We're proud to work with a diverse range of partners, and to help sponsor exciting initiatives

Business Council of British Columbia

Through diligent, evidence-based research and interactive input from members and policy leaders, the Business Council of British Columbia provides informed, pertinent insight and advice to BC’s top decision makers, with the objective to create a prosperous and sustainable economy for all British Columbians. 


The British Columbia Maritime Employers Association (BCMEA) is the multi-employer waterfront organization, representing approximately 65 ship owners and agents, stevedores, container, bulk and break bulk terminal operators on Canada's west coast.

BC Waterfront Games

This annual event takes place at the BCMEA Waterfront Training Centre and shows off the machines and the people that drive Canada’s west coast waterfront. It is designed for the entire family to enjoy, with lots of food, fun and an opportunity to see leading-edge equipment such as the centre's Dock Gantry Training Crane. Resource Works partnered with the Games in 2014 and 2015 to provide on-site information about British Columbia's responsible natural resources and the opportunities they create.


The BC Women in Energy Network is a non-profit society dedicated to creating a connected, inclusive community that supports the success of women in the BC energy industry. Their vision is having BC women thriving in a vibrant, sustainable energy industry.

C3 Korean Canadian Society

C3 Society is a non-profit, non-partisan, secular community organization of volunteers who embrace cultural diversity and work co-actively with each other groups to bridge the Korean and Canadian communities by providing cultural, educational and volunteer resources.

Resource Works was proud to be a major partner at the recent C3 Korean-Canadian Society's 8th annual leadership conference.

Coast Forest Products Association

The Coast Forest Products Association takes a leadership approach to ensuring that B.C.’s coastal forestry sector continues to thrive so it can support individuals and communities, and sustain the health of our forests and ecosystems for generations to come.

Conversations That Matter

Interviewer, former television journalist, and video producer Stuart McNish in discussion with thought leaders to discuss the issues shaping the future of British Columbia. Their goal is to provide viewers with a 360 view of the issues that will determine what our province will be in the coming decades.

Council of Forest Industries

The Council of Forest Industries is a trade association representing forest companies operating in communities throughout the Interior of the province of British Columbia. Their members are leaders within the global forest products industry.


Entertainment Consulting International, ECI, is a hospitality consultant that brings decades worth of industry knowledge to bear in the ideation, design, and development of our clients' restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and live entertainment concepts.


The International Longshore and Warehouse Union Canada has been successfully representing working people in British Columbia since 1948. ILWU Canada is the exclusive bargaining agent for over 3,000 men and women throughout the province.

Interior Lumber Manufacturers' Association

The Interior Lumber Manufacturers’ Association is the voice of local forestry companies working in British Columbia’s southern interior. As a central agency, they develop and communicate their position on forest policy issues of critical importance.

Macdonald-Laurier Institute

Since 2010, MLI has provided leading commentary, insightful analysis and high-level research on subjects that range from health care to Aboriginal involvement in the development of natural resources.

Resource Works was proud to help host the MLI's Brian Lee Crowley in an all-day session in Vancouver, where he shared his views on the challenges of achieving social license for natural resource projects.


MOSAIC is a multilingual non-profit organization dedicated to addressing issues that affect immigrants and refugees in the course of their settlement and integration into Canadian society. Since its inception in 1976, MOSAIC has assisted new immigrants and refugees through its numerous multilingual services.

The Jack Webster Foundation

Resource Works is proud to be a sponsor of the Jack Webster Foundation. We became a sponsor of the 2015 annual awards event to recognize excellence in journalism. Thanks to quality, honest research and storytelling, British Columbians can be better informed about vital issues.

In his more than 40 years of journalism, Jack Webster was synonymous with insightful, accurate and unabashed reporting. Founded in 1986, The Jack Webster Foundation carries on Jack's legacy by promoting and recognizing the achievements of BC based reporters with the Jack Webster Awards.

The Partnership for Resource Trade

The Partnership for Resource Trade seeks to engage Canadians – from all walks of life and all parts of Canada – in the important national discussion about the key role that natural resources play in our success as a country.

The Province

The Province publishes news, sports and entertainment content on a variety of platforms -- including mobile apps, a website at theprovince.com, and a daily tabloid newspaper. The Province has been Vancouver's daily newspaper since 1898.


Royal Bank of Canada is Canada’s largest bank. They are one of North America’s leading diversified financial services companies, and provide personal and commercial banking, wealth management, insurance, investor services and capital markets products and services.


SheTalks was created as a platform for women to share their real stories, their journeys, their struggles and achievements that have brought them to where they are. sheTalks events feature businesswomen, innovators and leaders who each speak for 8 minutes.

Sikhs for Canada

A group of Canadian Sikhs dedicated to the advancement of pluralistic values that Sikhism shares with the Canadian identity. They aim to be a showcase of solidarity for everything we cherish as Canadians.


S.U.C.C.E.S.S was founded in 1973 as a non-profit charitable organization. Initially founded to assist new Canadians of Chinese descent to overcome language and cultural barriers, S.U.C.C.E.S.S. has evolved into a multicultural, multi-service agency assisting people at all stages of their Canadian experience.

Town Haul

Resource Works was proud to be a sponsor of Town Haul 2015.

For the second year in a row, the Mayors from Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody hit the road to meet with other Mayors across Canada and improve urban-rural connections.


The USW is the largest private-sector union in Canada, with more than 225,000 members country-wide. The USW, has helped working men and women win better wages, benefits, working conditions and workplace justice for more than 70 years.

Women in Mining British Columbia

Women in Mining BC (WIMBC) is a networking organization connecting professionals and students involved in or or affiliated with the mineral exploration and mining industry. Their primary goal is to foster relationships to promote opportunities, to share knowledge and experiences.

Past partnerships and sponsorships

BCIT: In May 2015, Resource Works was appreciative of the support received from BCIT to present the first SheTalks Resources event in Vancouver. Building recognition of the importance of resource careers for women is a worthy goal that Resource Works is committed to and BCIT's downtown campus went to extra lengths to make it a positive experience.

RBC: Resource Works thanks RBC for its sponsorship of the first SheTalks Resources event held at BCIT's downtown Vancouver campus in May 2015. Thanks to the leadership of many supporter organizations like RBC, we are able to build awareness of the excellent opportunities and well-paying jobs for women in resource fields.

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