*initial net-cash-flow estimate at $430 million annually after debt (2021)
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 is within reach.
With ownership of major infrastructure projects,
comes economic prosperity, decision-making,
environmental stewardship and community oversight
Trans Mountain Corp.’s (“TMC”) annual net cash flow*
will be distributed between varying participating Indigenous nations,
who then decide each year how much (from 0-90%)
will be invested into the Indigenous Sovereign Wealth Fund 2 (ISWF2)
to create Indigenous capital to re-invest in energy transition & infrastructure projects
A PATH TO ECONOMIC RECONCILIATION
Real Economic Reconciliation will take ALL of us.
Working together, Indigenous and Non-Indigenous people,
can change the existing business development model
by creating Indigenous capital for Indigenous nations in Canada.
Billions of dollars of Indigenous capital to invest in future energy transition and infrastructure projects to grow annual distribution payments beyond seven generations for community services and programs.
INFORMED DECISION MAKING
Project Reconciliation believes in informed decision making.
Informed decisions requires the knowledge and understanding of the details of the TMC sale from the federal government.
At this time Trans Mountain Corporation (TMC) is NOT for sale.
We continue to engage with the federal government on timing and details of the TMC sale.
We continue to share information about our proposal and vision.
We do not ask Indigenous nations to make a decision on how they want to participate until
More information is provided about the sale of Trans Mountain Corporation
Each nation has an opportunity to hear and compare each proposal from all proponents offering to purchase Trans Mountain Corporation
We incorporate these values into everything we do
Free, Prior and Informed Consent
TRC Calls to Action #92 & #47
UNDRIP Article #3 #4 #5 #20 & #26