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Alkali Resource Management Ltd. (ARM) was established in 2001 to provide quality programs and services for Esk'etemc; and is also committed to ensure employment opportunities for Esk'etemc. ARM is wholly owned by Esk'etemc (formerly Alkali Lake Indian Band). ARM manages the forest tenures for Esk'etemc, hires contractors to conduct operations, and is involved in natural resource activities ranging from tree planting to stream enhancement and other related projects. Approximately 2000 hectares of Esk'etemc reserve land is tied to a small provincial woodlot and Community Forest, which provides some logging and silviculture activities for the members. ARM also operates the Esk'etemc Non-Replaceable Forest Licences. Esk'etemc provides most of the workforce needed to undertake any work in the natural resource sector. There are over 30 members with a variety of training and experience, such as falling, skidding, trucking, road building, and silviculture work such as planting and spacing.
An exploration company providing: soil sampling, stream sediment sampling, prospecting, pad building, camp builds, line cutting
Aboriginal Capital Corporation - Serving all areas of BC excluding the lower mainland and parts of Vancouver Island.
A First Nations owned business promoting renewable energy and trades training. All Nations United Energy Inc. associate companies provide electrical/mechanical construction and renewable energy design, sales and installation
All Rhodes Pilot Service is a pilot service company with two trucks. All Rhodes escorts oversize loads on all roads from one destination to the other.
Sonic drilling services, geo tech and anchors, Sonic contrator, Heli Portable/ Track
Naramata based, Residential / Commercial Painting, Interior and Exterior Painting, New Construction / Residential Repaints, Colour Planning & Consultation. Clean & conscientious with good references and eight years experience.
Our business is packing, storing, moving and unpacking peoples lives located in Nanaimo, BC