Stakeholder Relations

Plains Midstream Canada (PMC) believes the foundation of long-term and mutually beneficial relationships is trust and respect, which is achieved through clear communication, transparency of objectives, and a shared sense of responsibility.

We are committed to developing and maintaining mutually beneficial relationships with stakeholders, to engage in our communities, and respond to inquiries in an accurate and timely manner.

Aboriginal Relations

In Canada, PMC has facilities or infrastructure on reserve lands, within traditional territories, or near First Nations, Métis, and Aboriginal communities.

We are committed to building long-term and mutually beneficial relationships with Aboriginal groups and communities where we operate. Our relationship building activities include meetings, community visits and ongoing economic development efforts. Our commitment to Aboriginal and Community Relations focuses on:

  • Early engagement regarding proposed projects to better ascertain and address potential impacts to the community or interests related to proposed projects or existing infrastructure.
  • Support for Aboriginal community economic opportunities in areas such as employment and business.
  • Cross-cultural awareness and consideration of Aboriginal principles such as cultural relationships to the land.