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G'Alexcee Safety Service Inc.

Other services (except public administration)
North Coast

G’Alexcee Safety Services Inc. is an aboriginal owned business that provides pre-hospital care and emergency response service & K-9 security with patrol and detection to our clients throughout British Columbia and Alberta. Our staff consists of Occupational First Aid Level III, Emergency Medical Responder, Primary Care Paramedics, Advanced Care Paramedics and Critical Care Paramedics, Registered Nurses(RN) and Physician Assistants (PAs) with Medical Director & trained security officers and dog handlers trained and validated by the JIBC.

Geel Enterprises Incorporated

Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction
North Coast

We are a Gitxsan First Nation company that provides a competitive, professional expediting service for small remote camps. Services including: full remote camp service and camp maintenance with equipment rentals; falling; brushing and line cutting; level 3 first aid; pad building; site reclamation; geo technical assistants; and drillers helpers

GENCO Fire Protection

Professional, scientific and technical services
North Coast

GENCO Fire Protection is a new fully licensed and insured, British Columbia owned and operated fire protection contractor servicing northwest B.C. Our technicians are ASTTBC and BCWWA certified and our sprinkler fitters are Trade Qualified. Our services include the engineered design, installation, testing, and repair of sprinkler systems, special suppression systems, fire alarms, portable fire extinguishers, emergency lighting and backflow preventers.

Gitanmaax Development Corporation

Management of companies and enterprises
North Coast

Gitanyow Economic Development Corp

Management of companies and enterprises
North Coast

Contracting, and financial services

Gitmaxmak'ay Nisga'a Prince Rupert/Port Edward Society

North Coast

Gitmaxmak'ay Nisga'a provides programs and services for Nisga'a citizens living in the Prince Rupert/Port Edward area. Our programs and services focus on the political, educational, cultural and spiritual needs and aspirations of our members. Our Society exists to service our citizens in Prince Rupert and Port Edward. The Board of Directors (5) and Staff (7) are well established and the organization operates guided by policy and procedures manuals. We deliver programs that include Education, Economic Development, Language and Culture, Nisga'a Community Preventative Services, Nisga'a Youth Council and have Nisga'a Lisims Government Representatives. All programs and services are funded by Nisga'a Lisims Government from Treaty funds.

Gitsegukla Economic Development Corporation

Management of companies and enterprises
North Coast

The Gitsegukla Economic Development Corporation is the development arm of the Gitsegukla Band Council.

Gitsegukla Hemp Corporation

Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting
North Coast

The Gitsegukla Hemp Corporation manages current and proposed farming ventures, including proposed hemp, potato and vegetable farming on Gitsegukla territory. Owned by Gitsegukla Economic Development Corporation.

Gitxaala Environmental Monitoring

Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services
North Coast

Gitxaala Environmental Monitoring (GEM) is an agency of Gitxaala First that provides sound, effective, and useful science and research for Gitxaala Nation. One of GEM's key roles is to represent Gitxaala Nation in environmental assessment processes and to ensure that those people, businesses, and agencies who wish to conduct their business in Gitxaala Territory do so in a respectful manner that does not undermine nor take away from the capacity of Gitxaala Nation to enjoy our territory nor infringe upon our rights, title and enjoyment of our own place.

Gitxsan Forestry Enterprises Inc

Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting
North Coast

Gitxsan Forest Enterprises Inc (GFEI) manages a forest tenure located in the Kispiox Timber Supply Area (TSA) between Smithers to the east, Terrace to the west, and the headwaters of the Skeena river to the North. GFEI's timber license predominantly supports the growth of hemlock and balsam fir with an annual allowable cut of approximately 388,000 cubic meters.

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