Enbridge’s Multibillion-dollar project saw 218 Métis men and women trained through the Met secure high performance quality jobs on the largest project in the company’s history. The project strongly needs the support from Métis labor force to decommission its old pipeline still underground to secure the contract MMF N4 construction signed a joint venture with Alberta-based steel River Group. The team of mainly indigenous employees of which more than 70% were Métis would be charged with emptying the old pipeline, wiping it clean on the inside and out, disconnecting the pipeline from the main line to prevent any more oil from entering, permanently closing all valves cutting and sealing the pipeline and filling the lines under rail crossings. All of these were to be done while focused on the common goal of quality workmanship, culture awareness, environmental protection, and personal safety.

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