Head Office:  8701 - 102 Street, Clairmont, Alberta - Tel: (780) 532-7350 - info@ipacservices.com
Project Management Office: #1720, 540 - 5 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta - Tel: (403) 228-1919

News & Events

67th Alberta Oilmen's Bonspiel

Calgary, AB, March 25, 2018: Congratulations to the IPAC curling team that won 1st in Event #2 at the 67th Alberta Oilmen's Bonspiel in Calgary, AB! 

Community Engagement

Calgary, AB, March 3, 2018: IPAC is happy to promote team spirit and comradery within the Minor Sports community.  Among other minor hockey sponsorships and engagement, IPAC recently hosted the Simon Valley Peewee 1 Hockey team and coaches for the March 3, 2018 Calgary Hitmen game at the Saddledome.  A shout out to all that were able to come and participate in this fun event!

Safe by Action, Not by Accident!

Grande Prairie, AB, January 9, 2018: IPAC reaches another milestone with 5 years and 4,000,000 man hours since the last loss time accident company wide. 

IPAC’s safety program continues to advance. 

“Only by action, have we been able to significantly improve and continue to improve our company’s safety culture,” explains Ron Ward, President and CEO.

Taking action involves more than just a state of mind.  It involves pro-active effort to assess, recognize and then do something about the hazards or behaviours we see around us.  It also involves recognition of positive and safe actions.  IPAC personnel take this endeavor seriously and our senior leadership would like to take this opportunity to thank each worker for being safe by taking action.

CCAB and PAR Committed

IPAC Recently became a member of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) and have entered an agreement to work towards becoming externally verified as a progressive company working with Aboriginal people, businesses and communities.

What is PAR?

Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) is an online management and reporting program that supports progressive improvement in Aboriginal relations, and a certification program that confirms corporate performance at the bronze, silver or gold level.  If a company is a leader in Aboriginal relations, PAR certification recognizes the commitment and success.

4 Drivers of PAR

Leadership Actions - Company leaders support an organizational focus on progressive Aboriginal relations across the company, such actions have an impact in achieving and sustaining positive results.

Employment - The company commits resources to achieving equitable representation of Aboriginal persons in the workplace.

Business Development - The company commits resources to the development of business relationships with Aboriginal-owned businesses.

Community Relations - The company commits to develop and sustain positive relations with Aboriginal communities, members and stakeholders through engagement and investment.

IPAC looks forward to working with CCAB and completing the three phases of the PAR Committed program.  IPAC supports corporate Canada's response to the increased significance of Aboriginal businesses and communities to the economic prosperity of Canada.  In addtion, PAR reflects the best practices in corporate social responsibility reports that is found in the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).

Join us in supporting this new initiative.



Head Office
8701 - 102 Street
Clairmont, AB T8X 5G8
Phone (780) 532-7350
Fax (780) 532-7769


Project Management Office
1720, 540 - 5 Ave SW
Calgary, AB, T2P 0M2
Phone (403) 228-1919
Fax (403) 228-1688


Grande Prairie Operations Center
8701 - 102 Street
Clairmont, AB T8X 5G8
Phone (780) 532-7350
Fax (780) 532-7769

Peace River Operations Center
90 Fairgrounds Rd
St. Isadore, AB
Phone (587) 479-0055
Fax (587) 479-0057


Fort St. John Operations Center
12341 - 271 Road
Fort St. John, BC
Phone (250) 263-9330
Fax (250) 263-9331

Fort Nelson Operations Center
7464 Old Alaska Hwy.
Fort Nelson, BC
Phone (250) 263-9330
Fax (250) 263-9331