Our overall goals for participation in ABM is to make connections that develop into long term relationships. We also look forward to seeing clients we already have a relationship and growing it further. We look forward to learning more about each community and listening to their questions. We would also like to keep groups informed to new information that would …
Pauquachin First Nation offers many health and wellness programs but are looking to increase business portfolio to generate revenue into our community.
Hum Consulting is a firm that helps decision-makers in local and Indigenous governments and organizations transform engagement processes into meaningful experiences that aim to decrease divisiveness and build stronger connection. This company builds on years of experience bringing diverse perspectives into resource development decisions through seminal work in health impact assessment (HIA).
seyem is in business to economically support the programs and services of our growing community and be a viable contributor to the local and regional economy. We believe strongly in the values of partnership, strategic vision, environmental stewardship and sustainable development opportunities that reflect and honour traditional laws and teachings that have guided our people for countless generations.
Working together to design and deliver child and family services solutions that best suit your Nation and community needs. Working together to incorporate counselling and assessments, to gain information so that we can incorporate both global and traditional healing modalities to heal and help children and youth both in care and in the community.
We are a mobile Optometry service that provides fully comprehensive eye exams and glasses to communities that may not have direct or convenient access, as well as businesses which would benefit from having the convenience of on-site eye exams.
RecTec Industries Inc. has been building relationships throughout the province of BC by distributing BC’s most innovative park and recreation equipment. They are looking to build partnerships with health-oriented Indigenous communities who value the health of their members and understand the powerful benefits of a strong and healthy community.