The Muskowekwan First Nation attended the Aboriginal Business Match to create new relationships and explore opportunities for business.
As a direct result of ABM SK 2014, Muskowekwan signed a 50/50 Partnership Agreement with Canada North Camps a few months after the event. The agreement will provide camp and catering service to industry building heavy construction projects.
“Our partnership with Canada North Camps will create jobs for our members and aligns with our vision of a self-sufficient treaty-based economy,” said Leon Wolfe, Band Councillor, Muskowekwan First Nation.
Leon has joined the ABM Prairies Steering Committee and is looking forward to working with Aboriginal and corporate leadership from Saskatchewan and Manitoba “to continue building a network that views itself as a respectful and productive forum for economic transformation based on equitable business relationships.“