TransAlta is committed to being an active partner in the local community throughout the entire life cycle of Sundance 7, from the permitting and consultation phase, through construction and continuing during operations.
TransAlta has been an important contributor to the communities in the Lake Wabamun region since the building of the Wabamun power plant more than 55 years ago. TAMA Power will carry on this commitment to engage and consult with the public and will work to build and maintain strong relationships with its neighbours, interested stakeholders and other participants.
Engagement with First Nations
TAMA Power strives to be a responsible neighbour that partners with local communities and Indigenous groups to meet our collective needs. TransAlta will engage the local First Nations to provide timely and accurate information about Sundance 7.
TAMA Power hosted two open houses specific to the Sundance 7 project, one in February 2014 near the project location and another in April 2014 on the Paul First Nation reserve. The information shared on the display boards at the open houses is available in the Related Documents links.
Contacting TAMA Power