Oct 16, 2020


Sisters in Spirit


On October 5th, 2020, a Sisters in Spirit event was hosted at Cedar Valley Lodge, the workforce accommodation centre at the LNG Canada site.

Sisters in Spirit events across Canada are to honour the memory and raise awareness of the more than 1,200 Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada, many of whom have not received justice. The event was part of the cultural programming offered at the Lodge.

A panel consisting of Craig Hallden, Indigenous Relations Manager, LNG Canada, Hope Regimbald, Indigenous Relations Advisor, LNG Canada, Crystal Smith, Elected Chief Councillor of the Haisla Nation, Teresa Windsor, Community Cultural Coordinator, Haisla Nation, Ryan Franke, Local Content & Indigenous Relations Lead, JGC Fluor (LNG Canada’s engineering, procurement and construction contractor) and Kirsten Godbout, General Manager, Sodexo (the operator of Cedar Valley Lodge) shared experiences, spoke about root causes and discussed how to effect positive change. Watch the video to learn more.

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