Congratulations to the recipients of our 2023 Momentum Indigenous Scholarship

Every moment creates momentum.

Congratulations to the recipients of our 2023 Momentum Indigenous Scholarship. This scholarship recognizes Indigenous students from communities near our operations who are pursuing their passion through education and making a meaningful contribution in their classroom and community.

2023 Momentum Indigenous Scholarship Recipients

·        Bryanna Carter
·        Emma Desjarlais
·        Jennifer Garcia-Desjardin
·        Kaileen Gordon
·        Kaley Wahpenahwasis
·        Kendra Moore
·        Kimberly Hudy
·        Kim Letendre
·        Nyden Iron-Nighttraveller
·        Seth Durocher Anderson
·        Shelby Kennedy
·        Trya Metchewais-Wells

We are proud to support you as you create positive momentum for the future. 

Cutting Emissions and Keeping Industry Competitive

Strathcona’s post combustion carbon capture pilot located near Cold Lake, Alberta was selected by Emissions Reduction Alberta to receive funding from their recent Industrial Transformation Challenge – one of just 14 initiatives to be chosen! We are excited about the promising decarbonization solution this support is helping to enable, which has industrial applications beyond oil and gas. Watch the funding announcement here featuring remarks from Strathcona’s President & CEO, Rob Morgan.

Indigenous People’s Day Event Recap

Earlier this week the James Gang Drummers of Aseniwuche Winewak Nation honoured the Strathcona team with a singing, drumming and storytelling performance to celebrate Indigenous People Day. They travelled from Grand Cache to Calgary through snow, rain and floods to create this incredible experience for us. We are very grateful for their willingness to share their history and culture with our team in such a deeply meaningful way. A heartfelt thank you to James Gang Drummers for joining us and also to Devonian Garden for hosting this special event. 

Strathcona Launches 2023 Momentum Indigenous Scholarship

The Strathcona Momentum Indigenous Scholarship is back and accepting applications for the 2023/24 school year!

If you’re an Indigenous student pursuing post-secondary studies or a skilled trade, you could receive a $5000 scholarship. Previous recipients are welcome to reapply.

Every moment creates momentum. This is yours!

Learn more about our scholarship program at and apply by June 16.

Saskatchewan Premier Tours Strathcona Facilities

Earlier this week, Strathcona had the opportunity to tour Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe and Kindersley MLA Ken Francis through our newly acquired Saskatchewan thermal and rail assets located near Meota. These assets produce nearly 40,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day using a steam-assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) technology which originated in the province of Saskatchewan. Hear more about the Premier’s visit in this clip from CTV Saskatoon.

Strathcona Resources Brings Holiday Comfort to Grande Prairie Pediatric Patients

Strathcona’s generous team of employees and vendors at our Kakwa location set out to raise $5,000 to help bolster the Grande Prairie Regional Hospital’s dwindling teddy bear supply – and they raised $84,000 instead!

A heartfelt thanks to all who participated. This contribution will help bring comfort to sick kids throughout the holiday season and year-round. Because the $5,000 goal was surpassed so substantially, additional funds will be used to support some of the hospital’s other pediatric needs.

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Proposed Bonnyville theatre to be named Strathcona Performing Arts Centre

In partnership with the Clayton Bellamy Foundation for the Arts, Strathcona is excited to help bring increased artistic opportunity to Bonnyville and the entire Lakeland region through the new Strathcona Performing Arts Centre!

The Centre, which represents our largest community investment to date, will showcase local talent, entertain community audiences, and support young and promising artists to follow their dreams.

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