Kimesskanemenow LP has demonstrated its’ strong commitment to giving back to the communities where we work and live. Our contributions help to create strong, energetic communities where our business and employees can flourish and community members can live and work well.
The Board of Kimesskanemenow LP believes that success isn't just a reward; with success comes responsibility. Therefore, Kimesskanemenow LP is honoured to give back to its owner communities in various ways including:
As a good corporate citizen, Kimesskanemenow LP has supported the cultural, social and economic life of Mushkegowuk Communities through donations and sponsorships. We believe in giving back to our local communities, and are a strong supporter of many events and activities.
The following is a list of some of the donations we have made in the past several years:
Kimesskanemenow is proud to have been able to give back approximately $1.6 million in dividends to its owner communities.
The owners of Kimesskanemenow believe that the best way to make a long-term impact in the world is to help people help themselves. Since its start in 2001, one of the guiding principals of Kimesskanemenow has been working to develop capacity in our employees, within our organization and within the communities that we serve.
Capacity means "ability." We have worked over the years with First Nation administrations, and community contractors to increase competence in the areas of project management, quality control, health and safety management, human resource management and financial management. We believe that we have left a lasting legacy in the community members that we have worked with, leaving behind transferable skills and a much stronger community.
Local community members and local contractors are given priority access to work on the James Bay Winter Road, and Kimesskanemenow is charged with enforcing this.
Kimesskanemenow is very proud of the fact that all of the work on the winter road is allocated to locally owned and operated community subcontractors, or the First Nations themselves. This ensures that in addition to having access to an excellent winter road, community members benefit to the maximum extent from the winter roadwork.