A 100% Indigenous-owned initiative to acquire 100% of Trans Mountain Corporation, including the Trans Mountain Pipeline and Expansion Project
More than just about a pipeline…
This is a story of real and transformational change, that moves Canada’s Indigenous peoples from managing poverty, to being firmly and genuinely “at the table” as material equity partners with Corporate Canada.
It’s within reach.
Project Reconciliation’s management team has experience in similar energy project developments of significant scale
Steve brings extensive experience with high-level government policy makers, First Nations communities and non-governmental agencies.
Michelle holds a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management-Forestry and a Certificate in Aboriginal Resource Community Planning from the University of Northern British Columbia; as well as an Applied Communications Certificate from the University of Calgary
A graduate of Haskayne’s PhD program, Dr. Ufodike is a Canadian FCGA and FCPA, a US CPA, a UK FCCA and a Certified Fraud Examiner. He's also a Certified Director ICD.D of the Institute of Corporate Directors.
He has worked with many First Nations to advance economic diversity and in 2009, assisted in establishing the Centre of Excellence at the FSIN to provide support and opportunity for responsible development of natural resources to First Nation communities.
Curtis Heide is a Professional Engineer registered with APEGA and APEGS.
His landmark research papers on energy, environment and economy, including on Indigenous inclusion, have been published in leading international journals and have been cited more than 7,500 times according to Google Scholar.
He has served as advisor to business and governments and serves as a non-executive member of the boards of directors of Toronto and London stock exchange-traded, and private equity-owned, energy companies.
Peter holds an Honours Bachelor of Environmental Studies degree from the University of Waterloo and was president of his own Environmental company for over a decade. Peter has actively engaged Indigenous communities in B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Provincial and Federal Government agencies on behalf of Industry.
Peter recently served on the CEPA Indigenous Affairs working group as a subject matter expert in the field of consultation and relationship building. He also guest lectures at Mount Royal University and the University of Calgary where he has sat as an Advisory Board member to the faculties of environmental studies over the past decade.