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Taku Wild Products has 2 main business arms: Taku Wild Landing Station situated on the Taku River where Taku Wild buys fresh salmon caught commercially on the Taku River. The other business arm is the sale of our processed Sockeye salmon in different flavors from our retail website.
Talok Fisheries Ltd. (formerly Lake Babine Nation Fisheries Ltd.) is a commercial fishery which mostly operates in the summertime.
Truck hauling and transportation of goods (e.g groceries, supplies)
Provide catering services that specialize in traditional First Nations cooking. Available for catering in the Burns Lake Area.
Gas station and convenience store
Vehicle and tire repair shop
Yekooche Ecora Environmental services is a joint venture between Yekooche First Nation and Ecora Management Services designed to combine the traditional ecological knowledge of Yekooche and the Professional services of Ecora in order to provide the highest quality of services to our clients. A main goal of the joint venture is to provide a corporate infrastructure for the Yekooche members to be meaningfully employed, participate in, and become specialists in various professional services. The Joint venture focuses on opportunities related to engineering and environmental service while providing community members an opportunity to train with professional biologists, foresters, agrologists and engineers. The Yekooche Ecora joint venture provides access to professional and technical staff in addition to numerous associates and subcontractors. With decades of experience, this network includes a mix of professional biologists and foresters, engineers, geographic information system (GIS) analysts, resource planners, environmental and engineering technicians and system analysts. Through incorporating invaluable traditional ecological knowledge and encouraging innovation in a capacity development as core commitments throughout our services, Yekooche Ecora Environmental Services joint venture possess a unique competitive edge.
Located in historic Fort St. James, BC, our base, conveniently situated at the airport, offers mining and silviculture clients a safe and efficient way to complete projects on time and on budget. We can also provide quick access to the many lakes and rivers surrounding the local area that contain an abundant supply of trophy and sport fish.
Yinka Dene Economic Development Limited Partnership (YLP) is the corporate business arm for the Wet'suwet'en First Nation (WFN). Under the authority of the YLP Board of Directors, YLP's role is to manage all of the Nations for-profit business ventures and employment and training matters related to the economic development projects and other opportunities. This includes working closely with a variety of different business partners, business ventures, each with their own particular area of specialization.