Tesco is committed to strengthening relationships with the fastest-growing segment of Saskatchewan’s workforce: the First Nation and Métis communities. These relationships have become increasingly important as we expand our operations into the rural regions of Saskatchewan and see this as an opportunity to build a future workforce. Tesco is proud to announce the approval and execution of their Aboriginal Strategy, which is testament to the company’s commitment to engage the Aboriginal community; starting with the George Gordon First Nation community. Tesco was pleased to have met the Chief and Council and are optimistic of future relationships with this business savvy administration.
A special thanks to Chief Shawn Longman, Kim Sinclair, Howard Anderson (aka Johnson), Donna Anderson-Blind, Nathan Bitternose, Corey Blind, John Blind, John McNab, Terry-Lynn McNab, Hugh Pratt, and Ashley Whitehawk. Thank you to Lyle Daniels who was instrumental in arranging the introduction.
Tesco is excited at the opportunity to work with the Chief Shawn Longman and the rest of the George Gordon First Nation. It is our intent to provide GGFN community with gateways into the electrical and mechanical trades via our Aboriginal Strategy. We encourage the involvement of Aboriginal content at all levels of the company and see this as an opportunity to build and sustain a growing workforce. and it is our intent to provide gateways into the electrical and mechanical trades via Tesco’s Aboriginal Strategy. We encourage the involvement of Aboriginal content at all levels of the company and see this as an opportunity to build and sustain a growing workforce.