ATCO Group is a diversified, Canadian-based, international group of companies focused on delivering service excellence and innovative business solutions worldwide with leading companies engaged in Structures & Logistics (manufacturing, logistics and noise abatement), Utilities (pipelines, natural gas and electricity transmission and distribution), Energy (power generation, natural gas gathering, processing, storage and liquids extraction) and Technologies (business systems solutions).
Edmonton is home to the corporate head offices for three ATCO subsidiaries (ATCO Gas, ATCO Electric and ATCO I-Tek). In addition, there are operating centres for another three subsidiaries in the Edmonton region (ATCO Pipelines, ATCO Power and ATCO Structures & Logistics). ATCO has approximately 8,800 employees, 2,700 or which reside in the Edmonton region.
Stories about Working in Edmonton
All the Stories Stay Together - Lisa Thang
One of Lisa's favourite memories involves chopstick day, and she was really excited to find out that it still existed when she returned to Kildare to teach.
Happy to be an Edmontonian - Dr. Gary Lopaschuk
I moved to Edmonton with a five year plan--I expected to move away in five years. Twenty-six years later, I'm still here and happy to be an Edmontonian.
Time For a Change - Jenn Dahlen
I promised myself that I wouldn’t work in food service for the rest of my life.
Stories about Living in Edmonton
A City of Loving and Living - Cheryl Kerr
In fact, her son Tom’s friend, Tommy Banks, preferred Helen’s chocolate chip cookies to the ones his own mother made.
A City of Urban Villages - Michael Janz
Meet the Marketing Director of the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues and learn how you can get more involved with your neighbourhood.
A Salute to Your History - Denise Daubert
I'm proud to say that my family is a part of Edmonton's history and has been since my paternal and maternal great-grandparents settled in Edmonton in the early 1900s. I'm grateful they chose Edmonton!
Stories for Family and Spouses
Crossing One Bridge - Ann Henry
As I crossed the High Level Bridge today, it reminded me why Edmonton is a great place to call home. My attention was drawn first by the bright blue sky and then the valley which stretches for miles in either direction.
Hello Neighbour - Ryan Middlemiss
She was the sweetest old lady who would babysit me. She would make me and only me cookies every weekend. No matter how busy she was, she would find time to make them for me.
Life in the Big City - Bonnie Caron
In 1999, the mine in Grand Cache went bankrupt. Along with about 400 other families, we were suddenly out of jobs and had to move somewhere else.
Where Everybody Knows Your Name - Janet LeBlanc
I grew up in the neighbourhood with Daryl Katz, went to the same school and played tennis together at our community courts.