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Community Investment

​​A community offers strength and support. It creates a deeper sense of belonging. It fosters growth, creativity and innovation. It's a privilege to be part of the more than 300 communities along our pipeline system. We believe it's important to contribute to the safety, vibrancy and sustainability of the communities along our pipeline right-of-way.

Alliance Pipeline contributes in three core areas: 

  • Safe Communities: Local safety initiatives and organizations that help make our communities safer places to live.
  • Vibrant Communities: Programs and projects that are inclusive, future-thinking and bring out the best in people.
  • Sustainable Communities: Initiatives that contribute to a sustainable future by helping to improve, grow and nurture the environment.​

Learn more about our focus areas​.

Safe Community First Responder Program

​Alliance Pipeline supports emergency response organizations that serve communities along the pipeline through the Safe Community First Responder Program with up to $7,500 in grants for safety equipment, training or educational programs. Applications for the program are by invitation only. Learn more​.

Gifts-in-Kind

​Alliance Pipeline Auto Safety Kits can also be requested by community groups in support of fundraisers and local events through our online application​. Eligibility requirements apply.​

Supporting Indigenous Students at Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Alliance Pipeline donated $200,000 to Saskatchewan Polytechnic to bolster the efforts of the institution’s Indigenous Student Success Strategy—to provide a place of belonging where all students can feel welcomed, inspired, and empowered. Sask Polytech’s Indigenous Student Success Strategy works to increase recruitment, retention and success of Indigenous students across all programs. Learn more.

 WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU

​​Being part of a community means hearing from your neighbours about what's working (and sometimes what isn't). Here's your chance t​o tell us how we're doing.