Indigenous Relations

Indigenous Relations

Elite Vac & Steam is pleased to have established relationships with Indigenous communities in Northern Alberta. Our affiliation and workplace involvement with these communities have proven to be an outstanding partnership. We are pleased and truly honoured to work in partnership with multiple indigeneous and aboriginal communities in the Peace Region. These communities include Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation, Aseniwuche Winewak Nation of Canada, Horse Lake First Nation, Kelly Lake Cree Nation, and Lac Ste. Anne Metis Community

Proudly Supporting Grande Prairie Friendship Center

Janice Simoneau- family networker from GP Friendship Center(right) presenting Richard Chailler- General Manager at
Elite Vac and Steam with fresh bannock


The Grande Prairie Friendship Centre was founded in 1965 to administer and implement programs to meet the needs of Indigenous people migrating to or living in cities while bridging the cultural gap between the Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities.

In cooperation with community agencies, the Grande Prairie Friendship Center works vigilantly to remove barriers from the Indigenous community experiences.

Grande Prairie Friendship Centre provides leadership and opportunities that improve the well­being and self-­reliance of urban Indigenous people, and the community as a whole.

Elite Vac and Steam is a proud ongoing supporter of the Grande Prairie Friendship Center.


Business Relationships


Elite is the company it is because of our vast workforce. We can consistently meet and expand our strategic business goals by adopting mutually beneficial policies with participating parties.


Mutually Beneficial

By expanding and developing these relationships, we are hopeful that will have longstanding benefits for all engaged members.