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Indigenous Community Development & Prosperity (ICDPRO)

Thompson \ Okanagan

ICDPRO works together with Indigenous communities to assist their leaders and members to find plausible solutions to the challenges they have identified. ICDPRO also works with non-Indigenous organizations to help facilitate effective and mutually-beneficial engagement with Indigenous communities. ICDPRO also provides professional speakers/presenters/facilitators for all sizes of organizations in all industries.

Formline Construction Ltd.

Lower Mainland \ Southwest

With over combined 30 years of experience in the construction industry, we have formed a great team to provide value-added services to our clients. We have worked on a range of projects from building roads to industrial, commercial, and residential buildings

Quilakwa Investments Ltd.

Thompson \ Okanagan

Quilakwa Investments Ltd. oversees several Indigenous-owned and operated businesses in the traditional territory of the Splatsin Indian Band: Quilakwa Centre, home to Quilakwa Esso, a full-service gas station, 2-bay car wash, Tim Horton's, and large parking area, Quilakwa RV Park, a family-friendly campground just over the bridge in Enderby, adjacent to the Shuswap River, Quilakwa-at-the-Lake, a brand new campsite located just above the Rivermouth at Mabel Lake, The Shack, your home-base for river tubing in Enderby, located right by the hand-launch in downtown Enderby, offering snacks, drinks, ice cream, and tubing supplies!

Quilakwa Esso

Retail trade
Thompson \ Okanagan

Quilakwa Esso is owned by the Splatsin Indian Band. We provide full-service gas, diesel, propane, car wash, electric vehicle fast chargers, Native arts & crafts, fireworks, ice, snacks, drinks, and more! Tim Horton's is also on site!

Quilakwa RV Park

Thompson \ Okanagan

Welcome to Quilakwa RV Park. This fun, family-friendly RV Park is just across the bridge from downtown in Enderby, BC. Year-round camping, with full-hookups and tenting sites! Close to the Shuswap River for swimming, tubing, and kayaking. Quilakwa RV Park is located along the banks of the beautiful Shuswap River in the heart of Enderby, BC. The RV Park is calm and serene with groomed lawn and grassed sites. The Enderby Cliffs provide a majestic backdrop and there are numerous golf courses and hiking trails close by. Located along the banks of the beautiful Shuswap River in the heart of Enderby, BC. Quilakwa RV Park is equipped with pull-through sites, electrical outlets, picnic tables, water, toilets, free hot showers, laundry facilities, and a convenience store. Firewood, ice, and other items are available. Pets are welcome. A fenced-in off-leash area for your dog's pleasure is provided. Close, easy access to many area amenities, including: hiking, boating, drive-in theatre, First Nations culture, and more.

Quilakwa at the Lake Campground

Thompson \ Okanagan

Quilakwa at the Lake Campground is that, and nothing more – camping at the lake. There is no power, water, or even cell service. But what you ARE getting is a beautiful campsite by Mabel Lake – an absolute gem in the North Okanagan, Our camp host may offer firewood, water, or other supplies for sale at times. There are stores located by each of the local marinas, offering items such as ice, snacks, drinks, and other supplies. We also offer boat trailer parking for those looking to get on the water. Campsites are unserviced, but large enough to accommodate most sizes of trailers and RV’s, Each campsites is equipped with a picnic table and fire ring, and the campground has toilets and garbage disposal on site. There is a trail that leads to down to the lake, marina, boat launch, and beach. Lots of room for the kids to play. Pets permitted, must be on leash at all times. You are here in the heart of the Mabel Lake resort area – marinas, beaches, hiking, biking, and even a golf course within walking distance – and of course beautiful MABEL LAKE!

Quilakwa Snack Shack

Retail trade
Thompson \ Okanagan

The little hut is open every Summer for all your river tubing needs. Tubes and floaties, air, ice, snacks, drinks, ice cream, and more! Open daily from May to September.

dk Architecture

Lower Mainland \ Southwest

dk Architecture Inc. is a socially responsible, First Nation architecture firm that provides full architectural services for projects of varying types and scales specializing in First Nations architecture. dk Architecture is client services orientated and takes a holistic approach to design. This ensures that client concerns are clearly translated into the project without compromise. With 25 years of professional experience Dave Kitazaki is respected by all the First Nations he has worked with. Consulting – Professional Architecture Services for varying types of commercial projects: Mixed-use, commercial, Multi-unit residential, Cultural Centers, Schools, Health Centers, Community Buildings, Band Offices, Veterinary Clinics, Civic, and Residential.

Uujo Contracting Limited Partnership

Northeast

Uujo Contracting Limited Partnership is a Doig River First Nation-owned contracting firm based out of the Rose Prairie area. Uujo Contracting LP has been in business for over 15 years with over 30 years experience in road maintenance and construction. The firm is committed to being a safe, reliable, quality-driven and cost-effective provider of road maintenance and construction services. It ensures to continually strive to improve performance in meeting the needs of its clients, shareholders, employees and communities. Uujo Contracting LP offers a variety of contracting services and heavy machinery for projects in the area.

Shop First Nations

Lower Mainland \ Southwest

Shop First Nations (SFN) is an Indigenous-owned and led startup seeking to enable Reconciliation through impactful consumer purchasing, e-commerce and digital marketing, and education initiatives. We support First Nations, Inuit, and Métis businesses by encouraging consumers to purchase Indigenous products and services as an act of economic reconciliation. Finally, through our team’s technology experience and Indigenous perspective, we also work with non-Indigenous tech organizations to help bring Cultural Safety awareness to BC’s tech sector.

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