Isuarsivik Recovery Centre

Situated in the heart of Nunavik, the Isuarsivik Regional Recovery Centre was built as a home for resilience, healing, and hope. Founded in 1995 with the support of Makivvik and Johnny Adams, the mayor of the northern village of Kuujjuaq, this remarkable institution has evolved over the years to become a lifeline [...]


EPLS Group of Companies

The EPLS Group of Companies is the jack-of-all-trades, providing the materials, tools, equipment and provisions needed for those who live, work, and play in Kivalliq Region, Nunavut EPLS’s roots go back to 1974, when it started as Eskimo Point Lumber Supply, a family business started by Don St. John. St. John’s idea [...]


Fort McKay First Nation

Located in Treaty 8 Territory, about 45 minutes north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, is Fort McKay First Nation (FMFN). Home to 900 Cree and Dene members, FMFN is called, “Aoapaskaw” in Cree, meaning “where there are plants one after another”. With the goal of becoming fully economically self- sufficient, FMFN has consistently [...]


Ecora Engineering & Resources Group

Ecora Engineering & Resource Group (Ecora), founded in 2010 and based in Kelowna, British Columbia, has emerged as a prominent player in the engineering and environmental consulting industry, with a rich history rooted in its commitment to environmental responsibility, community engagement, and innovative solutions. Ecora’s History Ecora’s inception in 2010 was the [...]


Huu-ay-aht First Nations

  The Huu-ay-aht First Nations is a self-governing Nation located on the west coast of Vancouver Island in the Barkley Sound region, 300 km northwest of Victoria, British Columbia. As a strong, self-reliant Nation, the Huu-ay-aht First Nations prioritizes a safe, healthy, and sustainable community, where its culture, language, spirituality, and economy [...]


Kitikmeot Corporation

Kitikmeot Corporation (KC), a 100 per cent Inuit-owned company, is an economic the Kitikmeot Region of Canada’s Arctic. Since 1990, Kitikmeot Region has created economic activities that contribute to the overall wealth and wellbeing of the Kitikmeot region under the mission of helping to define the Kitikmeot region through strong professional relationships. [...]


Nunavut Housing Corporation

Nunavut—which means “Our Land” in Inuktitut—is a vast, remote and sparsely populated territory in northern Canada that stretches across most of the Canadian Arctic. Following decades of hard work and advocacy by Inuit visionaries and their allies, the territory was established on April 1, 1999, and has since become one of the [...]


Atuqtuarvik Corporation

The problem was access. For businesses and entrepreneurs in Nunavut, access to economic tools and banking infrastructure was a barrier to entry. Access to ATM machines, bank branches, and credit systems are imperative to participate in Canada’s economy, all things that for many years were unavailable to Nunavut residents. This is where [...]


Onion Lake Cree Nation Group of Companies Corporation

Over nearly 60,000 acres sweeping between what is now the Alberta-Saskatchewan border, the Onion Lake Cree Nation is home to 4,200 of the band’s 7,081 members. Located 50 km North of Lloydminster, Canada, it is the only reserve whose land straddles the two provinces. Onion Lake is of the Treaty Six Territory [...]


Okanagan Indian Band (OKIB) – Water System Improvements Project

Spread out over the Pacific Northwest and traversing the 49th parallel between Canada and the United States, the Syilx People of the Okanagan Nation comprises seven member communities over 11,282 Hectares. These communities lie in the Southern Interior of British Columbia: Okanagan Indian Band (OKIB), Osoyoos Indian Band, Penticton Indian Band, Upper [...]

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