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Full convenience store, fuel services, arts and crafts, also sells tires on location
Vinyard and wine sales.
Full spa services: anti-aging facials, oil blends, aroma-therapy, massages, manicures and pedicures
Leko Precast Ltd. has been manufacturing a range of quality precast concrete products, including Concrete Toilet Buildings, since 1975.We are a local Manufacturer in the Okanagan Valley for over 30 years.
Legal Services in the area of Child Protection, family law and First Nations Justice, Governance issues.
M etis Artisan produces culturally inspired one-of-a-kind garments and provides workshops, presentations and teachings of cultural artwork and dance. The artwork includes custom beaded moccasins, garments and jewellery and commissioned traditional and contemporary products.
Little Miss Chief offers a gourmet Wild Pacific Smoke Salmon marinated in sunkissed organic Okanagan wine using no preservatives or artificial colours. The Smoke Salmon fillets are marinated in organic Okanagan wine and slowly smoked over natural woodchips to bring out the remarkable flavour. "Little Miss Chief's" Wild Smoked Salmon's delicate balance of exquisite flavours are sought after around the world and are available at discerning grocery stores, delicatessens, specialty food stores for shopper purchase, and available throughout Canada, The Netherlands, Poland and the United States.
Full phase forestry, consulting services
The primary purpose of the LSIB Economic Development Corporation is to develop successful, profitable businesses on behalf of LSIB. We will do this by creating a climate for success: experienced stable management, focus on quality products and services, sound financial planning. Our business values Syilx culture and traditions, which includes a profound connection to the Land and Environment. Thus, LSIB Economic Development is committed to balancing profit goals with protecting and enhancing LSIB culture and traditions. LSIB utilizes a Limited Partnership structure, which is the model commonly recommended for First Nation Enterprise Development. On June 15th 2006, Chief and Council approved the creation of an Economic Development and Limited Partnership structure to establish business on behalf of LSIB. The first business operation established was Skulqalt Forestry Limited Partnership, to managing LSIB forestry activity. In 2009 LSIB invested in researching a community wind power project and is currently working with partners to further develop business and economic oportunities in the Similkameen. The Lower Similkameen Indian Band is open to developing new partnerships.