Community Relations

Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline and Enbridge Inc. are proud of our investment in local community activities that advance three areas key to our success in Atlantic Canada:

Educational Attainment

  • Programs that help ensure at least a high school education or equivalency for at-risk students
  • Primary through 12 education that meets the company/communities’ professional needs, including math, science, technology and business acumen

Community Vitality

  • Health and human services, through federated campaigns (i.e. United Way)
  • Environmental conservation, education and research
  • Community leadership development
  • Targeted arts giving

Competitive Workforce

  • Job entry skills for the new economy
  • Training of unemployed and underemployed workers
  • Higher education that meets the company’s professional needs

Below are some of our sponsored programs:

Atlantic Wildlife Institute
Atlantica Centre for Energy
Discovery Centre
Ducks Unlimited
Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival
Nature Conservancy Canada
Neptune Theatre
New Glasgow Dragon Boat Festival
Nova Scotia Nature Trust
NS Skills Competition
NS Youth Experiences in Science
Phoenix Youth Programs
Sherbrooke Village Museum
Stan Rogers Folk Festival
Strait Regional Science Fair
Summer Street Industries
SuperNova at Dalhousie
Symphony Nova Scotia
YMCA Corporate Heroes

Maritimes & Northeast Pipeline’s scholarship program also recognizes students for academic achievement in engineering, science, and technology at Nova Scotia Community College, Dalhousie University, Cape Breton University, and University of New Brunswick.

In addition, Maritimes & Northeast is a proud supporter of community food banks, oil & gas industry events, and energy education for Nova Scotia teachers.