Financial Support

Aluminerie Alouette, the largest private employer in its local community, has been playing a leading role since its beginnings in 1992. Firmly grounded in its community and working closely in collaboration with the allochthonous and aboriginal communities, Aluminerie Alouette has never ceased to support small or large causes, benefiting the residents of the North Shore and the Innu community.


Social responsibility being one of the essential pillars of its management strategy, Aluminerie Alouette is recognized as a responsible and committed corporate citizen aligning its actions with its Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) vision. The ESG dimensions are an integral part of the organization's external financial support strategy in order to make a real difference regarding neighbouring communities.  


By participating in numerous structuring projects in complementary areas such as the environment, education, and community support initiatives, Aluminerie Alouette contributes to the sustainable development of its region and, by extension, of all of Quebec. The aluminum smelter invests several hundred thousand dollars annually in its community. 

By supporting promising initiatives, Aluminerie Alouette promotes the growth and competitiveness of the entire North Shore region. It contributes to the attractiveness and retention of the local workforce, both for its operations, and business partners and for the region's various services. 


From a sustainable development perspective, and considering the distance from major urban cities, the residents need to benefit from local resources, activities, infrastructures, and organizations that meet their specific needs. Therefore, Aluminerie Alouette works in partnership with various stakeholders in the socio-economic environment to maximize social cohesion and reduce inequity, while ensuring the competitiveness and long-term viability of its business. 


These commitments are also reflected in the involvement of hundreds of employees in various organizations in the region.


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