Graham is proud to be a part of The West Totem Collab – a committee made up of Graham, Stream-Flo, Oxford Properties and Display Co. who have united to support STARS Air Ambulance, Indigenous communities and the strong resource sectors across Western Canada.
The Collab partnered with Squamish First Nation for the creation of a totem pole to bridge the Indigenous community with the energy sector. Carved by Ray Natraoro of Squamish First Nation, the totem pole incorporates natural gas flame, wind, sun, an oil drop, and STARS and oilfield equipment.
This beautiful piece of art will be auctioned off in late spring, with the proceeds going to STARS, Kwi Awt Stelmexw language program at Simon Fraser University, and the Community Futures Treaty Seven. The totem pole is currently on display at Bow Valley Square in Calgary, AB and has been named Xaays, meaning “Transformation” in the Squamish Language.
Graham is honoured to give back and be a part of this unique opportunity.