28 Feb 2024

Community visit to Marten Falls First Nation

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Visiting Marten Falls First Nation in January

As we work and live in the region, we acknowledge that the Esker Site is on the territory of the Anishnawbe people of Marten Falls First Nation and neighbours Webequie First Nation, both signatories to Treaty 9. As we work here, we seek to gain and apply knowledge of the rich history of the land – we are all treaty people with a responsibility to honour the Anishnawbe customs and teachings.

Clyde Moonias
Community Relations Coordinator Clyde Moonias

That is why connecting and spending time in communities is extremely important to us. While it is a great opportunity to present company updates on our activities, it is more important that we listen and receive feedback from community members.

Our last trip to Marten Falls was in the summer of 2023, so it was wonderful to be back in the new year. Many thanks to the community members who participated in the open house and meeting sessions and a special shout-out to the staff at Henry Coaster Memorial School for setting us up with accommodation and preparing our food.

It is always an honour to spend quality time in your community! For those who were unable to attend any of the meetings, we would be happy to provide copies of our presentation.

Visiting Marten Falls First Nation

As we progress with our Eagle’s Nest Project this year, we would love the opportunity to visit your community. These visits can be set up as one- or two-days where our team will meet with community members to answer any questions you may have.

We want to hear from you

Our Eagle’s Nest Project is setting a new benchmark for sustainable mining in Canada as we focus on three key areas:

  • People
  • Planet
  • Project.

If you would like to set up a community visit to learn more, please reach out to our Community Relations Coordinator, Clyde Moonias.