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Our Clients

Calian has delivered work directly to several remote and Indigenous communities across Canada as well as through Indigenous Services Canada.

Calian has developed comprehensive emergency plans for Interlake Reserves Tribal Council and provided community plan proposals for Peguis, Dauphin River, Pinaymootang, Little Saskatchewan, Kinonjeoshtegon and Lake Manitoba. We supported real-time learning by working with those communities during a real-life evacuation situation.

Calian delivers medical specialists (doctors, nurses, pharmacists, etc.) to support Indigenous communities. These services are delivered through FNIHB or through Community Health Authorities directly with significant support provided to Nunavut and Northern Ontario.

Memberships

Indigenous Works Leadership Circle: https://indigenousworks.ca/en

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business: https://www.ccab.com/

Luminary - Indigenous Innovation Initiative (led by Indigenous Works)

Bruce Power Indigenous Suppliers Network

Canadian Chamber of Commerce Indigenous Engagement Taskforce

Our Partners

Indigenous Works
CCAB

Emergency Operations Centre

Emergency Management Solutions: Developing Comprehensive Plans

Calian worked with the village of Telkwa, BC, to develop a guide with pre-planned routing and advance decisions to support residents during an evacuation. Read more:
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Developing Effective Risk Communication by Implementing Simple Strategies

2020 has presented us with global challenges and has created a need to discuss risk in ways that feels more urgent than we are used to. Fortunately, the need to communicate risk is not new, and many of us have been considering...
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Digital Health

Truth in Reconciliation: Celebrating Indigenous-Non-Indigenous Partnerships

On December 13, 2019 Calian Ltd. and Saulteaux Tribal Nation L.P., a First Nations-owned and operated company in Manitoba, announced a partnership agreement to deliver emergency management services and best practices to other First Nations in Manitoba. This partnership is the culmination...
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Virtual, Traditional or Hybrid EOC: What Do You Need to Achieve?

An emergency operation centre (EOC) should enable people to respond to and plan the recovery from an emergency as effectively as possible. This is true of a brick and mortar EOC, a virtual EOC and of a hybrid model. While there are...
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Emergency Management

Nuclear and Environmental

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Custom Training Solutions

Training as a Service

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Meet our experts

Lindsay Kirby-McGregor

Lindsey develops, delivers, facilitates, and evaluates programs for Indigenous students and community members. Her educational background is in education and social work with an Indigenous specialization.

Lindsey can offer proposal, research and facilitation guidance, and support projects that integrate traditional and local knowledge into policy and program development.

Lindsey is a member of Whitefish River First Nation.

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Alexandra McCabe

Digital Health

With over 13 years in the Calian Health Team, Alexandra applies health services expertise to manage highly skilled nursing teams across Canada in support of northern and Inuit communities. Alexandra ensures Calian is viewed as a trusted partner that can respond quickly with practical solutions to rapidly changing needs. She also manages relationships with a number of provincial and federal health customers receiving impactful mental health and primary care services.

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Terri Dougall

As the Director of Corporate Affairs, Terri focuses on strategic initiatives including Defence and Indigenous Strategy, government relations, strategic partnerships, M&A integration and the development of an Enterprise Risk Management program. Terri supports the CEO, CFO and senior leadership team on several corporate strategic growth and business transformation programs and projects.

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