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Our Partners

We know that by working with others, we can extend our reach and provide vital programs and services to even more Canadian women. The partners, supporters and donors listed below are just some of the many organizations who are playing a significant role in helping us build extraordinary futures for women.


Legacy Partners are our longest standing partners. These partners have contributed to Women Building Futures for 10 years or more and have contributed to the sustainable growth of our organization.

Suncor, CLAC, Government of Canada, Government of Alberta


Cornerstone Partners have invested cumulative giving of over $1 million dollars. These supporters have helped support major projects, expansion of programs and large-scale awareness across Canada. 

Suncor, Imperial Oil Ltd., Government of Canada, Government of Alberta, LNG Canada.


Growth Partners support with an annual investment of $50,000 or more. These supporters have provided valuable support of our mission and in-kind training for the women who attend our programming.  

CLAC, Inter Pipeline, Leacross Foundation, ConocoPhillips, TC Energy, Suncor, SureHire Occupational Testing, Pembina Pipeline Corporation, CN Rail.


Awareness Partners support with an annual investment of $500 – $49,999. These partners have supported career development opportunities for students and boosted awareness of opportunity for women in communities.

Graham, Brookfield, Petroleum Services Association of Canada, CP Rail, Careers Next Gen, Cranemasters, Chevron, City of Spruce Grove, Town of Stony Plain, North West Redwater Partnership/North West Refining, Spartan Controls, Alberta Construction Safety Association, Progressive Contractors Association of Canada, Alberta Ironworkers Apprenticeship and Training Plan (Local 720), Alberta Motor Transport Association, International Brotherhood of Boilermakers Local 146, PCL Constructors Inc., Fluor Constructors Canada Ltd.


Program Partners provide support through investment in our training programs, experiential learning for students, and employment opportunities for alumni.  

Carmacks, Caron Transport, Chemco, Coca-Cola Canada, Diversified Transportation, Finning, Loblaw Companies Limited, Martin Brower, Rosenau Transport, Suncor, Syncrude, Sysco, Trimac, United Rentals, Watt & Stewart, Westcan Bulk.


If you are interested in learning more about how you can support our mission, please contact us for more information.

Women Building Futures provides tuition costs per student for each of our training programs, to support partner employers in their application for the Canada-Alberta Job Grant.  

Cost Per Student for WBF Training Programs:
Journeywoman Start: $15,217.00
Professional Class 1 Driver: $15,000.00
Driver & Operator Training: $9,600.00
Heavy Equipment Technician (Edmonton & Fort McMurray): $15,000.00