We all share the same world, but the needs of local communities and extractive companies can sometimes lead to conflict. At Boréalis, we believe that it is possible to mitigate this conflict, by building transparent and long lasting relations between communities and extractive projects. Such relations can only be built over time, by engaging in a meaningful exchange in order to generate benefits for the communities and local economy. This ensures a sustainable outcome that will profit future generations. In this short video, Jules Paquette, President and CEO, describes what motivates us at Boréalis: help our clients walk the talk and allow them to respect the engagements they take towards local communities in terms of social responsibility and environmental performance.
Developing sustainability on a human scale
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