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ort McKay First Nation lies on the shores of the
                                                           Athabasca River, 60 kilometers north of Fort

                                                   FMcMurray. A proud signatory to Treaty 8, Fort McKay

                                                    First Nation is comprised of approximately 900 Dene and
                                                    Cree people who reside both in the community and across


                                                    Soogadin was created in 2019 by Fort Mckay First Nation

                                                    and Brock Canada to enhance industry solutions, and

                                                    was founded on a shared vision of value and innovation
                                                    and will be the biggest Indigenous scaffolding, insulation,

                                                    fireproofing, and sandblasting provider in Canada. Leveraging
                                                    the expertise of two progressive businesses, this joint

                                                    venture brings leadership, operating efficiency, and a focus

                                                    on community to the industry.

                                                    “This joint venture is founded on a shared vision of value
                                                    and innovation with a focus on providing the energy industry

                                                    with powerful and progressive solutions,” says Soogadin’s

                                                    General Manager, Pieter Smits. “The Nation has a successful
                                                    and long-established record of relationship-building with

                                                    the various oil sands mining companies that operate in its

                                                    traditional territory.”

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