Supporting Indigenous Cultures & Communities

We are passionate about building trusted partnerships and enduring relationships with Canada’s First Nations, Métis, and Inuit communities.

Clark Builders has responded to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls To Action with commitments to advance our strengths, contributions, and leadership in:

  • Indigenous cultural awareness, education, and respect within Clark Builders
  • Recruitment, training, mentoring and retention of Indigenous team members
  • Project development support and realization for Indigenous community infrastructure needs.
  • Inclusive and supportive procurement practices for capacity building with Indigenous community subcontractors and suppliers
  • Development of long-term Indigenous community partnerships and sustainable economic development opportunities





We demonstrate leadership in building quality relationships with Indigenous peoples as we honour and strive to understand Indigenous experiences, histories, and culture. Our Indigenous Relations Working Committee is a cross-representative group of internal team members that develops proactive plans, practices, and policies to establish Clark Builders as a recognized leader in corporate performance for Indigenous relations.


Clark Builders has entered the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) Committed stage of our journey. We are investing in resources, policies, procedures, and programs to achieve full PAR Certification in the future and honouring our commitment to the Indigenous People of Canada.


We are proud to be a part of community development and growth through the projects and local infrastructure we help build. We are committed to partnering with Indigenous communities throughout all project design, preconstruction, and procurement stages. Our local hiring strategies and engaging business practices benefit all parties and leave lasting legacies in the communities we help build.

Clark Builders recognizes that we live, work and build across Canada on the ancestral lands of many First Nation, Métis and Inuit communities.

We also recognize the collective legitimacy of Aboriginal rights and title, and respect the diversity between and among First Nation, Métis and Inuit peoples across this nation.

We value the contributions of Indigenous people as stewards of the lands we share, and we are committed to our role in the journey towards Truth and Reconciliation.