Stream Source is an Indigenous-owned national provider of innovative recruitment and contractor management services. We equip Indigenous people with training, jobs and opportunities in diverse sectors of the economy. Our partnership joins the Economic Arm of Zone II Regional Council of the Métis Nation of Alberta (ZII MNA) and Poundmaker Cree Nation (PCN) – specifically the Major Projects Group Canada Inc. (MPG) and BOWEN, a leading recruitment and contractor management company. Stream Source is able to offer a healthy and balanced Indigenous Procured solution to the growing demand of the economy that is founded in transparency, integrity and collaboration.
Stream Source’s mission is to secure long-term sustainable employment for Indigenous people; trades people and Indigenous businesses in a manner that is based on mutual trust, common understanding and open dialogue. The company specializes in a wide range of workforce solutions to our clients including recruitment services, contractor management and payroll services.
Stream Source remains committed to support employment and business opportunities with local and Indigenous stakeholders in several of Canada’s communities including Poundmaker Cree Nation, Zone II Metis Nation of Alberta and Duncan’s First Nation. These commitments include working with client contractors to support the development of local and Indigenous subcontracting and employment programs that align with Stream Source’s Indigenous Relations and Corporate Social Responsibility Policies.
Stream Source operates offices in Edmonton and Calgary and is actively working with top employers and talent across Canada. Stream Source is setting new benchmarks and good practice standards across the scope of Indigenous employment.
Across the country, employers are realizing the importance of building strategic partnerships and integrating Indigenous Peoples into their skilled workforces. Stream Source offers our client’s the support and guidance to develop workforce strategies that address this need. For many, the Indigenous hiring...Read More
To ensure we actively contribute to a fair and balanced shift of economic development to the Indigenous economy as we remain committed to establishing healthy community relations and stimulate economic growth by engaging businesses and individuals located in the areas...Read More
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