Link recognizes that without community, we wouldn’t be where we are today. We thrive together or fall alone, that’s why we have instilled a sense of community in everything that we do. From our workplace to our homes, we are all in this together.
Nekaneet First Nation has a long history in the Cypress Hills, located in southwest Saskatchewan. When Treaty 4 was signed September 16, 1874 in Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan, First Nations across southern Saskatchewan. Nekaneet and approximately 100 followers decided to stay in their ancestral land in the Cypress Hills, where the First Nation calls home.
At LSSI we will;
• Ensure our employees have the skills and training to perform their duties while respecting the rights of Indigenous Peoples.
• Recognize there are many distinctions among Indigenous Communities and acknowledge their unique languages, cultures and priorities
• Develop and maintain long lasting and grounded relationships with our local Indigenous people and communities.
• Increase Indigenous representation in all levels of our workforce.
• Respect environmental stewardship within the treaty territory on which we conduct business in.
• Support Indigenous business to increase procurement opportunities to support their local communities’ growth and their capacity for long term mutual benefits of the local Indigenous communities and LSSI.
• Commit to supporting community investment opportunities that align with the values of local Indigenous communities.