Parties commit to a long-term, collaborative and mutually-beneficial relationship
A message from senior vice president, Theresa Redburn, on why it was important for Imperial to sponsor the G7 Women’s Forum.
Parties commit to new long-term, mutually beneficial relationship
The agreement was celebrated on May 5th at the McMurray Métis Monthly Members Meeting. Close to 100 people attended the event, including the McMurray Métis Board of Directors, Local members and Imperial representatives.
Imperial-funded program promotes awareness of Indigenous culture among new Canadians.
Training and equipment for search and rescue services in the Sahtu region will receive support under the Partnering today, for tomorrow grant in 2018.
The Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN) and Imperial celebrated the renewal of their decade-long relationship during a signing ceremony and community feast in Fort Chipewyan on March 1.
The 39th annual charity golf tournament hosted by our Fuels, Lubricants and Chemicals businesses scored a hole-in-one for the Families of Spinal Muscular Atrophy Canada Society (FSMA) in October 2017.
November 11 is our opportunity to join remembrance services around the Commonwealth to honour those who serve and those who have died in the line of duty since the First World War, protecting our freedom and way of life.
Water management - minimizing the impacts of our water withdrawals, consumption and discharges in our operations - is a key environmental focus for Imperial. But we also recognize the importance of healthy water systems everywhere – not only those impacted by energy development.
Sharing a smile with a young student over toast and scrambled eggs may seem like a small thing, but it’s heartwarming for about 20 Imperial employees who prepare and serve breakfast weekly at neighbouring P.E. McGibbon Public School.
At Imperial, we hold a belief that the health and wellbeing of our company is directly tied to the health and wellbeing of the communities where we operate.
The Lambton County Science Fair (LCSF) is a vital opportunity in the development of future scientists, researchers and engineers that drive so much of the innovation and technology behind Sarnia-area industry.
At Imperial, we want to contribute to vibrant, healthy communities in which everyone feels included and valued.
Capital City Clean Up – Business Supporting Community is a City of Edmonton program that brings business and non-profit groups together to reduce litter in city neighbourhoods.
In 2013, a devastating fire destroyed the Mossom Creek Hatchery and Education Centre in Port Moody, British Columbia. Three years, and a lot of help later, the newly built hatchery and the programs offered there, are bigger and better than ever.
Imperial donates $10,000 towards Capilano community park redevelopment.
Imperial has provided $450,000 since 2013 to help build and expand the program.
Imperial is helping to bring innovative programming in science, technology and engineering to Canadian youth and their families - with a special focus on Indigenous communities - through sponsorship of The Power of Ideas Tour at Telus Spark, June 7-13, 2017.
Learn about employee Frank Arthur and his daughter’s journey to the Esso Cup, a tournament Imperial has sponsored for more than 20 years.
Imperial has donated $30,000 to the Fort McMurray Public School District (FMPSD), facilitated by the Canadian Mental Health Association of Wood Buffalo, to fund Heart Math - a digital tool to evaluate stress and anxiety levels.