TransPod Signs LOI with Business on Camera to Tell Compelling Indigenous Alberta Infrastructure Story in WeMaple Documentary Series 

CALGARY, Alberta, and TORONTO, Ontario – Oct. 17, 2023 – Business on Camera (BOC),  leader in producing independent documentary films, has signed a Letter of Intent with TransPod for a 22-minute documentary in Season 3.

WeMaple started as a grassroots effort, using creative visual narratives, to celebrate achievements of Canadians for Canada’s 150th anniversary in 2017. Since then, the WeMaple series has expanded to focus on stories of innovation, excellence, and perseverance across the nation. WeMaple Season 3 will illuminate the true potential of inclusion, and the power that comes from collaborative intelligence and technology.

The TransPod project is a technical marvel, and the collaboration with Clean Communities Corporation (CCC) is a story WeMaple believes is valuable to the public. TransPod’s partnership with CCC will train and employ an Indigenous workforce with a project that will have a profound impact on Alberta’s economic landscape.  

“Our goal with this documentary involving TransPod is to bring Indigenous stories front and center, and we’ll do this by showcasing their skills and expertise in the construction of this next-generation transportation marvel,” states Sebastien Gendron, co-founder and CEO of TransPod.

“We don’t intend to share this side of the story simply because these people are Indigenous, but because they are doing incredible things. They just happen to be Indigenous – and we believe that is the best type of inclusion,” adds Jody Linklater, CEO of Clean Communities Corporation.

”From here, we will sign a Brand Partnership Agreement to begin the Development and Pre-Production Process of these independent documentary films. We will adhere strictly to the integrity of the programming and in alignment with the genre rulings in the Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office (CAVCO) definitions,” adds Matt Keay, CEO of Business on Camera and Founder of WeMaple. 

About Clean Communities Corporation 

Clean Communities Corp (CCC) is an Indigenous cleantech company. CCC partners with leading technology supports and providers to propel clean infrastructure, energy and transportation initiatives. In support, CCC offers proven training-to-employment support to build the workforces of the future. CCC has a wealth of in-house technical, regulatory and project management expertise, focused on merging advanced technologies and government programming, to take on community infrastructure needs.

About TransPod

TransPod is developing the next generation of affordable and sustainable ultra-high-speed transportation for a better connected and fossil fuel-free society. TransPod is building solutions to solve mankind’s biggest upcoming challenge. The way people move is not sustainable. As the population is demanding faster deliveries and faster transport, it is critical to develop new transportation systems capable of moving people fast and clean.

About WeMaple

WeMaple is a brand that showcases the achievements of everyday grassroot Canadians, and tells their stories with high integrity. WeMaple is pleased to highlight these stories because we believe it showcases a Canadian culture that is innovative, resilient, and unique. We explore Canadian success stories through meaningful conversations with entrepreneurs, category leaders, and change-makers, and delve into what it means to be a member of the True North, Strong and Free.

Matt Keay
Executive Producer WeMaple

Business on Camera is the official promoter of WeMaple Season 3. WeMaple, single purpose entity is a registered corporation in the province of Alberta.