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  • First Nations Financial Management Board (FMB)
    First Nations Financial Management Board (FMB) is Canada's only legislated body that develops and publishes Financial Administration Law, Financial Performance and Financial Management System Standards for First Nation Governments. FMB offers tools and templates and may be able to provide capacity development funding to First Nations.
  • PetroMaxx Construction
    PetroMaxx Construction is a national petroleum contractor specializing in the design and construction of gas stations as well as convenience and branded food partner stores. They are looking to partner with First Nation 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.
  • Woodward & Company LLP, National ABM Partner
    Woodward & Company LLP, National ABM Partner, is a law firm working exclusively for First Nations. Known as the "rights and title" firm, they are hoping to make their experience in business law aware in the Aboriginal market. They are looking for partnerships who might be interested in negotiating impact benefit agreements, developing corporate structures, complex financing and secured transactions, all tax matters, and all aspects of on and off-reserve lands development, including governance issues.
  • 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.
  • MNP LLP
    MNP's Aboriginal Services team offers a full suite of accounting, tax and consulting services to help Aboriginal communities succeed. They are interested in supporting the development of partnerships and collaborations between Aboriginal communities, businesses and individuals who are interested in customized training solutions, hands-on training sessions, and leadership training programs.
  • Hazelwood Group of Companies
    The Hazelwood Group of companies is a privately owned, Nanaimo based organization made up of several different companies. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal communities interested in diverse heavy civil construction projects, including run-of-river hydro developments, bridge installations, road construction, water & sewer main installations, as well as a variety of industrial, commercial and residential construction developments and stone exploration.
  • 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 of Saskatchewan
    First Nations Power Authority of Saskatchewan (FNPA) is a non-profit, member-owned organization with a mission to engage and include First Nations in the province’s power industry. They are poised to become an important component of SaskPower’s plan to have 50% renewables by 2030. They are looking to connect with potential members, Aboriginal businesses and the labour force to generate stable, long-term cash flows for the benefit of First Nations communities, the Province, and the environment.
  • Peepeekisis Development Corporation
    Peepeekisis Development Corporation is the business arm of Peepeekisis First Nation. Their current infrastructure includes a band office, arena, gymnasium, school, health clinic, and other maintenance facilities. They are looking to connect with companies and communities in the agriculture industries, with the hope of starting a butcher shop.
  • 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.
  • Vancouver Island Economic Alliance - ABM Co-Host
    Vancouver Island Economic Alliance (VIEA) is the only non-government organization on Vancouver Island with a focus on the entire Island economy--all sectors, all locations, public and private. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal business leaders to better understand their initiatives, their goals, their needs, and their value propositions to understand opportunities and barriers and to help identify potential partnerships and solutions.
  • McDougall Energy, National ABM Partner
    McDougall Energy, National ABM Partner, is one of the largest gasoline-retailing and commercial networks in Canada and an ABM National Partner. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal communities interested in creating a partnerships with an Esso retailer, On the Run Franchisee and Key to the Highway Dealer.
  • The Update Company
    The Update Company offers comprehensive online marketing services as well as training to help organizations build capacity and autonomy. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal communities who are developing their own enterprises and are looking for expertise in the promotion and marketing of their ventures.
  • Waterhen Lake First Nation
    Waterhen Lake First Nation (WLFN) is a forest and lakeside Northern Saskatchewan community with access to hunting, fishing, and other harvesting opportunities. They are looking to connect with communities who are capable of retrofitting community infrastructure with solar, hydro project development feasibility and concept design and identifying possible alternative energy grant assistance.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • ? Esdilagh of Tsilhqot'in Nation
    ? Esdilagh of Tsilhqot'in Nation is a growing and proactive Nation located in Central Interior of BC on the Fraser River between Quesnel and Williams Lake, BC. Their current economic activity under their newly developed a Economic Development Corporation include an on-reserve agriculture, off-reserve timber harvesting, a joint-venture with Sturgeon Insurance, EBA engineering, and mining & transportation with Nuna Logistics. They are looking to develop a major project in subsurface and energy on-reserve through legal instruments the Nation holds, development of major power lines, railway and natural resources, as well as investors.
  • 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 in June 2015 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.
  • TIPI/IMI Insurance Partnership
    TIPI/IMI Insurance Partnership is a brokerage company specializing in Employee Benefits Plans for First Nation, Inuit and Metis employers. They are 100% Aboriginally-owned with all offices operating on reserve and looking to connect with Nations interested in their services. Their slogan: We Know Aboriginal People, We Are Aboriginal People.
  • 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.
  • Liquid Capital, West Coast Financing Corp.
    Liquid Capital, West Coast Financing Corp. is a Vancouver Island-based commercial finance/trade finance company that helps businesses grow and succeed until they become bankable. They serve the needs of small, medium and emerging middle-market enterprises, while still delivering the resources and service capabilities of a much larger financial services company. This means they are able to provide services to unmatched client service that is uniquely local, reliable and scalable. They are looking to connect with clients that can grow their business with confidence, knowing Liquid Capital will be able to fund and service them at every stage.
  • Skwah First Nation
    Skwah First Nation is a vibrant community with a variety of private and public enterprises such as the famous Greg Moore Raceway which holds Kart racing on weekends throughout the year, weather permitting. The Nation also features a mix of agricultural and residential land - it is not uncommon to see someone riding horseback through the community. Chilliwack Landing Preschool has been teaching children from the community and surrounding areas for 33 years, fostering the values of self-worth & self-preservation, cultural connection, family traditions, elder teachings and community involvement. Another great source of pride is the River Spirit Canoe Club, where members compete and win regularly throughout BC and the northwestern states. Skwah First Nation also encompasses other lands: Skwahli which is situated across the slough - 118.50 ha, Skwahla which sits at the base of Little Mountain - 11.70 ha, and Schelowat which is agricultural land out in Rosedale - 85.2 ha, Skwah FN also shares the administration of the Grass Indian Reserve #5 - 64.80 ha, Pekw’Xe:yles - 10.30 ha, and Skumalasph IR#16 - 468.40 ha. They are looking to connect with companies and communities interested in opportunities for diversification and self-determination.
  • 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.
  • Blackstone Insurance
    Blackstone Insurance is a unique insurance brokerage specializing in the two most important aspects of every company’s insurance program, well versed with the unique needs of First Nations. Their specific areas of expertise in the Aboriginal market include: eligibility issues (ensuring that non-traditional dependents are included, streamline paperwork, blended Status and Non-Status family solutions), disability issues, (access to physicians in remote locations, Net vs. Gross income differences for employees who don't pay income tax), health and dental (coordination with NIHB, protecting the treaty rights of eligible members) and more.
  • 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.
  • Resource Management International Inc.
    Resource Management International is a Saskatchewan-based civil engineering consulting firm offering full project management services for civil, structural and environmental engineering projects. They are looking to connect with communities and companies interested in services including preliminary site assessments from the design phases to construction management and quality control. Detailed designs and drawings along with contractual items of the project are included and the company has a diverse staff that offers 35 years of experience in their fields of expertise.
  • 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 is the world's leading integrated producer and marketer of concentrated phosphate and potash, participating in every aspect of crop nutrition development. They have over 2,200 employees in Saskatchewan. Their current business development activities include the mining of phosphate rock from nearly 200,000 acres of Mosaic-owned land in Central Florida, and potash from four mines in North America, primarily in Saskatchewan. Our products are processed into crop nutrients, and then shipped via rail, barge and ocean-going vessel to our customers in the major agricultural centers of the world. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal companies and communities interested in partnereships and joint-ventures in these areas.
  • Valard Construction LP
    Valard Construction LP offers engineering, construction, finance and maintenance of energy projects and power transmission facilities; specializing in solar, hydro and wind power; fiber optics, sub-station design and construction and all related transmission and distribution infrastructure. They are looking forward to the opportunity to meet new potential partners and communicate and work together in the development of clean energy projects.
  • Domco Group of Canada LTD.
    Domco Group of Canada is one of the most trusted and well respected remote sites service providers in Canada. Fully Canadian and independently owned, Domco Group of Canada has been in operation since 1945. They offer integrated remote site solutions, including a nutritious and well planned menu cycle, long-term relationship building, and deep Canadian roots in remote locations with First Nations communities. They are looking to develop long-term business partnerships, specifically within the mining sector.
  • 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.
  • E.D.S. Pumps & Water Treatment Ltd.
    EDS Pumps & Water Treatment is a 55 year old company located in Langley, British Columbia that specializes in pump systems and water treatment for residential, commercial, communities and industrial applications. EDS designs and builds systems which are utilized throughout British Columbia, the Yukon and Alberta. They also build and ship containerized pump/water treatment systems for remote locations and emergency response plans internationally. They are looking to build relationships and business contacts with businesses and communities that can utilize our products and services.
  • Carbon Bite Innovations
    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.
  • 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.
  • Kineepik Development Corporation
    Kineepik Metis Local #9, which owns KDC, represents the rights bearing Metis community of Pinehouse. KML is a signator to the 2012 Collaboration Agreement with Cameco and Areva. KML is also a signator to a Memorandum of Understanding with Denison Mines. Through with these agreements, Metis people in Pinehouse gain education and training, apprenticeships and employment. In addition, KML is a partner with the Northern Village of Pinehouse which owns and operates Pinehouse Business North. PBN is a stand-alone civil and construction contractor in Saskatchewan. At the local level, KML owns and operates CFNK Radio which promotes 100% language & culture and has online listeners from across Canada. Lastly, KML owns and operates the Recovery Lake Program which aims to empower community members to be fully productive members of Pinehouse.
  • 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.
  • Vancouver Island Powerline Ltd
    VIP opened its doors s in 1993 in Victoria and has since expanded to coverage across Vancouver Island, the Sunshine Coast and the Gulf Islands.  With over 20 years’ experience in live line distribution, pole line construction and repair, we provide service to BC Hydro and other clients, including the Dzawada’enuxw FN, Butchart Gardens, Department of National Defense and Telus.
  • Beauval Development Inc
    Beauval has a population of over 900 people. The main employer is the mine sites. We have a Northern store and a confectionery in town. We also have 1 large grocery store at the Beauval forks as well as a hotel and bar. Beauval is centrally located and can be a regional hub for business.
  • Buffalo Narrows Economic Development Corporation
    Buffalo Narrows, Saskatchewan is located in the northwest part of Saskatchewan, 425 km’s northwest of Prince Albert and 249 km’s north of Meadow Lake. It has a population of approximately 1400, the majority of whom are aboriginal and proud to call Buffalo Narrows home. Many of the people are traditional land user’s (ie) hunting, fishing, trapping etc. Buffalo Narrows borders Churchill Lake and Little Peter Pond Lake and has easy access to Big Peter Pond Lake. There are many islands, bays, rivers and streams which are very accessible all year round. There is also an abundance of wildlife, fish and many different species of birds. Buffalo Narrows has a lot to offer and is a great recreational community all year round including fishing, hunting, boating, swimming, camping, sightseeing, touring, snowmobiling, skiing etc.
  • 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
    We are a new organization looking for new opportunities in the North West area of Saskatchewan
  • Cote First Nation
    The Cote First Nation owns and operates the following: Duck Mountain Resorts Inc. - This operation includes a hotel, restaurant, lounge, meeting rooms, pool, condominiums, cabins, beachfront store and marina Cote Market Developments - Full line grocery store and gas bar Cote Oil and Gas - Own and operate four separate Oil and Gas projects with a total investment over eight million dollars Cote Heavy Equipment - Road construction, sand and gravel and excavation operation. Equipment consists of gravel trucks, trackhoe, front end loader, backhoe, grader, skidsteer and bulldozer
  • Northern Green Lake Village
    The community currently has a small contingent of operating businesses. There is a small number of outfitter and guides for hunting and fishing, a privately owned lodge and campground, a gas and grocery store as well as the Village-owned farm operations. We feature 40 full service pull through RV sites (30 AMP). Water, sewer and electricity at your site. An additional 17 electrified sites (15 AMP) also available. there is a convenience store, and two boat launches. Water fill and sewer dump are available on site. Each site has large fire pit and picnic table.
  • 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.    
  • 3twenty Modular
    3twenty Modular designs and manufactures modular buildings. We focus on custom design-build opportunities and have built and are interested in building classrooms, community centres, band offices, administration buildings, gas bars, commercial buildings, treatment centres, or any other building requirements you have. Our modular designs are high quality, cost effective, and quick to design, build and install.
  • Prairie Lilly
  • Newalta Corporation
    For Newalta, sustainability is the integration and alignment of three key elements we call the 3ES - environmental, economical and ethical. When we balance environmental stewardship, economical viability and alignment to regulatory and ethical practices we achieve a sustainable position in the oil and gas industry. Our Services include: waste processing, water management, midstream, drill site, solids management, environmental services, filtration & onsite solutions.
  • 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 Economic Management Corporation
    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.
  • South End Administration
    Located in the north eastern part of the province 454kms North of PA and 222 kms north of La Ronge. A successful outcome for attending ABM Prairies 2018 would be looking for partnerships/joint ventures in the mining industry. Specifically, equipment or modular housing for staff. Other areas of interest would include education and training opportunities in construction upon partnership/ joint ventures .
  • 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.
  • Buffalo River Dene Nation
    The Buffalo River Dene Nation is located about 84 kilometers northwest of Ile A La Crosse and is 8,259 hectares in size.  A good outcome for attending ABM Prairies would be to seek partnerships/joint ventures with various construction companies for future developments. We are also interested in expanding our business network and developing community employment and training opportunities.
  • Upper Similkameen Indian Band