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Kitimat LNG | BCBusiness

Natural Resources

First Nations Raise Questions at LNG Conference

With environmental impact top of mind, B.C. chiefs ask for a seat at the LNG table

Northern B.C. | Politics & Policy | Aboriginal Business
Aboriginal Mine Training | BCBusiness

Natural Resources

Tackling the Mining Labour Shortage

Mining faces an acute skilled-labour shortage, and First Nations offer a solution

Interior | Aboriginal Business
An Aboriginal Tourism experience. | BCBusiness

Tourism & Culture

New Travel Agency Launched by Aboriginal Tourism BC

Aboriginal Travel Services (ATS) is a full-service travel agency, focusing on business and leisure needs of companies, First Nations bands and individual tourists

Northern B.C. | Tourism | Aboriginal Business
Resources | BCBusiness

Natural Resources

Pipeline Proposal Raises More Questions than Answers

A joint proposal offers a fresh take on plans to move Alberta oil to the B.C. Coast

Northern B.C. | Aboriginal Business
Takaya Tours | BCBusiness

Tourism & Culture

Supporting Aboriginal Tourism

The International Aboriginal Tourism Conference hosts a global audience with the goal of creating more partnerships in the tourism industry

Sustainability | Tourism | Aboriginal Business
Tsawwassen Mills shopping centre | BCBusiness

Retail

Tsawwassen First Nation Retail Development Under Way

Two massive retail projects break ground on Tsawwassen First Nation land

Lower Mainland | Aboriginal Business
Jenifer Black | BCBusiness

Natural Resources

Fish Plant Yields Returns For First Nation

At the mouth of the Skeena, a processing plant 100 per cent owned and operated by the Lax Kw’alaams band is helping a community grow

Fisheries & Agriculture | Aboriginal Business

People

Tsleil-Waututh First Nation Recognition Reception

The TWN recognizes business partners at private reception at 2013's PNE prize home

Aboriginal Business | Events
Chief Bryce Williams, Tsawwassen First Nation | BCBusiness

People

Chief Bryce Williams, Tsawwassen First Nation

As chief of the Tsawwassen First Nation, does 24-year-old Bryce Williams possess the business acumen to maintain stable economic growth? 

Aboriginal Business | Economy

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