As an Alberta-based company, Noralta Lodge takes our role as community member seriously. We work hard to support the communities in which we operate, and we are proud to have created ventures that support our neighbours. These ventures align with the needs of industry and our clients to ensure the sustainability of our communities and our industry.
Dene Koe is a new, high-quality workforce lodging and services provider in Northern Alberta, co-owned by Fort McKay First Nation and
Noralta Lodge. With these foundations in two successful Alberta companies that are highly aligned with oil sands clients’ needs, Dene Koe is uniquely positioned to offer the following services to companies operating in Northern Alberta:
Dene Koe is 51% owned by Fort McKay First Nation, and 49% owned by Noralta Lodge.
Offering both partial and full-service lodging options to fit the needs of our clients, Willow Lake—owned by Noralta Lodge (49%) and Christina River Enterprises, the business arm of Fort McMurray First Nation #468 (51%)—provides workforce accommodations including open lodging, facilities management, and turnkey lodging solutions in the Athabasca oil sands. Willow Lake Facilities Management offers clients superior lodging options by bringing the results-driven service and hospitality of our premium lodges directly into our clients’ facilities.