Launched in April 2022, Fort McMurray 468 First Nation Economic Development is responsible for managing business development opportunities and fostering industry partnerships for the Nation and Fort McMurray First Nation Group of Companies.
All revenue generated through the Economic Development Corporation supports Member programs and services, housing initiatives, and infrastructure projects - fostering lasting benefits for the Nation and its Members for generations to come.
The Fort McMurray First Nation Group of Companies (FMFN Group) is the proud business entity of the Fort McMurray 468 First Nation. Since 1987, the Group of Companies has been contributing to the financial stability and prosperity of the Nation – providing Construction, Custodial, Transportation, and Petro-Canada Fuel & Convenience Store services to a broad portfolio of customers. Their success in establishing strong partnerships across a wide range of sectors has created meaningful employment opportunities for Nation Members and additional service lines to the Group of Companies.
Working together with the Nation’s new Economic Development team, the Group of Companies will continue to focus on growing its existing services.
Fort McMurray 468 First Nation
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Industry & Government Relations Corporation (IGRC)
Astisiy: Suncor forms partnership with eight Indigenous communities in the RMWB
Suncor today announced the signing of agreements with eight Indigenous communities in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB) to acquire all of TC Energy’s 15 per cent equity interest in the Northern Courier Pipeline Limited Partnership. This historic partnership includes Suncor, three First Nations and five Métis communities who will own a 15 per cent stake in this pipeline asset with a value of approximately $1.3 billion, which will provide long-term, stable revenues that will benefit the communities for decades to come.