recognize that a significant part of our role is to help build human and institutional capacity wherever we operate so that local communities can achieve their development goals.

2020 Highlights

Generated more than $500 million in economic benefits for host communities and countries.

Continued to support a road safety program by UNICEF for children in Cuba, and Trans Canada Trail on the completion of a key part of the Great Trail in Fort Saskatchewan.

Partnered with Global Affairs Canada and the Government of Cuba to co-fund a multi-year project to install renewable energy solar panels while supporting women’s leadership.

In 2020, OGP reached $1 million in cumulative donations in support of Alberta Children’s Hospital.

As part of our Cuba Community Investment Program, we donated refrigeration equipment to several daycare centres, road maintenance equipment and roadside lights to municipalities, and a variety of equipment to local hospitals and medical clinics.

Meet Our Employees

Jose M. Liranza Cantelis Organization and disclosure specialist and public attention officer at the Moa Nickel site

Jose M. Liranza has been working at the Moa Nickel Site since 1982, starting as an operator at the Hydrogen Plant, and then shifting roles to become a union representative. Since 2011, Jose has served as Organization and Disclosure Specialist and Public Attention Officer.

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