People & Governance

We’re people-focused.

Our team is made up of Albertans who thrive on connecting locally, respecting stakeholders, and building strong, sustainable communities. Understanding the concerns and values of our stakeholders helps guide our values, and our operations.

As we work to develop the TM-PHES, the team at Evolve will be visible, talking to you about what the project means for you, your family, and your community.

A key component of the  TM-PHES permitting process will be the participant involvement program (PIP), which follows a well-established template for positive and effective stakeholder consultation.

Our Commitments to
the Community

Communicate in a clear, accurate and timely way.

Wherever possible, seek feedback and input from stakeholders in the decisions that affect them.


Act as a good corporate citizen and make sure our employees and contractors understand their obligations when interacting with stakeholder.


Wherever possible, seek feedback and input from stakeholders in the decisions that affect them.


Foster sustainable growth in the areas in which we operate, providing job and business opportunities.


Employ local people and contractors where possible.

TM-PHES employment

The TM-PHES will create jobs across a range of skill sets:






Evolve is committed to being a good corporate citizen. Our aim is to foster sustainable growth in the areas in which we operate, providing job and business opportunities. We are committed to employing local people where possible.

We are also committed to employing and working collaboratively and constructively with Indigenous Peoples.

Our Community Liaison Team

Our Community Liaison Team is available by appointment to answer questions as well as provide factsheets, newsletters, and information about our projects and our company.

Working with Indigenous Communities is our Priority

Evolve recognizes our operations transect the traditional territories of many First Nations and Metis’ groups. Evolve welcomes feedback, asks for input, and will listen to the concerns of the Indigenous peoples who may be impacted by our activities. Evolve respects the values and rights of Indigenous peoples everywhere.

Our Commitment to Working with Indigenous Communities

We will strive to exceed the minimum standards required under any regulatory regime. This is because working with indigenous communities, including Treaty and non-Treaty communities, is important to us.

Working with Indigenous Communities is our Priority


Recognize the importance of collaboration with Indigenous communities to identify and respond to their issues and concerns.


Acknowledge the need to pursue meaningful and respectful consultation with Indigenous communities.


Respect the unique history, diverse culture, values, and beliefs of Indigenous peoples.


Acknowledge and respect the Treaty and Constitutional Rights of Indigenous peoples.


Respect concerns and issues expressed by Indigenous communities and, where possible, incorporate and/or address them within a project design or regulatory process. This could include mitigation, monitoring and reclamation activities.

© 2023 Evolve Power

Evolve Power Ltd. would like to acknowledge the traditional territories of the Treaty 7 First Nations in Southern Alberta, which include; the Pikani Nation, the Kainai Nation, the Siksika Nation of the Blackfoot (Nitsitapi) Confederacy, the Chiniki Nation, the Bearspaw Nation, the Wesley Nation of the Stoney Nakoda Nations and the Tsuut’ina Nation.

Southern Alberta is also home to Otipemisiwak Metis of Alberta.

We also wish to acknowledge the Ktunaxa ?amaki?, the homeland of the Ktunaxa people of Southern British Columbia.

PO Box 610
Coleman, Alberta, Canada
T0K 0M0


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