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Forming strategic partnerships is a core component of Aecon’s business strategy. In Ontario, Aecon was pleased to recently enter into a joint venture (JV) agreement with the Six Nations Elected Council vis a vis the Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation. The partnership means the two entities can now work side by side to complete a broad range of utilities-related work in the Haldimand Tract of Southwestern Ontario, an area that is of historical importance to Six Nations. Scope of work will include clearing rights-of-way, completing restoration contracts and addressing meter hazard avoidance and out-of-date meter programs.

“A partnership of this nature with a prominent company such as Aecon exemplifies the capability of the Six Nations people to collaborate and participate in the economic opportunities that exist within the Haldimand Tract and beyond,” said Ava Hill, Chief of Six Nations Elected Council.

Six Nations of the Grand River consists of the Mohawk, Seneca, Oneida, Cayuga, Onondaga and Tuscarora nations, representing the largest population of all Indigenous Peoples in Canada.