Canada’s First Nations are a diverse group experiencing growth, struggle and triumph. From energy projects to community development, we want to help tell stories through compelling video content that will build prosperity and understanding. We are honoured to have worked with the Haisla, the Mi’kmaq, and the Cree.
Your home is supposed to be your haven - but what if it didn't stand up against the elements? That was exactly the situation for residents of the First Nations communities of Fort Albany, Kashechewan and Attawapiskat, where inefficient housing meant unreasonable energy bills and even health issues for residents.
Through Save on Energy programs they upgraded over 90 homes to be more energy efficient, improving comfort and health for residents, and inspiring people to truly care for their homes as their havens. Taking their energy security into their own hands, these communities are actively shaping a more sustainable, healthy, and prosperous future.
Client: Pictou Landing First Nation
For the community of Pictou Landing First Nation, sustainable management of their land and its resources has always been a traditional way of life. The PLFN Council believes that their community's future depends on wise investment in sustainable economic development. We worked with the band council to tell this community’s story of combining emerging technologies with traditional philosophies.