20/20 Catalysts Program Officially Launches!

We are pleased to announce that the 20/20 Catalysts Program officially launched at the Assembly of First Nations Forum on Energy this past February. Chris Henderson, Lead Mentor and Program Designer, had the opportunity to address the over 500 attendees over the course of the two day forum. He took to the stage first to discuss the immense possibilities that lie in Indigenous participation in clean energy. On day two, he took to the stage to officially announce the 20/20 Catalysts Program!

The 20/20 Catalysts Program is an Indigenous clean energy capacity building program. Built on a foundation of mentorship and peer learning, the Program allows individuals to gain the general know-how, resources, and tools needed to implement clean energy projects and maximize the benefits their communities see as a result. Find out more about this exciting opportunity by clicking here.

Our thanks are given to the Musqueam Nation, Squamish Nation, and Tsleil-Waututh Nation for hosting us on their traditional territories.

Please contact Ian Scholten, Catalyst Coordinator, at 613-562-2005 ext 235 or ischolten@lumosenergy.com for more information.

Chris Henderson  with Forum hosts Chief Ian Campbell of Squamish Nation and Wendy Grant-John of Musqueam Nation.
Minister Jim Carr, National Chief Perry Bellegarde, and Chris Henderson together at the AFN Forum on Energy.