Community relations

Canbriam strives to be a contributing member of the communities in which it operates. We value our relationships with stakeholders. 

A Canbriam employee flexing some muscle while volunteering at the Calgary Drop-in & Rehab Centre Society

Canbriam was a proud sponsor of the 2014 Jr. Provincial High School Rodeo in Hudson’s Hope, BC

Chief Roland Willson of the West Moberly First Nations, presents Paul Myers with a peace pipe

Canbriam participating in CAPP’s Energy in Action Initiative

Canbriam staff posing with children from the Halfway First River Nation

Great turnout for Canbriam’s breakfast at West Moberly Days

Canbriam’s crew ready to host breakfast at West Moberly Days

Canbriam employees all geared up to volunteer at the Calgary Drop-in & Rehab Centre Society

The Canbriam crew testing their bun slicing skills at the Calgary Drop-in & Rehab Centre Society

Canbriam’s President and CEO, Paul Myers, masters the art of pancake making at West Moberly Days

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Collaboration and team work are important to our success, and these values extend to the communities in which we operate, where we actively participate in community events and initiatives, contributing both financial and human resources where we can.

Our community investment priorities are on community, education and the environment.

Community Investment

Northern Lights Awards & Scholarships

Canbriam is proud to sponsor six awards for students attending programs at the Fort St. John and Chetwynd campuses of Northern Lights College. Students enrolled in trades, University Arts and Sciences and the helping professions are eligible for the awards, which are administered by the NLC Foundation.

Canbriam also continues to support Northern Lights College by investing in the NLC Foundation, which provides scholarships to students and the training facilities necessary to support a modern learning environment.  To learn more about Northern Lights College and Canbriam’s recent investment, follow this link.

Read more about Theresa Laberge (below), the 2014 recipient of the Aboriginal New Student Award.

Theresa Laberge, recipient of the 2014 Canbriam Energy Inc. Aboriginal New Student Award.

Donna Phillips, Canbriam EVP Corporate Development, and Chris King, Canbriam Senior Surface Landman with Theresa Laberge, recipient of the 2014 Canbriam Energy Inc. Aboriginal New Student Award.