Trilogy’s financial commitment to Calgary, Fox Creek and First Nations communities continued in 2015, albeit reduced when compared to previous years. In 2015, Trilogy’s commitment to the Fox Creek Operator’s Group (“FCOG”) expanded and continues to be a priority. The man hours associated with the various FCOG subcommittees has increased and the commitment to the stakeholders in the Fox Creek region expanded to included focus on issues such as better drinking water, water sourcing, road use, induced seismicity, community development, air monitoring and overall operational efficiencies, with a mandate to develop natural resources in a transparent, sustainable and responsible manner.
In 2015, Trilogy employees gave their personal time to support local charities in Calgary and Fox Creek by assisting charities such as: Unlocking Potential, Santa’s Anonymous, The Fox Creek Nordic Trail and The Calgary Food Bank. Calgary employees also gave, where they could, to the Calgary United Way by way of payroll deductions in an effort to support this local Calgary initiative.