Our Partners

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Infinity Métis Corporation and our industry partners offer a diverse scope of expertise and are successful service providers within the region and beyond. All of our partners along with potential partners must be engage with the ML1935 membership, events and providing support via the ML1935 social mandate. IMC staff and management are engaged in day to day operations and business discussions. Working together, the ML1935 membership has opportunities for training and employment with all our partners, building on strength, experience and integrity.

Thompson Infinity

 

Both IMC and Thompson see this partnership as a mutually beneficial relationship. With Thompson`s extensive experience and reputation of completing projects within the oil and gas industry in Northeastern Alberta on time, budget and a with world class safety culture, they bring to the partnership their experienced management and professional approach to all endeavours. IMC provides both the partnership and all client’s assurance that all Aboriginal policies and interests will be adhered to and met throughout project delivery.

Paramount to the Thompson Infinity Limited Partnership is the assurance that not only will Aboriginal craft workers be given preference in hiring project personnel, but that managers will be developed from members of the Fort McMurray Metis 1935 to ensure the goal of autonomy for the company.

NorCan Infinity LP

 

Syncrude Canada has signed a five-year agreement with a Métis-owned company for electrical and instrumentation services at its site. The contract between the oil company and NorCan Infinity – a joint venture between McMurray Métis, Infinity Métis Corp. and NorCan Electric has been signed.

In a statement, Syncrude managing director Doreen Cole said the deal  will not only boost revenue for the community, but provide jobs and apprenticeship opportunities.

“Syncrude is a recognized leader in Indigenous relations, with over $3 billion spent in conjunction with Indigenous companies and is also one of the country’s largest employers of Indigenous people,” said Gail Gallupe, president of McMurray Métis, in a statement.

This is the second major agreement Syncrude has signed with an Indigenous group within the Wood Buffalo region this year.

TNT Infinity Crane & Rigging

 

TNT Crane & Rigging has formed limited aboriginal partnerships in Western Canada. Our partnership with Infinity Metis Corporation, known as TNT Infinity Crane & Rigging, covers the Wood Buffalo region in Alberta.

The TNT Infinity partnership between TNT Crane & Rigging and the Infinity Metis Corporation is proud to serve the Wood Buffalo region of Fort McMurray, Alberta. This partnership provides TNT Crane & Rigging with the unique ability to offer crane and rigging services, while providing employment opportunities to the Metis people living in the respective community. As a leading operating entity for crane and rigging work in the Wood Buffalo region of Fort McMurray, it is our goal to give back to the community we serve by helping increase potential revenue streams.

AlumaSafway Infinity

 

AlumaSafway and the Infinity Métis Corp are announcing the AlumaSafway Infinity Joint Venture, a partnership between AlumaSafway and the Infinity Métis Corp supporting the local Indigenous community. This partnership agreement creates the largest Indigenous scaffolding, insulation and coatings provider in Canada.

The AlumaSafway Infinity Joint Venture will provide scaffolding and industrial access solutions along with other specialty services such as insulation, fireproofing, coatings and refractory to safely increase productivity on shutdowns, capital projects, and ongoing facility maintenance work in Canada. As a result of the partnership agreement, there will be greater employment opportunities for Indigenous workers in Canada’s oil sands industry and many other companies in Canada.

BrandSafway Infinity

 

AlumaSafway and the Infinity Métis Corp are announcing the AlumaSafway Infinity Joint Venture, a partnership between AlumaSafway and the Infinity Métis Corp supporting the local Indigenous community. This partnership agreement creates the largest Indigenous scaffolding, insulation and coatings provider in Canada.

AlumaSafway is part of Brand Industrial Services, Inc., known in the marketplace as BrandSafway.

Infinity Métis Corp is the business arm of the McMurray Métis.

Midlite Infinity

 

Midlite Construction Ltd. does more than just build power lines. As soon as you identify a need for power, we can help. From design, to procurement, construction, and maintenance, we are a full-service, end-to-end EPC utility contractor. Moreover, we are experienced project managers and we maintain a team of schedulers, project engineers, cost controllers, quality controllers, EH&S advisors, and more. Our commitment to skillful project management and administration means you can be sure your critical infrastructure is in capable hands.

Midlite Construction Ltd. is owned by Rocky Buksa. As a member of the Metis Nation of Alberta and of Fort McMurray Metis 1935, Rocky is committed to supporting metis individuals, businesses, communities, and organizations. Midlite is a full-member of NAABA and of ROABA and has supported countless local community initiatives, fundraisers, bursary programs, and charities.