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Real estate development company.
Renting and selling permanent and temporary modular buildings throughout the traditional territory of the Lax Kwalaams.
Ledcor handles all aspects of heavy industrial construction in all sizes of projects across a range of sectors, including Energy, Forestry, Mining, Oil and Gas, Manufacturing, and Oilsands.
Roger Leclerc is president of LeRoger Consulting Ltd. He has a Masters Degree in Leadership and Training from Royal Roads University, and extensive management experience in economic development, business development and training and possesses expertise in Aboriginal research and engagement. Before Roger moved into managing training centres, which included manager of Kitimat Valley Institute (an accredited private post-secondary institution owned by Haisla Nation and Rio Tinto Alcan), he owned/operated a logging/construction company for many years. Roger previously managed a Communities Futures Development Corporation for 5 years and previous to that sat on their Board of Directors and was involved on Economic Development Commission for the City of Terrace for 5 years. In the past few years Roger has worked with consultants on research projects at a provincial level. The first research project was a study of Aboriginal Housing in BC which was commissioned by the Province of BC. The second study was on Aboriginal Apprenticeship which was commissioned by ITA and Aboriginal Human Resource Council. Roger presently serves on Coast Mountain School District #82 Board as vice-chair, ITAs Aboriginal Apprentice Advisory Committee and the Province of BC Passenger Transportation Board as a Director.
Lisims Forest Resources LLP manages the harvesting, marketing, and sale of Nisga'a forest resources
Expert advice and highly skilled personnel to complete all phases of residential or commercial projects
Lyle Wilson has produced major commissions in Vancouver for the First Nations House of Learning, the Canadian Institute for the Blind and the B.C. Sports Hall of Fame, as well as for the Canadian Consulate in Osaka, Japan
The Metlakatla Development Corporation (MDC) is an independent business arm of the Governing Council. MDC was established in 1989 to oversee the communitys economic initiatives. The Board of Directors consists of five individuals: two are appointed by the MDC Board, one is appointed by the Governing Council and two are elected by the Metlakatla membership every three years at the Annual General Meeting.
Metlakatla provides ferry services between Prince Rupert and Metlakatla. The Metlakatla vessels leave Prince Rupert from the Metlakatla ferry dock located in Cow Bay (directly below the Crest Hotel). Travel time varies between 15-30 minutes. The one way fare for children aged 5 and under is $3.00, persons aged 6-59 is $6.00 and seniors (60 years and over) is $3.00.