Sites & Scenes
Together with their parents, around 90 children of Teck employees attended Family Day at the Santiago office. The event, organized by the Women in Teck group, included a variety of workshops and activities using Legos to help explain mining processes and technology.
Mayors, Councillors and staff from the District of Sparwood, District of Elkford and City of Fernie joined representatives from Teck for a tour of Line Creek Operations’ water treatment facility and the future Fording River South water treatment facility. Learn more about Teck’s approach to managing water quality in the region and our progress at teck.com/elkvalley.
September 7 marked the opening celebration of the new Originarias Center in Chile, a space dedicated to the operations of the Originarias program. To date, more than 400 women have participated in the program, which provides Indigenous women in Chile with access to high-quality, culturally relevant training programs and mentorship in business development, entrepreneurship, marketing and management skills.
Since 2016, Teck has partnered with UN Women to empower Indigenous women in Chile. To learn more about global citizenship at Teck, visit teck.com/responsibility.
Employee snapshot: An evening walk in the Elk Valley with Mazy the dog, with Line Creek Operations in the distance.
Submitted by Sonya Hammond, Administrative Assistant, Human Resources, Greenhills Operations.
Students from Frank J. Mitchell Elementary School in Sparwood, B.C., donned their Teck coveralls to participate in the Food to Farm Program. The program teaches students from kindergarten to Grade 5 how to save food waste for farm animal feed, followed by a field trip to local farms to witness their composting efforts in action.