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  • Elections Canada
    Elections Canada is the independent, non-partisan agency responsible for conducting federal elections and referendums. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal communities to provide employment opportunities and learn how to better offer voter services.
  • Kwakiutl First Nation (ABM Vancouver Island Co-host)
    Kwakiutl First Nation, Co-host of ABM Vancouver Island, is looking to meet and network with partners who may be interested in developing projects/partnerships in the Port Hardy area. They are looking for partners that support their intent to protect the land, water air and environment.
  • Quatsino First Nation - ABM Co-Host
    Quatsino First Nation, Co-hosts for the ABM Vancouver Island, is looking connect with companies in the energy and mining, electrical production, forestry and security industry. A successful outcome would be to have supply of services and finance options for our hydro-project going forward.
  • Tervita
    Tervita is a leading environmental and energy services company that provides the energy industry with a comprehensive suite of services that include waste management, drilling and coring, well servicing and other environmental services that cover every stage of the production lifecycle, from development to reclamation. They are interested in connecting, partnering or working for First Nations interested in engaging in site remediation and contaminated site reclamation.
  • Pinchin
    Pinchin is a private Canadian company staffed with offices from St. John’s to Victoria. They offer environmental health and safety consulting across Canada and are looking to create meaningful partnerships with First Nations, and to bring sound environmental engineering, consulting and science into the communities
  • North Vancouver Island Aboriginal Training Society (NVIATS)
    North Vancouver Island Aboriginal Training Society (NVIATS) is a one-stop centre for accessing a variety of employment related programs and services. They are looking to gain valuable contacts and connect with companies that are interested in NVIATS services.
  • Gwa'sala-'Nakwaxda'xw Band - ABM Co-Host
    Gwa'sala-'Nakwaxda'xw is a strong Nation, with a rich history and bright future. They currently have a number of fishing licenses, a forest tenure and are developing a tourism project that is tentatively scheduled for phase 1 delivery. They are looking to connect with companies that will help them diversify into those areas.
  • Barkley Project Group Ltd
    Barkley Project Group Ltd. is a project management consulting firm specializing in renewable energy development. Our firm provides technical and management services to assist communities and developers in navigating the complex processes of clean energy project development. We provide the experienced management capacity needed to succeed in renewable energy project development.
  • Island Timberlands
    Island Timberlands is a private timberlands business focused on the sustainable management of high-quality timber and other forest products from coastal British Columbia. They are looking to sharing knowledge with Aboriginal businesses and connect with potential timber purchase opportunities, workforce building and more.
  • Montreal Lake Business Ventures Limited Partnership
    Montreal Lake Business Ventures Limited Partnership is the business arm of Montreal Lake Cree Nation. They are looking to seek, assess, conduct due diligence and invest in new business opportunities, while also protecting assets that have been entrusted to MLBV by the Nation.
  • Huu-ay-aht First Nation
    Huu-ay-aht First Nation is a self-governing, modern treaty Nation whose lands are located in the Barclay Sound region on the west coast of Vancouver Island. They are interested in creating partnerships with companies they can develop a sound, sustainable and diverse economy that provides jobs and revenue for the Nation while preserving the traditional principals.
  • Tlatlasikwala First Nation
    Tlatlasikwala First Nation is a sustainable and proactive Nation located on Vancouver Island. While forestry is the dominant land use, the Nation currently has Impact Benefit Agreements with a wind farm company and a fin-fish aquaculture company and would be interested in additional renewable energy development. They are looking to connect with investors, contractors potential joint ventures, regional transportation companies and neighbouring Nations.
  • First Nations Power Authority
    First Nations Power Authority of Saskatchewan (FNPA) works for our members to facilitate the development of Saskatchewan First Nations led renewable power projects and promote First Nations participation in procurement opportunities with SaskPower. FNPA is a not-for profit organization headquartered in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada and is unique in its mission to engage and include First Nations in the province’s power industry. Currently FNPA, and more importantly Saskatchewan First Nations, are poised to become an important component of SaskPower’s plan to have 50% renewables by 2030. Our members share a commitment to sustainability through social, economic and environmental values. With a portfolio of environmentally preferred power generation projects and strong growth prospects, our Industry Members are positioned to partner with Saskatchewan First Nations to generate stable, long-term cash flows for the benefit of First Nations communities, the Province, and the environment.
  • Beardy's & Okemasis First Nation
    Beardy’s & Okemasis is located in the heart of Saskatchewan, in the central location between two historical sites (Fort Carlton and Batoche). Looking forward to develop economic opportunities for our First Nation and network to build opportunities and to expand our overall capacity.
  • Western Forest Products
    Western Forest Products is a major integrated softwood forest products company operating in the coastal region of British Columbia. They are looking to create transparent and long-term relationships with coastal First Nations through the shared interest in sustainably harvesting timber. This includes an increased share of profits, increased business and legal certainty in WFP’s operations, and increased capacity for First Nations to effectively manage the economic opportunities associated with sustainable forest practices in their territory.
  • Clarence Campeau Development Fund - ABM Co-Host
    The Clarence Campeau Development Fund (CCDF) was established by The Métis Society of Saskatchewan Inc to provide financial assistance where currently there is a void for Métis clients. They would like to create awareness of programs available to Metis Entrepreneurs, including their Business Plan Program, Loan Equity Program and Community Business Development Program.
  • Clean Harbors
    Clean Harbors is the leading provider in environmental, energy and industrial services throughout North America. The Company serves a diverse customer base across a broad range of vertical markets, which includes a majority of the Fortune 500 companies, numerous federal, state, provincial and local governmental agencies, and through its Safety-Kleen subsidiary, over 200,000 small and medium sized businesses.
  • Indigenous Community for Leadership and Development
    Indigenous Community for Leadership and Development (ICLD) is a joint venture between Naut’sa mawt Resources Group and Com-Tech Learning Solutions. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal communities interested in support towards the development of community resources and self-governance.
  • Four Horse Developments Ltd.
    Four Horse Developments Ltd. is the business arm of Sakimay First Nations. Their current economic development activities include approximately 1000 acres of land for commercial and light industrial development. They are looking to connect with companies interested in partnerships and joint-ventures associated with those strategic properties.
  • Orca Sand & Gravel
    Orca Sand & Gravel is a supplier of high-quality sand and gravel concrete aggregates which exceeds all specification requirements for use in the United States, particularly in California, as well as in Canada. Orca Quarry is permitted to produce 6.6 million tons of sand and gravel per year and has a dedicated ship loading facility capable of rapidly loading ships and barges. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal communities interested economic development opportunities that have a strong considerations of the economic, social and environmental impacts.
  • Government of Saskatchewan
    The Ministry of the Economy advances economic growth to generate wealth and opportunity in Saskatchewan. The Ministry enhances economic growth and competitiveness by attracting investment and removing barriers to growth; regulates responsible resource development by facilitating resource exploration and development within an effective regulatory framework; and supports a robust labour market by developing, attracting and retaining a skilled labour force. They are looking to maximize opportunities for First Nations and Metis businesses and communities in Saskatchewan.
  • Nuu-chah-nulth Economic Development Corporation
    Nuu-chah-nulth Economic Development Corporation strives to be the best Aboriginal Corporation dealing with financial, banking and business development services. NEDC will play a major role in helping Aboriginals and First Nation communities on Vancouver Island become healthy, wealthy and socio-economically independent by seizing all existing and emerging business opportunities and building on the new economy. They are looking to connect with communities on Vancouver Island interested in financing and business support.
  • Horizon North, National ABM Partner
    Horizon North, National ABM Partner, is a leader in industrial, commercial and residential modular manufacturing. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal communities interested in turnkey solutions can provide temporary, permanent, and "open camps", as well as hotels, health centers, resort property, luxury homes, affordable housing for high-density areas and remote communities and individual residences.
  • Square One
    Square One provides entrepreneurs and small business owners with resources, market research and pathfinding to help them start or grow their business in Saskatchewan. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal communities interested with the resources and services available through Square One to start or expand their business in Saskatchewan.
  • Cowessess First Nation
    Cowessess First Nation is located in the south-east Sask, Cowessess has a strip Mall, 2 Cowessess Gas & Grocery Stores, a Beautiful 18 Hole Golf Course (nestled in the Qu'appelle valley), Wind Energy Project. We believe in creating economic development opportunities in Commercial, Industrial and Residential areas; such as our Lake shore development and developing our Urban Lands in and around Yorkton, Regina and Saskatoon.
  • Splatsin Development Corporation
    Splatsin Development Corporation is the business arm of Splatsin Indian Band, providing wealth to through creating and operating profitable businesses, enhancing skills and capacity development, facilitating business development, and generating income and job opportunities. They are actively seeking opportunities in various sectors within the traditional territory including mining, agriculture, independent power production, energy, forestry, environmental services, construction and tourism.
  • Carry The Kettle First Nation
    Carry The Kettle First Nation is situated in the Treaty 4 region. Their current economic development activities include a gas bar located on CTK, lands located by Shackelton, SK, selling CTK Plastics in Moose Jaw, establishing the Nakota Development Corp. They are currently looking at a possible business to purchase in Regina, how to make better use of their lands in Regina, Fort Qu'Appelle, Indian Head, Cypress Hills, Shackelton, Wosley, and Sintaluta. They are looking to create partnerships in development, commercial and residential on our concept plan is ready.
  • Pacific Coastal Airlines
    Pacific Coastal Airlines has been connecting regularly scheduled flights and cargo service to more than 65 destinations in British Columbia for over 40 years. They are looking to strengthen existing relationships and develop new relationships with First Nations, and gain insight into current and future transportation needs of Aboriginal communities.
  • Okanagan Office Systems
    Okanagan Office Systems is a 100% owned Aboriginal business, offering a full line of office stationery supplies and furniture. They have two divisions in Kelowna and Kamloops, BC, which are both certified Ricoh Office Equipment and Solutions Dealers. They are looking to connect with potential partners who are focused on the human side of productivity and the practical applications of digital innovation.
  • KPMG
    KPMG is a full service professional services firm that offers a broad range of assurance, taxation and advisory services. KPMG has an extensive aboriginal client base to which KPMG has brought its expansive services and has advised on such matters as structuring aboriginal businesses, advising on respect of treaty and specific land claim negotiations. They are looking to connect with Aborginal communities interested in financial and governance consulting, business planning and due diligence, performance monitoring, risk management, health care planning and more.
  • Enerpro Systems Corp.
    Enerpro is North America’s only provider of full-service, intelligent, energy management programs for new construction and infrastructure upgrades in retrofitted buildings, since 1996. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal communities in the establishment and management of self-owned utilities.
  • Excel Career College
    Excel Career College is an accredited private career training college and is a proud member of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. In partnership with community leaders and community employers, Excel is able to develop customized training – in Aquaculture, LNG, Business, Technology, Healthcare and more – to be delivered in the communities where it’s needed. Excel wishes to collaborate with Aboriginal communities to develop customized plans for capacity building through industry-targeted training.
  • District of Port Hardy - ABM Co-Host
    District of Port Hardy (ABM Co-Host) is the largest of six communities in the Regional District of Mount Waddington. Within its boundaries, the District can offer investors prime development properties in the downtown core, as well as at its federally maintained airport, in the marine industrial park, and in areas identified for infill or redevelopment. High-speed internet, good cell phone coverage, significant infrastructure and a diverse business community provide potential investors with the amenities needed to establish a new business or grow an existing one.
  • Saskatchewan Indian Equity Foundation - ABM Co-Host
    Saskatchewan Indian Equity Foundation (SIEF) offers commercial and agriculture lending and business consulting services to First Nations businesses in Saskatchewan. They are looking to create economic development contacts with the First Nations of Saskatchewan to deliver Business and/or Entrepreneurial training and workshops.
  • Red Dog Holdings Ltd.
    The traditional territory of the Star Blanket Cree Nation extends to the original Treaty Four boundaries. There are two reserves that are primarily used for residential purposes. In addition land has been purchased in the Village of Lebret and the Town of Fort Qu'Appelle. Star Blanket is also in the process of purchasing 32.6 acres of land in the City of Regina, where the First Nations University of Canada is presently located. Our goal is to gain new experiences,networks, and learn about best practices.
  • Williams Lake Indian Band
    Williams Lake Indian Band is a progressive community that recognizes the need for sustainable long-term economic development. Their current economic development activities include WLIB/Lake Excavating Construction Joint Venture, Borland Creek Logging, Sugar Cane Petroleum Products (Chief Will-yum Gas Bar), Coyote Rock Golf Course and the Chief Will-Yum Campsite. They are looking to connect with investors and partners in the areas of real estate development or leasing, agriculture, mining and forestry to further the build-out of their lands along the Highway 97 corridor.
  • Coldwater Indian Band
    South Central Interior, main community 12 km South of Merritt, BC, involved in the Forestry Industry and Ranching Companies as individual ownership and partnerships with other Indian Bands within the area. Some small private contractors also working in the area, eg Landscaping, environmental monitoring, post and rail (Aspen Planners).
  • Malahat Nation
    Malahat Nation is a marine-based Nation with a strong tradition of Canoes. The Nation has a number of strong, successful and profitable business relationships with local business and industry. They are looking to connect with businesses, project leads and investors in working with Malahat, and building our overall network of contacts across a variety of industry sectors.
  • First Nations Insurance Services Limited Partnership
    First Nations Insurance Services Limited Partnership is a 100% First Nations-owned brokerage which delivers top quality Life and Retirement products while protecting and enhancing Treaty Health Rights. They are looking to build our client base in all of our territories.
  • Toosey Indian Band
    The community of Toosey (Tl'esqox) is located approximately 40 km west of Williams Lake, BC on highway 20. The community itself is situated on a beautiful scenic plot of land with rolling grasslands and large Douglas fir timber along the perimeter and within. There is a Health and Administration building, a Gas bar and a new out door hockey rink. The Band owns Chilcotin Plateau Enterprise Ltd. which is a multi faceted company consisting of many different divisions.
  • FHQ Developments Ltd. - ABM Co-Host
    FHQ Developments Ltd. represents 11 member First Nation communities along with the File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council. Their current economic development activities include the Swift Current Home Inn & Suites, a 50% equity share in an oil and gas drilling rig with CanElson Drilling Inc., a construction and site services partnership with Points Athabasca FHQ Contracting and Graham Business Trust, and a new partnership focused on metal fabrication - FHQ Mechanicals. FHQ Developments also delivers a range of labour market development and employment services in partnership with the Government of Saskatchewan, including workplace readiness, client assessment and recruitment services, and a wide range of workplace retention strategies with employers.
  • Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation
    Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation is comprised of Saulteaux, Cree and other Indians inhabiting the south and central plains of North-West Territories. Muscowpetung Saulteaux Business Developments (MSBD) was developed to oversee joint venture partnerships. They are looking to connect with both Nations and companies, to diversify their economic development activities.
  • Ucluelet First Nation
    Ucluelet First Nation is a self-governing, modern treaty Nation located on the Pacific Rim of Vancouver Island. They have fee simple ownership of our treaty settlement lands and also own the rights to subsurface resources. Their economic development corporation, YFN Holdings LP, holds a portfolio of showcase businesses, including an oceanfront resort, two gift shops, a surf shop and cafe, and a 35 room motel in Ucluelet. They are looking to connect with companies and communities interested in exciting and lucrative opportunities abound in tourism, residential development, forestry and fisheries in a world class location.
  • Tseshaht First Nation
    Tseshaht First Nation t translates as “the people of Ts’ishaa", a place on what is known today as Benson Island, one of the Broken Group Islands in Barkley Sound. They are one of the 14 Nations that make up the Nuu-chah-nulth [Nootka] people of western Vancouver Island. Tseshaht First Nation owns and manages five forest companies and three Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs). All of the businesses are managed through Tseshaht Forestry Corporation. The Tseshaht Market is the last Full-Service Gas Station between Port Alberni & the West Coast communities of Ucluelet & Tofino. They are looking to connect with companies and communities interested in developing these areas through joint venture and partnerships.
  • Nekaneet First Nation
    Nekaneet First Nation has a variety of business ventures in place and many others in the planning stages including the Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge. They are currently looking for partnerships in presenting safety training in pipeline industry, as well as tourism. They are also looking to connect with other experienced Nations who successfully mined on their own lands.
  • Pasqua First Nation
    Pasqua First Nation is a Saulteaux/Cree First Nation located 60km northeast of Regina and 15 km west of Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan. Their current economic development activities include a camp supply partnership with PTI Group for the K+S Potash Project in Bethune, SK. They have also partnered with Athabasca Basin Security and submitted a contract provide security services for the same K+S project. They are looking to connect with companies and communities interested in joint ventures or partnerships for the purpose of diversification.
  • Standing Buffalo First Nation
    Standing Buffalo Dakota First Nation is located 6 miles West of Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan and currently still operate under the Indian Act. They are looking to connect with companies and communities interested in joint ventures and partnerships for the purpose of diversification.
  • Shxw'owhamel First Nation
    Shxw'owhamel First Nation follows the Si:yam government system, giving all families in the community equal representation on the Council. Their current economic development activities include: Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline; Zella Holdings; CP/CN Railway; Debris Catch; a Five Mile Fishery; and initiatives around land codes, new water main and new housing. They are looking to connect with companies and communities interested in joint ventures and partnerships in these areas.
  • Skin Tyee Nation
    Skin Tyee Nation is a rural and remote community with inland ferry access. Their current economic development activities include the Energy, Mine, Oil and Gas sector but they are looking for opportunities to diversify. They are actively looking for investors and companies to help in developing a resort project on reserve.
  • Petro-Canada
    Petro-Canada is interested in building mutually beneficial, positive, long-term relationships. This is the primary focus when we explore new partnerships with Nations who want to own and operate their own independent Petro-Canada. We have over 20 Petro-Canada retail stations which are Aboriginally-owned and operated in Western Canada. We are looking to develop additional partnerships where a branded Petro-Canada is a strategic fit for both the First Nation community and Petro-Canada. They are interested connecting with communities interested in developing a Petro-Canada branded gas station on reserve or urban reserve land.
  • Skwah First Nation
    Skwah First Nation is a vibrant community with a variety of private and public enterprises, features a mix of agricultural and residential land and also teaching children from the community and surrounding areas for 33 years, fostering the values of self-worth & self-preservation through the cultural connection within our children's family traditions, elder teachings and community involvement.
  • Neskonlith Indian Band
    The Neskonlith Indian Band is a First Nations community located south central part of BC. The Neskonlith Indian Band consists of three reserve land bases, each of these land base consists of a combination of community infrastructure facilities that are critical to the overall socio-economic health and wellbeing of the community.  Neskonlith owns a corporation called Sk’atsin Resources LTD and has recently formed a Limited Partnership with Infracon called Sk’atsin Infracon Site Services LP. Our mission at Neskonlith Sk’atsin Resources Ltd, is to move forward as caretakers of Secwepemc lands and resources to improve the health and wealth of Neskonlith Indian Band families for the next 7 generations, using a community-driven and Nation-based approach.
  • Greyback Construction Ltd.
    Greyback Construction Ltd. is a leader in Construction Management with over 25 years of experience managing projects of varying sizes and complexity, offering services in Construction Management and General Contracting with emphasis on concrete speciality and design/build projects. They are currently in partnership with the Penticton Indian Band Development Corporation to develop Skaha Hills, a 500-acre mixed-use residential community of 600 homes with protected lands surrounding the community. Proposed amenities include golf, beachfront access, hiking trails, pools and sports courts. Greyback is also proud to have been a part of Nk'Mip Cellars, North America's first Aboriginal owned and operated winery, part of the Osoyoos Indian Band's long-term plan. They are looking to make meaningful connections with communities interested in their services.
  • Co-operatives First
    Co-operatives First is a non-profit business development organization with expertise, resources, and connections that can help guide a group through the process of creating a new co-operative business. Some of our specific services include: facilitation for community meetings, support for logistics and They are looking to connect with Aboriginal communities interested in their services, including management, mediation of differing opinions, pathfinding between ideas and communities, and connection to resources, expertise, and service-providers that can benefit a project.
  • Naut'sa Mawt Tribal Council
    Naut'sa Mawt Tribal Council is a non-profit society that provides advisory services to its eleven member First Nation communities including: Halalt First Nation, Homalco First Nation, Klahoose First Nation, Malahat Nation, Snaw-naw-as First Nation, Snuneymuxw First Nation, Stzuminus First Nation, Tla'amin First Nation, Tsawwassen, Tseil-wau-tuth First Nation, and Tsouke Nation.  Naut'sa mawt Tribal Counci founded the Naut'sa mawt Resources Group (NRG) in 1997 after the Government of Canada announced its Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Businesses. They are pursuing opportunities to offer value-added products and services to private and public sectors across Canada.
  • Parkland Fuel Corp.
    Parkland Fuel Corporation is the largest independent fuel marketer in Canada. With over 1100 sites in Canada, we operate in Eastern Canada under the ESSO, Pioneer, Ultramar, FasGas Plus and Race Trac retail fuel brands and the On The Run convenience brand.  We have many First Nations sites that we currently supply under these brands. We can help with all aspects of opening a gas station, convenience store, and complimentary offering to help maximize an existing or new to industry development’s potential.
  • Chawathil First Nation
    Chawathil First Nation is made up of 5 reserves located in Hope, BC. They are currently looking for economic development through their forestry business, tourism opportunities for their old village site, a small parcel of land for future development and a sandpit wanting to develop business. The Nation would like to prepare for land code development by encouraging landowners to utilize land for business development or residential development and other project ideas.
  • Core Benefits Inc
    Core Benefits Inc. specializes in customized Employee Benefit Plans that meet the needs of employers and employees alike. Fair and equitable insurance programs should be a standard offering. With over 15 years of industry experience, Jenny Hart has helped thousands First Nation employee's coordinate benefit plans to get the best coverage available, without sacrificing their Treaty Rights. I'd love to meet with you and talk more about your organization and how I can help!
  • Economic Development Regina Inc. - ABM Co-Host
    Economic Development Regina Inc. is the lead economic development agency for the Greater Regina Area. It provides leadership to the community with specific accountability by ensuring the Greater Regina Area offers a vibrant and diversified economy for investors, is a positive destination experience for visitors and offers a high quality of life for residents. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal communities to understand their objectives for off-reserve investment and business development, as well as create opportunities for business in the Greater Regina Area.
  • Morris Interactive
    Morris Interactive provides First Nations and Metis organizations and businesses with relevant, customized solutions that are designed to enable their Chief and Council, Management and Staff to develop capacity personally and organizationally.
  • PlayWorks & ParkWorks
    PlayWorks and ParkWorks design playgrounds, water spray parks and skateboard parks, as well as providing site furnishings, picnic shelters, bridges, bleachers, sports goals, fitness equip. and signage. We are local representatives for a variety of national and international manufacturers of playground equipment and park amenities. They are looking to connect with communities interested in early stages of planning, design, cost estimating, grant applications, as well as the supply and installation of equipment.
  • The Mosaic Company
    The Mosaic Company (NYSE: MOS) is the world's leading integrated producer and marketer of concentrated phosphate and potash. We employ nearly 9,000 people in six countries and participate in every aspect of crop nutrition development
  • Compass Group Canada/ESS Support Services
    ESS Support Services is the Canadian market leader in remote full-service hospitality management. ESS is Gold certified in the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business’s Progressive Aboriginal Relations Program. Our Aboriginal Joint Venture program reflects our commitment to developing true partnerships with local communities in the regions where we do business. In addition to sharing in the profits flowing from local operations, local communities benefit from our preferred Aboriginal hiring and supplier policies.  
  • Fishing Lake First Nation
    Fishing Lake First Nation is located near Wadena in the Southern part of Saskatchewan. It covers 3,652 hectares of land and presently has 1,739 registered band members, 490 live on reserve, 64 live on other reserves and 1,185 live off reserve. Fishing Lake is looking to obtain as much information as possible to improve their community by creating revenue, expanding their construction field, utilizing and expanding our equipment, and investing in mining and oil drilling.
  • Yekooche First Nation
    Yekooche First Nation is a progressive Nation located in the heart of British Columbia, currently exploring various partnerships with the local community for resource development in the areas of forestry and mining. They are looking to find innovative companies to work alongside an ambitious First Nation community to create mutually rewarding partnerships and increase Yekooche First Nation capacity and opportunity.
  • CBI Solar
    Carbon Bite Innovations (Solar) is a full service solar power installation company operating across Canada. As an accredited energy assessor with twenty years of experience in the energy industry, they are confident, reliable and attuned to individual client needs. They are looking to establish business relationships within the Aboriginal community and to educate businesses and communities on the benefits of solar power energy.
  • Strategies North, National ABM Partner
    Advise, Develop,  Manage. We are a consulting firm that offers business advisory, program, proposal and business development as well as organizational management services. Our clients include First Nations communities, non profits and small businesses. We have extensive experience in assisting with partnerships, negotiations and Benefit Agreements from both a proponent and First Nation perspective.
  • TD Commercial Banking - Indigenous Banking
    Providing financial solutions to First Nation Communities, Economic Development Corporations and Businesses.
  • Indigetech Software Inc
    Indigetech is 100% First Nation owned and operated specializing in software and I.T solutions for First Nations.  We currently have a patented First Nations employment software specifically design to job match and track education and safety tickets for Fist Nation members.
  • Prairie People Métis Economic Development Corp.
    Prairie People Metis Economic Development Corporation (PPMEDC) is economic development affiliate of Central Urban Metis Federation Inc. (CUMFI). Our goal is to obtain operational self sufficiency for CUMFI and its array of social programs, services and housing offered to the Metis community. Our main business development geographic boundaries are all of south-central Saskatchewan encompassing our traditional land use area. This however does not exclude ventures outside of this area. PPMEDC is actively seeking opportunities that fulfill our goal of self sufficiency and self determination. We are open to discussing and assessing all potential ventures that assist us in meeting our targets.
  • Sakitawak Development Corporation
    Ile-a-la-Crosse is a northern village, with a population of 1,353, located in the boreal forest of northwest Saskatchewan. Situated on a peninsula on the western shore of Lac Ile-a-la-Crosse it is accessed by Highway 908 off of Highway 155. It is located within the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District and incorporated as a northern village regulated by The Northern Municipalities Act. This historic Métis village is rich with history and is the second oldest community in Saskatchewan. Sakitawak Development currently owns a number of business ventures within the community, as well as being a partner in a locally owned company.
  • Yorkton Tribal Council - ABM Co-Host
    Yorkton Tribal Council (YTC) is located in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. Their business center is mainly Yorkton and surrounding areas. YTC has 6-member nations that they actively serve and support. As a Tribal Council, YTC gets involved in economic and social projects. They would like to meet with potential investors and partners and increase their network.
  • La Loche Economic Development
    The La Loche Economic Development Corporation (LLEDC) is the economic development arm for the Northern Village of La Loche . We are actively seeking business opportunities that encourage healthy, prosperous development within our community. We strive to showcase our cultural identity, build capacity, and create opportunities for our residents to reach their potential. The Northern Village of La Loche is located approximately 347 km north of Meadow Lake and has over 2,611 residents. The village has a large available workforce that is in close proximity to an abundance of resources, such as forests, minerals, metals, oil, and gas. LLEDC and the community have also identified a need for a variety of services including: health services, transitional housing, taxi services, and satellite banking services. We look forward to meeting all prospective partners and discussing potential ventures that will boost economic development for our community and residents.
  • Northern Green Lake Village
    Our village is interested in attracting business development in our community. We have a great deal of land to develop upon, access to natural resources and are willing to partner to develop opportunities for the residents of our community. Our main focus is on environmentally sustainable options.
  • Novo Solar Solutions Inc.
    Novo Solar Solutions is a Metro Vancouver based company that specializes in solar photovoltaic (PV) systems and energy efficient products that enable you to harness the sun’s power and use it comfortably within your home and business.  With over 25 years of industry experience behind us and 85 years of combined construction trade experience, we use our knowledge base and the best equipment available to provide quality energy solutions. We believe that innovation and technology are the drivers for positive change. We’re determined to utilize these advancements and have influence in what matters, to secure a bright future for generations to come. As a BC owned and operated business we know success isn’t just measured by a profit-loss statement. We’re here to better our communities and take some of the strain off of our environment, ensuring long term progress can be maintained with minimal harm.    
  • Prairie Lily Economic Development Corporation
    Prairie Lily Economic Development Corporation (PLEDC) is based out of Prince Albert Saskatchewan and is the economic development arm of the Prince Albert Metis Women Association. In addition to being the Province's third largest city, Prince Albert also boasts Canada's largest per capita Metis population. Prince Albert's Metis have an extensive traditional territory with abundant natural resources including forests, water, diamonds, and other mineral resources. The City of Prince Albert acts as retail hub for the north central and Northern regions of the Province, and as such, also presents many opportunities for retail and service sector business development. PLEDC has experience in the areas of catering, facility management, commercial real estate development, and housing. Our corporation possesses a solid capital base and an eagerness to develop new business ventures in our area.
  • Halalt First Nation
    Our population is approximately 217 band members, with approximately 1/2 living on reserve. More than 1/2 our membership are under the age of 40.We are in the process of obtaining land designation that will set aside reserve lands for economic development use, securing a set aside area into perpetuity.We are currently involved in fisheries, forestry and agriculture carrying out our own businesses for the band and its membership.
  • Kahkewistahaw First Nation
    Kahkewistahaw First Nation is located approximately 10 km's north of Broadview Saskatchewan and extends into the Qu'Appelle Valley. The FN owns property within the City of Yorkton, Saskatchewan, where developments include; a Home Inn and Suites Hotel, a Petro Canada Gas & Convenience Store and the Painted Hand Casino.  There is still land in Yorkton that can be developed. The current business entities that are in operation are: Mamawi Holding, which is the leasing company that leases the Yorkton property, Kahkewistahaw Gas & Convenience Store which is the Yorkton Petro Canada, Penipa Hotel, which is responsible for the Home Inn & Suites Hotel in Yorkton and finally the Kahkewistahaw Sand & Gravel LP, which operates the Sand & Gravel company on the main First Nation
  • Snuneymuxw First Nation
    Snuneymuxw First Nation is striving to create opportunities to fulfill our potential as individuals, families, and as a Nation.
  • Khowutzun Development Corporation
    The Khowutzun Development Corporation is actively searching for partners and investors who can either complement our current business practices or who can provide expertise in developing new markets and opportunities.
  • TLC Solutions
    TLC Solutions is a leading IT & Communications service provider that builds state-of-the-art Technologies such as Fiber Optics Networks and Hyper-V Servers for communities and businesses, currently working with 23 Indigenous communities across Western Canada.  TLC Solutions would like to build partnerships to build local capacity and help bring fiber optic networks to every Indigenous community.
  • PIC Investment Group Inc
    PIC is a family office located in Saskatoon, SK. We own 8 operating companies in Canada and have equity investments in 19 other companies. We make equity investments and manage operating companies in order to enable entrepreneurs and leaders to achieve their aspirations of business success through hard work and dedication to excellence. We recently acquired Long Lake Insurance together with our partner, Athabasca Basin Development. We seek to provide a unique insurance offering to serve the specific needs of the Aboriginal market.
  • Keeseekoose First Nation
    Keeseekoose First Nation is a Saulteaux First Nation reserve located in Kamsack, Saskatchewan and covers approximately 8,475 hectares. They are interested in exploring opportunities in sectors such as energy and mining, oil and gas, and wholesale trade.
  • Lytton First Nation
    Lytton First Nation has a business called the Lytton First Nation Hot Spot Arts & Crafts Store which is a retail business. We also own and operate a small Sawmill. We also offer seasonal guided hike packages into the Stein Valley Nlaka'pamux Heritage Park.
  • Seton Lake Band
    The Seton Lake Band provides general services to our members. We are an Internet Service Provider , and through our Tsa'lalh Development Corporation, we offer; hotel accommodations and meeting facilities, RV parking,Security, Traffic Control, First Aid , Environmental and Heritage Monitoring, Landscaping, General Construction through a partnership with IVL contracting, Heavy Equipment services,Janitorial and Silvicultural services. We are always looking for new partnerships and opportunities. We operate our school in cooperation with the local School District 74 (k-12) including a Headstart and pre school. We run in partnership with CN Rail, a light rail Shuttle vehicle service between Lillooet and Seton Portage.
  • Okanagan Indian Band
    The Okanagan Indian is located just outside Vernon, BC with 1,862 members, of which about half live on reserve. We have a total of 6 reserves encompassing over 11,000 hectares in various municipalities like Kelowna, Vernon, and the District of Lake Country. Our Sr. staff have extensive experience with AANDC's leasing and designation process and hope to hold several designation referendums over the next 5 years to support economic activity on our various reserves. We look forward to meeting all attendees and hopefully collaborating on new ventures.
  • Penner Oil
    Penner Oil's  head office is located in Winnipeg at 29 Mountain View Rd. They are in the wholesale fuel business supplying petroleum products to retailers, contractors, farmers, First Nation communities including Winter Roads. They would like to partner with First Nations who want to establish retail gasoline outlets in their communities by financing the petroleum equipment that is required. First Nation fuel business is Penner Oil's main focus.
  • EFC Business Services Inc
    EFC provides customized business plans, marketing plans, feasibility studies, and expansion plans. They have successfully written over 250 plans securing over $100 million in funds and financing for Aboriginal entrepreneurs and communities throughout Western Canada. EFC would like to offer their customized economic development and business planning services and to form alliances with like-minded professionals.
  • Grace Energy Solar & Wind Products
    Marketing & installing utility grade solar projects in Western Canada. Currently have six projects under construction in Saskatchewan. We provide training & employment for aboriginal as well as non-aboriginal. We also have a Wind Turbine dealership. Small turbines from 50 kW t 250kW. We will be moving into the Manitoba market early in 2018. All our projects are EPC. Engineering, Procurement, Construction & Commissioning. We offer training in equipment operation as well as classroom training for solar installers.
  • Cowichan Tribes
    Cowichan Tribes is located on Vancouver Island in Duncan, BC. KDC is the economic development office for Cowichan Tribes. Currently Cowichan Tribes owns and licences Mustimuhw Citizen Health Portal. Cowichan Tribes is interested in business venture opportunities.
  • La Loche Metis Local #39 Corp.
    La Loche is a Metis Community with about 3500 plus population incl. people from south that work in community, teachers, Dr. and nurses etc. approx. 15 plus business locally and contractors and opportunities exist with mining exploration happening in our local areas.
  • PINTER & Associates Ltd.
    PINTER & Associates Ltd. is a full service environmental, municipal/infrastructure, geotechnical, waste management engineering and safety consultant with offices in Saskatoon, Regina and Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Our staff of professionals have a vast array of experience in the many facets of these disciplines and we specialize in providing assessment, investigation, design, consulting, and project management services in these fields. PINTER's team of engineering professionals is led by Lawrence Pinter, P.Eng. Mr. Pinter has over thirty years of experience in the field of geoenvironmental engineering consulting. He has been working and consulting in the geoenvironmental sector since 1987. Our clients include private corporations, individuals, government agencies, First Nations Communities, Business Development Corporations, Tribal Councils ,and Indigenous Owned Enterprises. We have over 19 years of experience working with First Nations and in northern communities on environmental, safety, water, and wastewater projects. Our current breadth of services is focused in Western Canada.
  • Penelakut Tribe
    Penelakut Tribe is located on the South East Coast of Vancouver Island. They have four different reserve locations: Penelakut Island, Tent Island, a portion of Galiano Island, and Tsussie Road, which is located in Chemainus, BC. They have a seafood company and would like to explore opportunities to further their operation in the aquaculture industry. Some of the industries they would like to explore for future business development are construction, energy and mining, and tourism.
  • Xplornet Communications Inc.
    Xplornet Commercial Services (formerly YourLink) provides connectivity and custom network solutions to remote SMB and enterprise-level clients throughout Western Canada, while leveraging an extensive network presence across Canada. Specializing in building communications infrastructure, Xplornet Commercial Services helps companies sustain, manage and connect their rural assets successfully. With a focus on customers in oil and gas, agriculture, transportation, energy services, mining, utilities, manufacturing and government, our team provides scalable, custom wireless solutions to the most difficult to serve locations. Businesses turn to Xplornet Commercial Services for a variety of services.  
  • Thakotitan Economic Development Corporation
    The community is seeking to establish and maintain long-term mutually-beneficial relationships with other parties from across Canada. Thakotitan Economic Development Corporation (TEDC) is our federally-registered economic arm that seeks to attract interested parties to work with us.
  • Vancouver Island Construction Association
    As the Vancouver Island Construction Association (VICA), we serve our construction community: the institutional, commercial, industrial, civil, and multi-residential construction sectors on Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands, and other coastal areas of British Columbia. VICA members come from all areas of our construction community from owners, architects, and engineers to consultants and contractors. We're made up of a diverse group of individuals — women, men, young, and old — that bring unique skills and experience to the workforce. Together, we contribute to the dynamic construction industry in BC!
  • Ahous Business Corporation
    In 2012, the Ahousaht Nation under the leadership of the Hawiih (Hereditary Chiefs) created the Maaqutusiis Hahoulthee Stewardship Society to manage economic development and lands within the hahoulthee (traditional territory), which include lands and islands in and around Tofino on the west coast of Vancouver Island. The Ahous Business Corporation is the delivery agent for economic development. Priority projects include land development, cultural tourism, and a fuel station. They would like to establish new business relationships with potential partners and investors for tourism and land development interests.
  • Ocean Man First Nation
    The Ocean Man Reserve is located near Stoughton Saskatchewan. This reserve is 4,128.4 hectares in size.
  • Flying Dust First Nation
    The Flying Dust First Nation is located on the northeast side of the City of Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan. The band has a current membership of 1500 people with 700 living on the reserve. The area is home to some of the most fertile farmland in northern Saskatchewan. The City of Meadow Lake is an important service centre to the north western part of the province and provides many services and conveniences to that region. The NorSask Sawmill, Meadow Lake Mechanical Pulp Industry and Meadow Lake OSB Ltd Partnership, all located just outside the reserve, provide many employment opportunities for the people of the area.
  • Northisle Copper and Gold Inc.
    Northisle Copper and Gold Inc. owns mineral titles located north of Holburg Inlet from west of the now closed Island Copper Mine to the recently built wind farm complex. They have carried out exploratory drilling and engineering studies over the last 6 years and recently completed it's initial economic assessment of the two known deposits. They continue to advance the project through additional engineering and economic studies with the goal of eventually building a mining project. Northisle Copper and Gold Inc. would like to raise awareness of opportunities with respect to contracting , service providing and employment.
  • Gorman Bros. Lumber/Pole Div. Ltd
    Gorman Bros. Pole Div wants to develop transparent, sustainable, and value added partnerships with First Nations Groups through Single Stem Helicopter Operation.
  • We Wai Kai Nation
    The We Wai Kai Nation/Cape Mudge Band current population is approximately 1100 Citizens, about 1/2 live on reserve (split between Cape Mudge Village and Quinsam Reserve), and the other 1/2 live off reserve. The Nation has 5 designated reserve lands covering 685 hectares (1693 acres), they are named/numbered as follows: Village Bay - IR#7 - located on the east side of Quadra Island, is 4.11 hectares and is uninhabited. Open Bay -  IR#8 - located in the east side of Quadra Island is 5.0 hectares and is uninhabited. Drew Harbour - IR#9 - located on the east side of Quadra Island is 96.9 hectares and is home the We Wai Kai Campground, the We Wai Kai Nation Seafood Corporation and the Ravin Raven. Cape Mudge IR#10 - located on the south-western portion of Quadra Island. This is the largest of the 5 reserves at 458 hectares and is home to about 40% of the Nation on reserve housing, the We Wai Kai Nation Administration office, the Cape Mudge Boatworks, Tsa-Kwa-Luten Lodge, the Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre, a pre-school and daycare facilities. Quinsam IR#12 - located within the city limits of Campbell River, occupying about 121 hectares and is home to 60% of the Nations houses, the Quinsam Liquor Store, Lees Famous Chicken and Ribs, Quinsam Shell Gas Station, the We Wai Kai Nation Administration Office, Headstart Program, and the Quinsam Hall/Centre.
  • Thichum Forest Products LP
    Tla'amin Capital Assets Inc. (formerly known as the Sliammon Development Corporation) was incorporated in 1995 to engage in and oversee economic development for the Tla’amin Nation. SDC has over 18 years of experience in conducting business, particularly in land development, forestry, aquaculture, retail, hospitality and tourism. The Tla'amin Nation (formerly Sliammon First Nation) has also engaged in protocol agreements, joint planning, and other initiatives with neighboring jurisdictions in order to strengthen relationships and allow for cooperation and collaboration on projects and initiatives aimed at bolstering economic growth within the region. Particularly important the Tla'amin have implemented their Treaty Agreement on April 5, 2016 and have returned to self-government.
  • Integrated Operations Group Inc.
    ntegrated Operations Group Inc. (IOG) is a full-phase forest development firm based on Vancouver Island. We specialize in steep, remote, constrained and all-around challenging forestry projects with a focus on value rather than volume. With a team consisting of Professional Foresters, ISA Certified Arborists, fallers, tree climbers, forest engineers and other resource professionals, we provide a one-stop solution for resource managers facing tough challenges or those simply needing assistance to achieve their forest development goals. Our core business areas include specialty forest harvesting (e.g. standing-stem, log salvage, 'lighter-touch' forestry), hazard-tree management and abatement and commercial stand-tending. But what really sets IOG apart from other companies is our ability to use 'out-of-box' thinking and take your project from start to finish, or "stump-to-dump". Starting with little more than an idea or a challenge, we can manage your permitting, layout and operations, right through to delivery and log sales. Not interested in the full-phase model but still have a need for some of our services? No problem - that works for us too.
  • Coastal Community Credit Union
    Coastal Community is the largest credit union based on Vancouver Island, with our head office in Nanaimo. We operate primarily in the traditional territories of the Kwakiutl and Coast Salish peoples, with 23 branches from Port Hardy to Victoria. Our goal is to build relationships that improve financial health, enrich people's lives and build healthier communities. We provide a full range of personal and organizational financial services including banking, credit, insurance, trust and wealth management. Our Commercial Services department provides banking services for First Nations organizations and enterprises. A dedicated team of financial professionals works with each organization, seeking to understand the specific financial service requirements and create customized, flexible solutions. In addition to our branch network, we provide telephone banking and electronic banking/cash management services, providing convenience and peace of mind.
  • Built Contracting Ltd
    Built Contracting was established in 2013 in Nanoose Bay, B.C. We are a General Contracting company that works on many different projects including commercial, institutional, industrial and residential. We are a privately owned partnership with nineteen staff members working on various developments province wide. We have six Red Seal carpenters and two carpentry apprentices, two of our Red Seal carpenters and indenturing into the Gold Seal program. We have built several projects for First Nation all over Vancouver Island, from Health centres to daycares to band offices to housing. In our Nanoose Bay office we have six staff members including the two partnered principals. Our two principals have a combined knowledge of over fifty years within the construction industry. As a father/son partnership they form a leadership with shared common core values about operating our business. As working principals, they are involved in all aspects of a project from initial concepts to planning and final design continuing through to the end of construction. Within B.C. we have provided quality general contracting services to our diversified clients in the commercial, educational, healthcare, civic/government, residential, senior/social housing markets. All these projects were developed with sustainability in mind.
  • inEnergy
    inEnergy is a Canadian Indigenous solar energy EPC and electrical services firm. They build micro-generation solar power systems (up to 1MW) and utility-scale solar power plants (>1MW) to power homes, buildings and communities. In addition, they facilitate capacity building through collaborative project development and solar power education programs that enable hands-on knowledge and skills. inEnergy would like to meet with Aboriginal Communities and Business Leaders to discuss how they can collaborate to develop solar power systems in a way that will holistically benefit the community and its people.
  • Land Forest People Consulting Ltd.
    Land Forest People Consulting Ltd. operates in the field of resource stewardship as defined by the gifts possessed by each client community, including land, forests, and other natural resources.Emphasizing relationships, together we develop tools such as land use plans and environmental management plans with which communities foster social, cultural, economic, and environmental sustainability. Land Forest People's goal for the ABM is to meet communities, clients, and cooperators who also believe that successful business development is only one of the required components of a sustainable community. Economic success is ensured through integrated planning for land, health, culture, and the environment.
  • Indigenous Insight
    I am a member of the Tla'amin Nation; served as my community's Chief Councillor (2002-2004); and served on Council for eight years. In my tenure as Chief Councillor, I became a primary architect in a historic document called the Community Accord and signed by City of Powell River and then Sliammon First Nation. This document was re-affirmed in June 2018. This intergovernmental work was recognized on a regional, provincial and national level. Other advisory services areas include: - Indigenous relations and cultural awareness training (hard-copy, and online formats available); - Leadership development - Economic and small business development
  • Kaz Consulting Group Ltd.
    Kaz Consulting Ltd. believes there is no better way to serve the needs of Canadian investors than by providing access to independent, unbiased financial advice. We are independent, trustworthy and knowledgeable. Our approach is a transparent, confidential and personal process to help turn your dreams to reality. Working together to achieve your financial goals because we are all unique, special and different. We would like to make good connections with people specifically on the island, not only looking for good business connections but relationships that will help grow Vancouver Island to an even better community. One where we help each other pursue our God given talents. There is lots of talent and resources on the island.
  • Tofino Bus All Island Express
    Tofino Bus All Island Express is a locally-owned Vancouver Island bus company that offers daily scheduled passenger service to all points of Vancouver island. With Greyhound pulling service from its last remaining route on the island, Tofino bus has now taken over all the major routes on the island. Tofino Bus is an interline partner with Greyhound connecting with the Greyhound North America network, also a partner with Greyhound package express. We can ship your parcels all over Vancouver Island, same day, next day to Vancouver AND all over North America! We would like to meet the people in all the communities we serve on the Island. To listen and learn how we can provide a transportation system on Vancouver Island that people are excited about.
  • City of Penticton
    Penticton is often referred to as the “hidden gem" of the Okanagan Valley. A small city with a population of 33,000 it is one of only two cities in the world that is perfectly situated between two lakes – Lake Okanagan and Skaha. With 2100 hours of sunshine and only 15 inches of rain annually, the region is highly regarded as a top destination to visit. Record levels of development in the last 2 years are also showing that it is becoming a top place to live. The City of Penticton is looking to raise awareness of the investment opportunities within the City of Penticton, and to support the economic development goals of the Penticton Indian Band.
  • Eagle Lake First Nation (Ontario)
    The Eagle Lake First Nation is situated on the northeast shores of Eagle Lake and is located in the heart of the Canadian Shield in the boreal forests and lakes of Northwestern Ontario. Cultural activities are an important element of Eagle Lake society and in addition to the Pow-wows include Community Sweats, Sharing Circles, Arts & Crafts, Traditional Healing and Elders’ Activities.
  • Mistawasis First Nation
    Mistawasis First Nation always looking for new opportunities, partnerships, acquisitions, and business relations. In the past Mistawasis First Nation has utilized its land base for agriculture, fishing, hunting, fur trapping, silviculture, logging, herbs and craft materials.
  • Papaschase First Nation
    Papaschase Band #136 is regrouping after being scattered for so many years. The nation is looking to build strong relationships and network to build a brighter future for generations to come.
  • Josephine Kruger - Private Land Development Opportunity
    Penticton band member with 88 acres of prime locatee property looking for opportunities, investment, partnerships and services.
  • Ochapowace First Nation
    We are a team that provides our peoples of Ochapowace Nation with: high quality services a profitable economic base protection of our inherent rights and way of life guidance and fullfillment of our treaties
  • Sweetgrass First Nation
  • Kitasoo First Nation
    Our vision for our land and resources is based on the best definition of the term “sustainable”. To us this means that the wealth of forests, fish, wildlife and the complexity of all life will be here forever. It also means that we will be here forever. To remain here as Kitasoo and Xai’xais people, we need to protect and enhance our culture and protect our heritage. We also need to live in the modern world. We need jobs to sustain our families. We need revenue and economic development to sustain our community.
  • Ahtahkakoop Cree Nation
    Ahtahkakoop Cree Nation is a forward looking, progressive First Nation located in north central Saskatchewan (72 km northwest of Prince Albert). Ahtahkakoop has a solid governance/administrative foundation on which to build sustainable economic developments through forging lasting and mutually beneficial business relationships.
  • Canoe Lake Cree First Nation
    Canoe Lake is situated in the mid boreal ecoregion, approximately 134 km north of Meadow Lake Saskathcewan. Canoe Lake is a first nation community and owns a Gas bar on one of our pieces of land 11km in the urban centre of Meadow Lake. There is also some forestry activities within the first nations ajecent to the home community. Currently looking for market for our Gravel.
  • A2Z Safety & Training LTD
    A2Z Safety & Training LTD (A2Z Safety) is located downtown Prince Albert in a public service building with a variety of other service agencies as neighbors. A2Z Safety currently offers more then 20 certified training courses with more being developed as needs arise in areas with classroom space open to the individual for a single participant or working with an organization or agency who register multiple participants. A2Z Safety works with all demographics but prides itself on the relationships built with Saskatchewan First Nations and Aboriginal Communities.
  • Bonaparte Indian Band
    Bonaparte Indian Band, also known as the Bonaparte First Nation, is a member band of the Shuswap Nation Tribal Council of the Secwepemc (Shuswap) people. The band is separated into nine (9) sections, and has a membership of about 900. Band members are called the Stuctwesecm in Secwepemctsin, which means “people of Stuctuws.
  • Almita Piling
    Almita's leadership team is dedicated to maintaining our position as North America's leading helical pile provider by continuing to advance helical pile technology and providing our clients with superior service from project conception to completion.
  • The Growcer
    The Growcer manufactures modular plug-and-play hydroponic systems to enable food production in remote communities and operations. We specialize in building systems for Arctic and highly remote regions where food costs are significant and traditional food sources are unfeasible, though our systems are also financially & operationally viable in urban settings where food costs vary drastically with seasonality.
  • Artspan Inc.
    Artspan is an industry leading manufacturer of structural insulated steel panel products that provide exceptional structural building envelope solutions for residential, commercial and industrial applications. We are committed to providing high quality, innovative products and pride ourselves on offering exemplary service to our customers.
  • Aurora Helicopters Ltd.
    Aurora Helicopters has been conducting helicopter charter services for more than 15 years, from our network of 9 base locations in 3 provinces. We operate a variety of helicopter types, in support of a wide variety of missions. We are looking to connect and create partnerships with aboriginal entities, to our mutual benefit.
  • Safety Association of Saskatchewan Manufacturers
    SASM offers both online and classroom based safety training (over 30 different topics and levels of class), occupational hygiene programs. Our clients range from very small (1 worker) to very large (over 800 workers) organizations. Some of our clients are owned by aboriginal organizations. SASM's clients produce an incredible array of products and services.
  • Arrow Games/ Arrow International Inc.
    With over 50 years of industry experience and facilities in North America and Europe, Arrow provides the highest quality gaming products and the most reliable service in the industry. This professional support enables the social and charitable gaming organizations we work with to focus on fun, competition and profitability.
  • CASH Métis Economic Development Corporation
    The CASH Metis Economic Development Corporation is an arms length Métis economic development corporation that is currently owned by 4 Métis locals within the Eastern Region. We strive to provide business opportunities to Métis residents within our region through joint ventures and partnership agreements. Actively seeking opportunities that will enhance the lives of the Métis people by creating economic development opportunities that will enable the Eastern Region II, Métis Nation-Saskatchewan (ERII) to be a self-determining and sustainable community.
  • Versatile Concepts Industries
    VCI Modulars is a Saskatchewan-based designer and manufacturer of modular structures. Our initial focus is high end commercial buildings, school portables, workforce housing, offices and RTM housing. VCI has been providing to Canada’s mining, oil and gas, and construction industries with high quality, durable modular structures since 2013.
  • Hakai Energy Solutions Inc
    Renewable energy integration consultation, design and installation in grid connected and remote locations.  Hakai Energy Solutions helps individuals, businesses and communities reduce their reliance on diesel or grid operators through advanced integration technologies and techniques.
  • The Owls Path Tourism
    We are a first nations travel agency, based out of Port Alberni, on Vancouver Island. We are actively researching, and looking for partners to include in travel packages that will provide a unique experience to the world.
  • Finning (Canada
    Finning is the world's largest Caterpillar dealer delivering unrivalled service for 85 years. We sell, rent and provide parts and service for equipment and engines to customers in various industries, including mining, construction, petroleum, forestry and a wide range of power systems applications.
  • JD Mollard and Associates (2010) Limited
    J.D. Mollard and Associates (2010) Limited (JDMA) is a private engineering, geoscience and environmental consulting company based in Regina, Saskatchewan. JDMA personnel have carried out over 5,000 consulting assignments for government, academia, private industry and Indigenous communities and organizations, including working directly with specific First Nations and tribal councils, indirectly as sub-consultants, and interacting with communities and individuals during stakeholder engagement assignments.
  • Biomed Recovery & Disposal Ltd.
    Biomed Recovery & Disposal Ltd. is the largest Saskatchewan-based waste management company in Canada. Established in 1992, Biomed transports and processes over 90% of the waste in the Province of Saskatchewan. Over the past 26 years Biomed Recovery & Disposal Ltd. has conducted ongoing research and development to develop safe, effective and cost-effective methods of biohazardous waste management. Biomed’s unique waste management techniques successfully meet stringent criteria from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment to ensure that our waste disposal methods protect the safety of our employees and the general public at all times
  • Nexon Solar
    We are a renewable energy company located in Regina Saskatchewan. Nexon Solar takes pride in providing clean affordable energy to First Nation's communities, homeowners, business, agriculture, commercial infrastructure, schools and non-profit organizations at competitive affordable industry leading prices.
  • Kawacatoose First Nation
    Were a mixture of Cree and Saulteaux people, 200 houses on reserve and are planning on creating more for our membership. We want to create economic wealth to accommodate our growing population.
  • Clean Energy Consulting Inc.
    Clean Energy Consulting is a BC based company founded in 2008 to provide services for energy production and efficiency projects.  We are passionate about developing and implementing practical projects that will have a meaningful, positive impact on the tremendous challenges facing our global community. We want to leave a better world for future generations.  In a world where sounds bytes and press releases often mascarade as progress, we intend to build projects that make a meaningful difference for our families, communities, and planet.
  • Northern Research Group Inc
    Northern Research Group (NRG Inc.) is a 100% Aboriginal-owned company based out of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan that provides various consultancy services tailored to the needs of Aboriginal people in Saskatchewan. Specializing in Aboriginal Business Development and Community Economic Development. NRG Inc. provides efficient solutions to clients demands in both the public and private sectors.
  • Black Lake First Nation
    Black Lake is active in economic development ventures in order to create employment and build wealth for the community. The First Nation owns numerous businesses including Elizabeth Falls Hydro, Black Lake Development, Black Lake Ventures, and Waterfound Development Corp
  • Pinehouse Business North
    PBN would like to connect with other businesses who could complement PBN's existing services as well as help promote future economic development opportunities in Pinehouse and Northern Saskatchewan.
  • Allan Construction
    Allan Construction is a locally owned and operated General Contractor from Saskatoon SK. Since 1992 Allan Construction has grown from a small group of 3, to a staff of 160. We have also successfully completed over 2200 projects during this time. These projects have all ranged in value from small thousand dollar projects to $100 Million dollar projects. Our employees work each day on one of the largest company-owned fleets of construction equipment in Saskatchewan; 300 pieces of specialized machinery and equipment, each outfitted with GPS technology.
  • Kelly Panteluk Construction Ltd.
    Kelly Panteluk Construction Ltd. (KPCL) is one of the largest privately owned heavy equipment earth moving and underground services company in Saskatchewan. First founded in 1953, it is a second-generation company that has operated out of Estevan, Saskatchewan for over 60 years. During that time it has built a solid reputation in the industry for meeting and exceeding customers’ construction needs throughout the Prairie Provinces.