Reconciliation Reaches Beyond Canadian borders 


Strategy Consulting / Brand & Design

Enbridge’s purpose is to build bridges to a cleaner energy future. Their operations span across Turtle Island, now known as North America, dedicated to the communities they live and work in. 

That is why they responded to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action #92. Enbridge formally launched its first Indigenous Reconciliation Action Plan (IRAP.) This plan affirms measurable commitments that will lead the organizations on the path of Reconciliation in collaboration with the people who have been here since time immemorial. 

Read more about how Creative Fire works with organizations to develop their RAPs.   

Our team supported Enbridge in the development of their IRAP through a three-phase process: current state assessment, stakeholder engagement, and the development and design of the final IRAP.

Enbridge commissioned the art in the IRAP from Jason Carter. Jason is an Indigenous artist from the Little Red River Cree Nation and a Distinguished Alumni of MacEwan University.