Our services and culture support the betterment of our communities.
The depth of RJC is a significant force for good. Our people are passionate, energetic, and creative thinkers who use their talents to make a positive impact on the places we live, work and play.
Together, we provide meaningful contributions of knowledge, time, and funds to a variety of organizations.
Team RJC has raised over $1,700,000 for cancer foundations across Canada through participation in the Ride to Conquer Cancer, a 200Km, two-day ride that takes places in provinces throughout Canada.
Canstruction happens in various cities around the globe. RJC and our partners participate in to create structures out of full cans of food that are donated to local food banks
Our Victoria office continues to volunteer with HeroWork, an organization focused on helping essential charitable agencies get the buildings they need. Billed as a ‘modern day barn raising’ our people volunteer their time, resources and spirit to help make necessary buildings a reality.
Our Calgary and Edmonton offices are active participants in the Calgary and Edmonton Corporate Challenges. Our teams win medals, division trophies, and Spirit Awards, while also raising funds for deserving local charities.
A lot of talented chefs work at RJC! A lot of team building happens while our people help out local food banks, charities and children’s hospitals to serve hot meals to those in need.
RJC’s Jennifer McAskill and Samantha Hackett celebrated science with the Nanaimo Science and Sustainable Society and Island ConnectED, by providing hands-on activities for kids and adult scientists. Their station encouraged participants to complete a design-build project using crayons, spaghetti and marshmallows!
Team Read Mos Christoffersen raises funds throughout ‘Movember’ to raise awareness around men’s health issues, and support organizations such as Prostate Cancer Canada.
Elise Ledwon helped provide critical PPE for front line workers, running 3D printers 24/7 to print ~40 face shield pieces a day. She shipped them to CovidStop.ca who disinfects, assembles and ships the face guards across Canada.
RJC supports Camp Engies, an organization that works to inspire young women to ‘connect and unleash their potential in Engineering.’