Indigenous Relations

MEG commits to pursuing sustainable relationships with Indigenous nations and groups in proximity to, or impacted by, MEG’s operations.

Our Belief

We understand our projects have an impact on local and surrounding communities, and that it is critical to create and maintain relationships founded on respect and trust throughout the lifecycle of our projects in order for Indigenous peoples and MEG to find mutual benefit.

We believe that through these actions, we can meaningfully advance reconciliation.
Our goal is to strengthen the long-term relationship with Indigenous peoples and communities that is founded on continued respect and trust, which will create continued mutual benefit for Indigenous peoples and MEG.
Polices & initiatives

Our Approach

We are committed to the inclusion of Indigenous people in our business through business opportunities and employment. Our approach is guided by the following policies and initiatives:

Indigenous Awareness Education
Economic Inclusion Initiatives

Our Targets


We are committed to the inclusion of Indigenous Peoples throughout the design, development, operation and reclamation of MEG’s operations.

Indigenous Businesses

MEG will evaluate and implement opportunities to increase participation of Indigenous businesses and businesses that employ Indigenous peoples throughout our business.

Infrastructure Equity

Prioritize and evaluate infrastructure equity opportunities with Indigenous groups.

2023 ESG Report​

Read more about our performance in our 2023 ESG Report.​

Incident Notification

Incident notification – April 30, 2016 – Meg Energy announces that today, at approximately 08:15 hrs, during work carried out on a natural gas well near the village of Edmonton in Alberta.