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Primco Dene is a wholly-owned company of the Cold Lake First Nations. With 16 companies under our umbrella, we are one of the most diverse and resilient companies in the region, and with over 700 employees we are one of the biggest employers.

We are deeply rooted in our community and our land. We don’t just bring jobs and prosperity to Cold Lake- we’re behind some of the biggest charitable initiatives in the area, giving tens of thousands of dollars back in 2017 alone.

A founding principle of Primco Dene has been and is, a livelihood for a livelihood.

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people employed by Primco Dene Group of Companies



A diverse workforce representing over 100 different First Nations & Metis Settlements from across Canada



Equal representation of women with 48% of our workforce being female

Work With Primco Dene



Primco Consumer

Everyday services for everyone.


Primco Industry

Solutions for companies in energy, mining, manufacturing and beyond.


Primco Business Solutions

Supporting small-to-medium sized businesses.

Every Child Matters Bus Windows

Working At Primco


With 16 companies and counting, we're always looking for new employees.

Experienced Servers

The Hard Deck Smoke House & Rec Room

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Prize Booth Cashier

The Hard Deck Smoke House & Rec Room

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Front Desk Administration Clerk

Primco Dene Catering LP


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HSE Administrator

Primco Dene


HSE Administrator responsible for all administrative duties related to ensuring safety standards on site. The position will start with the primary role and responsibility being administration, as the candidate develops, candidate will be responsible for more HSE related tasks.


  • Assist HSE Manager with administrative functions such as creating and maintaining manual and electronic files, directing communications, preparing, and editing documents, maintaining agendas, scheduling meetings, etc.
  • Maintaining HSE documentations necessary for COR audits
  • Assisting in safety meetings and coordinating trainings when required with the office
  • Complete other office and field duties as required
  • Assisting with investigating incidents and corrective actions
  • Ensuring safety procedures and standards are being followed
  • Completing new hire orientations
  • Participating on educating staff to eliminate job hazards on site
  • Report any hazards/damages/incidents and complete the investigation report
  • Shadow HSE professional in the field to learn aspects of the profession
  • Perform other related duties and activities as required


  • Minimum high school diploma
  • Minimum 1-2 years’ experience in administrative positions
  • HSE Administrator Designation, or working towards designation
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Word, Excel)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

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Health Safety Environment Specialist

Primco Dene Group of Companies

Role Summary

The HSE Specialist will be responsible for implementing and monitoring the health, safety, and environmental programs within the Primco Dene Group of Companies, ensuring compliance with federal, provincial, and local regulations, as well as company policies.

This role involves proactive risk management and response planning to ensure the safety and security of all personnel and the minimization of environmental impact from operations.


Regulatory Compliance

  • Monitor and ensure compliance with all relevant HSSE regulations.
  • Keep abreast of legislative changes and advise on implementation strategies.

Safety Management

  • Conduct risk assessments and implement preventive measures.
  • Develop and maintain the company’s Emergency Response Plans.

Training and Development

  • Provide HSSE training and induction for all staff members.
  • Develop and deliver specialized training for emergency response and hazardous materials handling.
  • Promote and implement HSSE systems to ensure proactive management and continuous improvement in operational performance.
  • Formulate training and materials to create a safe environment for employees.
  • Identify, assess, and implement HSE programs, as well as new technology to improve operations and HSE performance.
  • Coordinate safety meetings.
  • Review and update policies, procedures, and work practices on an ongoing basis, and verify compliance with health and safety regulations.

Incident Response

  • Lead the response to any health, security, or environmental incidents.
  • Conduct thorough investigations and report on incidents to prevent recurrence.
  • Liaise with WCB Coordinator

Environmental Management

  • Oversee waste management and pollution control initiatives.
  • Develop strategies for sustainable operation and reduced environmental footprint.

Reporting and Documentation

  • Maintain comprehensive records of HSSE-related activities and incidents.
  • Prepare and submit reports to regulatory bodies and internal stakeholders.
  • Document, maintain, and communicate HSE policies, standards, procedures, and best practices.
  • Support in the development, implementation and analysis of health and safety reporting systems.
  • Maintain and track company HSSE Statistics and performance.
  • Assist in the analysis and reporting of incident and injury statistics and supply information to relevant divisions.

Qualification Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in occupational health and safety, or a related field.
  • Professional certification (e.g., CRSP, CSP, CIH).
  • Experience conducting Energy Safety Canada audits.
  • Minimum [3 to 5 years] of proven work experience.
  • Certified Transportation Safety Professional (CTSP) designation is considered an asset.
  • Knowledge of Alberta WCB claims managements systems and modified work programs.
  • Class 5 Driver’s License

Work Conditions

  • Willingness to respond to emergencies outside of standard working hours.
  • Ability to work in various indoor and outdoor environments.
  • Must be willing to stay in camp and work 80% of the time with site visits.
  • Must be willing to relocate.
  • Starting wage negotiable.


APPLICATION DEADLINE: Until a suitable candidate is found, review May 3, 2024.
Please apply online: [email protected]

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Petro Canada

Primco Commercial LP is seeking candidates Overnight Cashiers to join Petro Canada team in Cold Lake, Alberta.


  • Scan customer selections, ensure prices/quantities are accurate, accept payments, issue receipts, and provide helpful information to customers inquiries.
  • Welcoming customers, answering questions
  • Operating scanners, cash registers, and other electronics. Balancing register and generating sales reports.
  • Following store procedures concerning Petro Points, coupons, gift cards, lottery, cigarettes & fuel (including Alberta Indian Tax Exemption)
  • Verify legal age when selling lottery tickets and tobacco products
  • Maintain workstation

Please email your resume to [email protected].

We thank all those who apply; however only those considered for the position will be contacted


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In Your Community


Primco Dene is the single largest charitable contributor to Cold Lake First Nations and gives to charities and organizations across Alberta. Check here for the latest information about the work we're doing near you.

Find out more about our corporate social responsibility initiatives.

🎉 Exciting News! Mark your calendars for Treaty 1-11 Gathering 🎉

Exciting News!  Mark your calendars for a groundbreaking collaboration as Cold Lake First Nations and Beaver Lake Cree Nations co-host the eagerly awaited Treaty 1-11 Gathering from August 26th to…

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Our newest project The Hard Deck Smokehouse & Rec Room – Smokehouse open NOW & Rec Room opening August 2023! Keep updated by following us on social!

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Company News


At Primco Dene we are always moving forward and working to achieve great things. Check here for up-to-date information on what Primco Dene Group of Companies is doing.



Primco Dene Group of Companies Wins Outstanding Large Business at BOYA 2023

Primco Dene Group of Companies is honoured and grateful to win the “Outstanding Large Business” Award at the Business of the Year Awards in Cold Lake on October 20th, 2023. We are grateful for the support we’ve received over the last 24 years in business, we look forward to serving our community for many years…

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Our newest project The Hard Deck Smokehouse & Rec Room – Smokehouse open NOW & Rec Room opening August 2023! Keep updated by following us on social!

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Crystal Gladue is Featured at Windspeaker

“Once she started decorating, the next thing you know the art started to come out. It’s been awesome watching the whole process. That is the vision that came through.” — Frank Kytwayhat, head chef at the Primco Dene Cenovus Energy camp Click Here to Read the Article

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Primco Dene | Creating Opportunities

Our Latest Projects


The Hard Deck Smokehouse & Rec Room

Daily food and drink specials, golf simulators, pool tables, rec room for all ages, smokehouse (18+), birthday parties/events and catering! Open everyday of the week 11:00 am – 11:00 pm,…

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Petro Canada/Primco Dene Service Centre

In the spring of 2018, we were honoured to host a sod turning ceremony with John Janvier, Cold Lake First Nations Chief Bernice Martial, and Council Member Dwayne Nest, Tom…

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Contact Us


Primco Dene Business Centre Cold Lake First Nations

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    Box 2070, Hwy 28 RR 423A (7km south of City of Cold Lake), Cold Lake, T9M 1P5

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Enoch Sub Office

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    PO Box 820, Suite 201 21553 Chief Lapotac Blvd, Enoch, AB T7X 3Y3

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Calgary Office

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    Suite 620, Tower 1, 202 – 6 Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T2P 2R9

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Hours of operation

Monday to Friday – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. Closed on lunch hours, statutory holidays and weekends.

We’d like to acknowledge that we are on Treaty 6 Territory, a traditional meeting grounds, gathering place and travelling to the Cree, Saulteaux, Blackfoot, Métis”, Denesųłiné, Nakota Sioux. We acknowledge all the many First Nations, Metis and Inuit whose footsteps have marked these lands for centuries.