Community Partners

About Community Partners

Our Community Partners include motivated First Nations, Métis and Inuit Communities in Western Canada (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia and Northern Territories) that want to connect Job Seekers from their own communities with hiring companies actively promoting current and future opportunities for work. It’s a partnership and there is NO COST to you.  Our partnership is about learning and working together to better understand the current needs of their citizens for work as well as raising awareness of the many job opportunities available to Indigenous Job Seekers, that are posted by progressive and inclusive organizations through – Contact to get more information today. 

Lorraine Fiddler

Indigenous Community Engagement Manager

Our Community Partners

Maskwacis Employment Center

The Maskwacis Employment Center (MEC) was created in partnership with the Ermineskin Cree Nation, Louis Bull Tribe, Montana Cree Nation and Samson Cree Nation. MEC successfully assists and promotes the independence of clients to prepare for, obtain and maintain employment through client based services and collaborative partnerships.

Alexander First Nation

Alexander First Nation (Cree: Kipohtakaw / ᑭᐳᐦᑕᑲᐤ) is a First Nations band government, headquartered 17 kilometres (11 mi) west of Morinville, Alberta.

File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council

FHQTC is the political and service organization for the Qu’Appelle Agency and the File Hills Agency, delivering programs and services to the 11 First Nations in the Treaty Four Territory.

Qu’Appelle Agency: Nekaneet First Nation, Wood Mountain Lakota First Nation, Piapot First Nation, Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation, Pasqua First Nation, Standing Buffalo Dakota Nation

File Hills Agency: Little Black Bear’s Band of Cree & Assiniboine Nations, Okanese First Nation, Star Blanket Cree Nation, Peepeekisis Cree Nation, Carry-The-Kettle Nakoda Nation

Infinity Métis Corporation

Infinity Métis Corporation (IMC) is the business arm of the McMurray Métis Local 1935. Through our various strategic partnerships, we offer a diverse scope of services within the region of Wood Buffalo and beyond. Our vision is to support the Métis people of Wood Buffalo through economic opportunities, ensuring their wellbeing for today and tomorrow.