TRC #92 Committed

Noble Construction Corp is owned by NorthStar Capital Ltd, which is a corporate partner of File Hills Qu’Appelle Developments (FHQD). These partnerships, Topa Contracting and Pathway Supply, allow Noble the ability to subcontract and purchase through Indigenous-owned businesses. By supporting our affiliated companies, we in turn support the File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council and the eleven-member nations that create the ownership of FHQ Developments.
Noble has created a strong Diversity and Inclusion Program which focuses on the employment of women, visible minorities, persons with disabilities, and Indigenous peoples. Working together with Tokata HR Solutions, we connect with qualified Indigenous peoples looking for opportunities in our province. We have also recognized the importance that training plays in bridging people with the right opportunities. This recognition has led to Kevin Kirkwood, Noble Construction's Human Resources Manager, being appointed to the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies steering committee. Noble Construction is now able to aid in the development of First Nations training initiatives that will enable First Nations people to be better prepared as they move into employment opportunities, not only in mining but in any sector they choose.
Noble Construction is extremely proud of our approach to Indigenous engagement and our commitment to the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action, particularly TRC #92 and how we have progressed over the past years. We have seen some initiatives that have not always provided success, but we have used those instances as learning opportunities to ensure we continue to move in the right direction. We truly believe that by taking small steps and creating strong relationships in both Indigenous government and local communities we will continue to make a meaningful impact.

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Noble Construction is an industry sponsor of Morris Interactive’s Indigenous Pre-employment program for potash mining. The program also utilizes Noble’s potash-specific VR safety modules which provide an immersive learning experience. This allows participants to experience practical scenarios and learn about important safety processes in a risk-free, simulated setting.
Noble has provided career opportunities to several of the program graduates. We are very pleased that the modules have enriched the learning experience for Morris Interactive’s students. The training they receive is a vital component of worker competency and a positive safety culture.