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Our Indigenous partners

At Ontario Power Generation, we are proud of the many relationships we have built with Indigenous communities across the province. We remain committed to building and growing these long-term, mutually beneficial working relationships that help build communities and provide employment opportunities.

See how our relationships have laid the groundwork for a series of successful generation development partnerships.

Building Ontario’s future together

Men in traditional Indigenous clothing dance during an OPG National Aboriginal Day event.
At OPG we are committed to developing relationships with Indigenous communities that are built on a foundation of respect.
Indigenous News

New plaques celebrate R.H. Saunders GS and Akwesasne heritage

Three new plaques in Cornwall celebrate the Mohawks of Akwesasne and the construction of the Moses-Saunders Power Dam.

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Métis electrician offers words of advice for job seekers

Travis Ostroskie found a job at the Pickering Nuclear station through OPG's Indigenous Opportunities in Nuclear program.

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Our projects

Nanticoke Solar now generating renewable power for Ontario

OPG’s first ever solar power facility is now online and harnessing the sun’s rays to generate clean, renewable electricity for Ontario.

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