ATCO is one of Northern Canada’s largest, most diverse and deeply-rooted companies. Operating in the Yukon since 1901 and the Northwest Territories since 1951, ATCO generates and delivers power to more than 30,000 customers in dozens of communities across the region. ATCO has also previously built modular facilities for Canada’s Department of National Defense and continues to provide facility maintenance and support services at Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) sites across the North.
ATCO also has a long history of building and maintaining sincere and mutually-beneficial partnerships with Indigenous communities across the North, and supporting initiatives that encourage the preservation of northern cultures and languages, promote reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, and help realize the vision and commitment of organizations working to improve the lives of people living in Canada’s north.
For decades, ATCO has partnered with Denendeh Investments Incorporated (DII) in Northland Utilities, the Pan Arctic Inuit Logistics Corporation (PAIL) in Nasittuq, and the Nunavut Petroleum Corporation (representing the Nunasi Corporation and Qikiqtaaluk Corporation) in UQSUQ. For more information about ATCO’s Northern operations, Indigenous partnerships and investments in communities across the North, visit www.atco.com.