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Heavy transportation, heavy lift, crane rentals, on site transportation, several heavy lifting devices and one- stop supply chain management solutions.
Equipment, Gravel, Bedding Sand, and Eco Blocks contractor.
Our Haida longhouse village is designed to give you a truly unforgettable experience that will bring you awareness and understanding of the interconnection of all things. Come unwind with us and enjoy the beauty that is Haida Gwaii. CEDAR COMFORT Our seven traditional Haida style longhouses and our group longhouse provide comfortable and cozy accommodations. All longhouses are built using local cedar, hemlock and spruce from our community owned mill: Haida Gwaii Forest products.
House of Sim-oi-Ghets means "House of Chiefs" in the Tsimshian language. The arts and craft gift shop was originally built and opened in 1971 with a general store. In 1995 the Kitsumkalum Community Center and House of Sim-oi-Ghets was rebuilt to resemble a traditional long house. The new building was re-opened in April 1996. Authentic First Nations Arts & Crafts & works from local artists Hand carved silver Jewellery Mockasins and Muckalucks Hand carved masks Dream catchers Framed prints and Photographs Collectors books on culture and history of First Nations
ICS is an Indigenous-owned and operated consulting company, known as a thought leader on Indigenous and corporate cultures. ICS brings 26 years of corporate experience and a lifetime of Indigenous cultural understanding. ICS's goal is two-fold. One, to close the gap between Corporate Canada and the Indigenous communities and, two, to build human capacity within each Indigenous community and develop its leaders to succeed. Closing the gap includes Indigenous Awareness education (text) and Indigenous Awareness engagement (physical).
A joint venture run of river hydroelectric project owned by KWL and Gitsegukla Economic Development Corporation.
Forestry and logging services including falling, slashing, burning
Kalum Quarry Ltd. Partnership is owned by the Kitsumkalum First Nation. The business stems from a deal reached years ago between CN Rail and Kitsumkalum to purchase rocks from the band to be used as bedrock for the companys railways as it was a much higher quality grade of rock than they had been previously using. Beyond the rail ballast, research on the rock determined it could also be used for making cement aggregate and road base material to sell locally. The various sized rock produced at the quarry is high quality, superior strength aggregate appropriate for any industrial or residential project. With a solid history of large quality rock yields, the Kalum quarry has been estimated as having at additional capacity of 22,000,000 m3, enough volume to supply a continuous demand for quality rock product, over the long term.