Husky’s Community Investment program supports charitable organizations in the regions where it operates.
Husky works with municipal, Indigenous and business leaders, as well as charitable organizations to identify community needs. The community investment program builds and strengthens meaningful relationships.
Priority funding areas include education and training, health and wellness, and community building initiatives.
Husky hires graduates and tradespeople with an understanding of the industry. To help ensure qualified candidates, investments are made in science and technology programs at colleges and universities, and to introduce skilled trades and science and technology careers to youth.
In funding scholarships and program development there is a focus on providing women and Indigenous students with opportunities for careers in the energy sector.
Initiatives recently supported include:
- Calgary Youth Science Fair, Calgary, Alberta ? science and technology competition
- Earth Rangers ?educating youth about conservation
- First Robotics, Calgary, Alberta ?science and technology competition
- Job Safety Skills Society, Alberta and Saskatchewan ?occupational and process safety
- Lakeland College, Lloydminster, Alberta ?power engineering training
- MADD Canada ?teaching materials
- Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan ?power engineering training
- Science Enhancement for Science Advancement, Lima, Ohio ?high school science and math programming
Husky has created various education and research opportunities:
- Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador ?subsea and harsh environment engineering research
- University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta ?asphalt research, project management research
- University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba ?biofuel research
- University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario ?sedimentology and petroleum geology fellowships
Scholarships and Bursaries
Husky provides a number of scholarships and bursaries at colleges and universities in areas where it operates, which are managed by the individual academic institutions.
Health facilities and programs are essential to a healthy, sustainable community. Husky’s investments in health and wellness include preventive education and training, outreach programs and research, and investing in equipment for hospitals and health centres that support physical and mental health initiatives.
Husky supports a wide range of health and wellness initiatives, including:
- Alberta Children’s Hospital (in partnership with the University of Calgary), Calgary, Alberta ?child and maternal health research
- Canadian Cancer Society, Newfoundland and Labrador ?education and training outreach
- CNIB, Newfoundland and Labrador ?eye safety program
- Cold Lake Hospital, Cold Lake, Alberta ?medical equipment
- Janeway Children’s Hospital, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador ?clinical simulation unit
- Local HERO Foundation, Fort McMurray, Alberta ? helicopter medevac services
- Saint Rita’s Medical Center, Lima, Ohio ? shock trauma waiting room
- Shriners Hospitals for Children, Montreal, Quebec ?capital campaign
- Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation, Edmonton, Alberta ?medical equipment and emergency department expansion
Husky funds charitable organizations that help create vibrant communities through their programming and support. Initiatives include assisting at-risk populations, and supporting Indigenous culture, arts and culture, and environmental initiatives.
These investments provide opportunities and services that build stronger communities.
- Indigenous scholarships
- Alberta Ballet, Calgary, Alberta – sponsor
- Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta – artist fund
- Calgary Opera, Calgary, Alberta – sponsor
- Calgary Police Foundation, Calgary, Alberta – supporting the Multi Agency School Support Team
- Calgary Zoo, Calgary, Alberta – Greater Sage Grouse and Northern Leopard Frog conservation research
- Chief Albert Wright School, Tulita, Northwest Territories – hot breakfast program
- Lima Symphony Orchestra Association, Lima, Ohio – sponsor
- Meals on Wheels, Hamilton, Ontario – refrigeration trucks
- Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra Association, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador – sponsor
- North West Regional College, North Battleford, Saskatchewan – high school upgrading for First Nation students