Tech-and-Trades Mastery at the 'Olympics of Skills'

Stars of Skills Canada - Nova Scotia show off their expertise, spread awareness of trades careers

It’s a common dream for many to turn pro—but in pursuits like soccer, hockey, volleyball and . . . machinery?

That’s a possibility with Skills Canada, and its Nova Scotia chapter has been performing exceptionally on a national and world stage for years in skills pertaining to trades and technology.

Therapeutic Horsemanship Gets Northern Minnesota Riders Saddled Up

Jack Pine Stables offers equine therapy for Veterans, Native Americans and those with special needs

Horses have been long known to elicit a special connection with humans, and Jack Pine Stables has been mastering this art for over two decades.

Now located in Akeley, MN, this therapeutic horse program offers lessons for riders young and old with incalculable benefits, both physically and mentally. From improving balance and core strength to building self-esteem and confidence, riders come back year after year to mount these gentle giants.

First Nation Capital Investment Partnership Teams Up With Enbridge to Advance CO2 Storage Solutions

Local Indigenous communities in Alberta to have ownership stake in future carbon transportation and storage projects
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EDMONTON, Alberta, TREATY 6, February 3, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Enbridge Inc. (TSX: ENB) (NYSE: ENB) and the First Nation Capital Investment Partnership (FNCIP) have reached an agreement to advance the proposed Open Access Wabamun Carbon Hub (the Hub) west of Edmonton. The Hub is being developed as an innovative combination of carbon transportation and storage solutions to support recently announced carbon capture projects from Capital Power Corporation (Capital Power), Lehigh Hanson Materials Limited (Lehigh Cement), and potentially others.

A Commitment to Transparency, Equality, and Parity in the Workplace


Enbridge named again to Bloomberg’s Gender Equality Index, earns first spot on Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s Corporate Equality Index

To keep gaining career yardage—or even to get in the game—it’s important to have a level playing field.

Swooping in to Save Prairie Birds of Prey

Alberta Birds of Prey Foundation focuses on rescue, release and education for birds and humans alike

It started as backyard care for a few injured birds—and it’s developed into one of the world’s premier bird conservation facilities.

The launch of the Alberta Birds of Prey Foundation wasn’t total happenstance, however. From a young age, co-founder and managing director Colin Weir knew he was passionate about conservation and environmental learning.

Catalyst Award Is ‘Something to Be Proud Of’

Enbridge receives prestigious global recognition for excellence in diversity, equity and inclusion
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Enbridge has been recognized by Catalyst, a global non-profit organization that helps build workplaces that work for women, with the prestigious Catalyst Award.

Hydrogen Blending Project Now Operational, Reducing Carbon Footprint of Natural Gas Delivered by Enbridge Gas

GTA residents could soon be cooking with gas. Hydrogen gas, that is.

Enbridge Gas Inc. and project partner Cummins Inc. announced today that North America’s first hydrogen blending initiative is fully operational, and successfully serving the southern Ontario city of Markham.

Enbridge Gas now has the capacity to deliver blended gas—that is, clean hydrogen injected into the natural gas distribution network to reduce the fuel’s carbon footprint—to about 3,600 customers in Markham.

First Responder Virtual Reality Training: No Risk, All Reward

Pellston Public Schools offers law enforcement and emergency responder training in a virtual setting

Virtual reality isn’t just for gaming, and the proof is in Pellston Public Schools.

The Michigan-based middle and high school recently purchased virtual reality (VR) fire and law enforcement training tools. The equipment brings some real-life experience to the classroom—without the real-life risk attached to it.

Weekend Wisdom for Motor City Students

Detroit Area Pre-College Engineering Program unveils career opportunities with Saturday STEM courses

Students may not know it now, but their six-week course with Detroit Area Pre-College Engineering Program (DAPCEP) just might set them on a new career trajectory.

Held in conjunction with local school districts and post-secondary partners such as the University of Michigan, DAPCEP delivers educational programs related to STEM industries to roughly 11,000 students per year.

Hitting the Slopes and Moving Mountains

People with disabilities achieve independence on Michigan ski hills, thanks to Moving Mountains Adaptive Program

When her first child was born with a disability, this Wisconsin mom hung up her skis.

She’d envisioned taking her kids up the mountain and teaching them to love the sport she’d loved all her life, but that dream was no longer possible, she thought.


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