Cordy Environmental Inc. respects the history, uniqueness, and diversity of First Nations, Metis and Inuit Peoples. We have adopted an Aboriginal Relations Policy to reflect the legal, social and economic realities of Aboriginal peoples.
Positive relations with Aboriginal peoples based on mutual respect and trust are required for Cordy to achieve its strategic business objectives and help Aboriginal peoples realize their aspirations. All Cordy employees have a responsibility to help build and maintain relationships with the Aboriginal communities in which they operate.
Accordingly, Cordy will:
Respect the legal and constitutional rights of Aboriginal peoples
Conduct business in a manner that respects and honours traditional Aboriginal values and individual differences
Respect indigenous peoples’ traditional ways, the land and the environment
Proactively promote opportunities for Aboriginal peoples which establish sustainable self-sufficiency through employment and business development opportunities
Develop ongoing strategic alliances to enhance the opportunities for both Cordy and Aboriginal peoples
Invite Aboriginal businesses and contractors to participate in Cordy initiatives
Develop relationships with existing Aboriginal subcontractors
Be honest, fair and trustworthy
Follow through on its commitments