ECOFOR is an environmental management company with over 60 employees specializing in natural resource, cultural heritage and environmental risk management. Our primary focus has been conducting reliable, cost effective and professional consulting support for our clients. We support our clients’ needs throughout the project “lifecycle” from strategic planning to site dismantling, decommissioning and restoration, and everything in between. Ecofor was founded in 1996 and has steadily grown to meet the demands of our clients, who include private industry, government agencies, First Nations organizations and communities.
Our staff are committed to maintaining strong and respectful working relations with First Nations peoples within the communities we live and operate in. In our experience, working together allows for an exchange of ideas, concerns and knowledge, which in turn fosters mutual understanding and respect, building more positive relations between all interested groups.
ECOFOR staff have experience with both small and large scale assessment, development, monitoring and impact mitigation / restoration projects involving a full spectrum of client considerations and stakeholder issues.
Detailed project prospectus and CVs of senior staff are available upon client request.
Welcome to the Econo Lodge, a Fort St. John hotel near North Peace Museum
The Econo Lodge® hotel is conveniently located on the scenic Alaska Highway, and is the perfect destination for guest travelling on business for Pure Energy, CTC Energy Services, Weatherford and Duke Energy.
The hotel is also surrounded by many businesses and attractions including the Coral Oilfield Services Inc., Enviro West Inc., Canadian Freightways Ltd, North Peace Cultural Centre, North Peace Museum, and Totem Mall.
All guest rooms at this Fort St. John hotel come equipped with cable television, refrigerator and microwave. For guest convenience, the hotel offers laundry facilities and fax/copy services.
The Fort St. John campus of Northern Lights College is located nearby and the hotel is within minutes of the Kids Arena, Centennial Park and the Fort St. John Airport. Beatton Provincial Park and Charlie Lake Provincial Park are also a short drive away.
Enjoy the many full-service amenities offered for guests’ convenience, including:
- Free continental breakfast
- Free local calls
- Cold weather hook-ups
- Bus & truck parking
- Pet-friendly hotel; additional charge applies
Energy Safety Canada, a not-for-profit association, was created by the merger of Enform Canada (Enform) and Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) on October 2, 2017. Energy Safety Canada is the national safety association for the oil and gas industry. Representing workers and employers, Energy Safety Canada’s focus is to develop and support common industry safety standards, ensure effective learning systems, share data analysis and safety expertise with workers and employers, and advocate for worker health and safety.
With offices in Calgary, Fort McMurray and Nisku, Alberta; Fort St. John, British Columbia; and Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Energy Safety Canada works with many partners to deliver safety training and services nationally.