Help us shape the future of energy in Ontario

Union Gas crew installing natural gas pipe

Help us shape the future of energy in Ontario

Help us shape the future of energy in Ontario

Union Gas crew installing natural gas pipe

Help us shape the future of energy in Ontario

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If you want an exciting and rewarding career, you've come to the right place. Help us shape the future of energy in Ontario.

There's an Ojibway teaching that talks about each person carrying a fire within and "whether it's through the knowledge we have, or through our experiences and associations, we are responsible for maintaining that fire."

We identify with those thoughts and acknowledge them. Our "fire" is found in our giving corporate culture, our relentless pursuit of safety and in our drive to bring affordable energy to Ontarians.

We want to answer a crucial question: where do you go to find a job with us?

Before we direct you to the right place, we'd like to tell you that our Careers site is an all-encompassing site listing available jobs, profiles of employees and descriptions of the key front-line, operations and professional career paths available.

Visit our Careers page. We think you’ll like what you see.

Visit our careers page

What Indigenous employment means to you and to us

So what do you get when you join our team? You get the responsibility and the challenge of bringing to the people of Ontario the energy they need and want. You also are joining an amazing team of individuals who care about doing the best job and who care about helping the communities they serve.

How does this all relate to Indigenous Peoples? What does it mean? There's one easy answer: We always strive to be good partners with Indigenous Peoples.

We truly believe diversity and inclusion make us a stronger organization from the inside out. Those are more than statements for us. They are actionable—and not just within the organization.

USRs in training
Good energy starts here: Find out why working with us is more than just a job.

We have, for example, developed and implemented an Indigenous economic development initiative that focuses on employment as well as education and environment. Since introducing the initiative in 2013, more than 100 Indigenous community members have been hired by Union Gas’ alliance contractors.

Through the Enbridge Website

Success story

A6N - Aecon-Six Nations joint venture logoIn 2014, we facilitated the creation of A6N, a joint venture between Aecon Group Inc. and Six Nations of the Grand River to perform a broad range of utilities-related work. The venture now employs 82 people and does more than $40 million in business annually.