In BC, steps towards reconciliation with Indigenous peoples has moved to the forefront of government and industry priorities. Indigenous consent, partnership and engagement shape how we farm every day.
“Grieg Seafood BC’s most important relationship is the relationship we have with our Indigenous partners and First Nations communities in whose territory we operate. Reconciliation and the implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is at the heart of all activities in BC.”
- Jennifer Woodland, Managing Director of Grieg Seafood BC
Reconciliation & DRIPA
At Grieg BC, we strive to follow the commitment and path to reconciliation every day with Indigenous peoples, partners and communities along the coast where we work and live.
Projects & Partnerships
Coastal First Nations have known both the land and ocean around us for millennia. Partnering with them on projects and operations is a privilege.
Indigenous & Community Relations Division
In late 2018, Grieg BC introduced a new division focusing on Indigenous & Community Relations. Obtaining the consent of the Nations in whose territory Grieg operates, or wishes to operate in, is Grieg BC’s Indigenous & Community Relations division’s main priority.