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Indigenous Relations Policy

Indigenous Relations Policy

.@MayorDaveRyan, Liana from @TRCA_Stewards & OPG's Cheryl showed off their Pickering Pride this weekend at Sustaina… https://t.co/aN4lm5rhsH

Mon Mar 27 16:38:40

RT @newsdurham: Try to solve the most difficult problems, @opg CEO Jeff Lyash advises @UOIT students https://t.co/XTyJWQpUal https://t.co/…

Mon Mar 27 15:50:01

As warmer temperatures set in, our water management teams are preparing for freshet, the annual spring thaw:… https://t.co/a3cDUehShA

Mon Mar 27 15:17:21

Policy Statement


OPG is committed to building long-term, mutually beneficial working relationships with Indigenous communities proximate to its present and future operations.

OPG is committed to developing these relationships on a foundation of respect for the languages, customs, and political, social and cultural institutions of Indigenous communities.

OPG acknowledges the Aboriginal and treaty rights of Indigenous communities as recognized and affirmed in the Constitution Act 1982.

OPG is committed to continuing efforts to reach mutually satisfactory resolution of grievances with respect to past generation related development.

Where appropriate, OPG will pursue prospective generation-related developments with Indigenous communities that can provide the basis for long-term, mutually beneficial, commercial arrangements.

OPG is committed to operating in a commercial manner, consistent with OPG’s Shareholder Agreement.

OPG’s commitments are made on its own behalf, and not on behalf of the Crown or any other government agency. (Section 53.1(2) of the Electricity Act, 1998).