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We Are Communica

A Creative, Responsive and Trusted partner

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Our Story

With modest beginnings in 2002, Communica has grown to be the largest stakeholder and Aboriginal engagement specialist firm in Western Canada. We have the knowledge, capacity and experience to handle the toughest engagement challenges and most rigorous regulatory practices. Our work is guided by our belief that authentic, open and transparent engagement leads to better decision-making and builds mutual respect and trust with stakeholders.

Participated as expert witnesses in 6 regulatory hearings with respect to public consultation or Aboriginal consultation
Planned and executed over 1,000 community meetings across Canada
Worked on over 300 pipeline and other regulatory infrastructure applications in Canada

Our Expertise

There is a quiet confidence that only comes with experience gained over time. This experience allows us to move seamlessly between corporate boardroom settings and remote communities. Our four service pillars complement one another and can be used together to provide a complete engagement/consultation service package, or they can be used separately on a stand-alone basis.

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Featured Work

In 2011, Quicksilver Resources Canada Inc. (Quicksilver) looked to Communica to provide stakeholder and Aboriginal engagement, communication and information management support services for the BC environmental assessment for the Fortune Creek Gas Plant (the Project) application

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Communica is on Instagram!

We are on Instagram! The social media landscape is changing and having an Instagram account allows us to be more cutting edge and connect to a broader target segment. By connecting with our clients, current employees, and future employees on Instagram we are hoping to expand our social media influence and connect to people and … Continued

National Aboriginal Day

Wednesday, June 21, 2017 is National Aboriginal Day. A variety of celebrations are happening throughout Canada to celebrate Inuit, Metis and First Nations. National Aboriginal Day was established in 1996 by former Governor General Roméo A. LeBlanc. It is a day devoted to the recognition of Indigenous groups and their historic and current contributions to … Continued