Indigenous Inclusion Policy
Pitbull Energy Services recognizes and respects that Indigenous Peoples have traditional knowledge, values, beliefs, and connections to the land.
June is National Indigenous History Month
During this month we celebrate, learn, and recognize the rich history, heritage, resilience and perspectives of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples across Turtle Island
The month of June was named National Indigenous History Month in 2009 by a unanimous motion in Canada’s House of Commons
This month is an opportunity for all Canadians to reflect upon the past, present, and future of Indigenous Peoples: their history, sacrifices, struggles, contributions, culture, and strength
Leadership: our leaders drive an organizational focus on Indigenous inclusion and activities which achieve sustained positive results.
Employment: dedicated resources to support achieving equitable representation of Indigenous Peoples in our workforce.
Community Relationships: dedicated resources to support our relationships with Indigenous Peoples, communities, and groups; focused on engagement and support.
Pitbull Energy Services is a member of the Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business (CCAB) has recently been accepted to the CCAB Progressive Aboriginal Relations Program. Pitbull is committed to Indigenous Inclusion and are currently in the build phase of our Indigenous Inclusion Work Plan having recently completed our Indigenous Inclusion Policy and Strategy.
Orange Shirt Day 2022
The Moose Hide Campaign
The Moose Hide Campaign is a grassroots movement of Indigenous and non-Indigenous men and boys who are standing up against violence towards women and children.
Pitbull employees wear the moose hide to signify their commitment to honour, respect the women and children in their lives and to work together with other men and boys to end violence against women and children.