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Reconciliation Action Plan

The Reconciliation Action Plan is our road map for how we intend to work in partnership with Indigenous communities, businesses and organizations to advance reconciliation. It’s also about how we intend to grow and continue learning as an organization.

Our Plan is a living document that will continuously evolve as new initiatives and opportunities emerge. But the one overriding premise is that we cannot do this on our own. We will work with Indigenous communities, businesses, organizations -- and all our partners across the sector -- to bring our Plan to life.

Our goals

  • We will be accountable and track progress with metrics and targets around commitments.
  • We will build positive, mutually beneficial relationships based on respect and understanding.
  • We will create an engaged, inclusive workforce that reflects the diversity of Indigenous communities and peoples across our company.
  • We will advance economic reconciliation with Indigenous communities and businesses through engagement, collaboration and partnership.
  • We will be a trusted partner in environmental stewardship and an ally in addressing climate change.

Key actions

  • OPG commits to growing our economic impact for Indigenous communities and businesses to $1 billion over the next 10 years, through our ongoing operations, projects and initiatives.
  • We will also increase the representation of Indigenous employees across all levels and businesses of OPG.
  • We will work with the Indigenous Opportunities Network (ION) to grow the Indigenous skilled talent pool within OPG and the broader energy industry.
  • And across OPG, we will enhance employee knowledge and understanding through the development of an online Reconciliation Knowledge Hub. 


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