Businesses registered for the Indigenous Business Connections will have profiles shown here. Profiles are provided to allow for an increased level of partnerships. Please review profiles in advance to determine if there are any potential businesses you could partner with.

If you would like to schedule a connection appointment with any of the booths or delegates please contact, and we will make the arrangements.


Business Connection Booths

  • Assure Occupational Testing
    We keep your company compliant with Occupational Health and Safety Standards regarding drug and alcohol use, the hearing and respiratory health of your employees, and the physical fitness and readiness to work of potential new hires. You need to hire the best workers and ensure your workplace is safe while increasing profits. We know just how to help you do that! We’ll get your employees tested quickly, saving you downtime, lost work days and money.
  • Primco Dene
    Primco Dene is a wholly owned company of Cold Lake First Nations. Our group of companies encompass many services including Camp Catering, Janitorial, EMS and Security Services in Northeast Alberta. Our people are our greatest asset and the reason why Primco Dene is a model for First Nations business.
  • Kings Energy Group
    Looking to establish a strong business connection with the Economic Partnership. We are a full-service wholesale fuel and lube distribution, with an extreme supply of networking the midwest region.
  • Co-operatives First
    Co-operatives First is a business development organization that works with rural and Indigenous communities across western Canada to increase the understanding of co-ops and help communities build new business. We provide workshops, tools, and business advice to community and business leaders interested in the co=operative business model.
  • Kitsaki Management
    Kitsaki Management performs the economic development activities of the Lac La Ronge Indian Band. Kitsaki invests in several sectors including transportation, road construction, insurance, environmental, hospitality, mining, and agriculture. Kitsaki’s focus is on long-term sustainable businesses. Kitsaki examines many potential business opportunities and selects only a few that meet appropriate profitability, risk, and employment criteria.
  • Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority
    SIGA employs close to 1800 employees in seven locations strategically located throughout the province of Saskatchewan. As a First Nations owned and operated organization, we take great pride in employing 1200 First Nation employees and the positive impact generated by the employment opportunities SIGA has to offer. SIGA is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and encourages all qualified, motivated and committed individuals who want to work toward the betterment of First Nations people to apply.
  • Relay Distributing
    Relay Distributing is a diverse distributor of products such as janitorial supplies, industrial cleaners, oilfield chemical, coffee supplies, and equipment. Our service team are experts in high-pressure wash equipment and we can custom build packages and mobile units to your specifications. We also have a courier service that covers the Midwest and Lakeland region.
  • Microtel
    Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham is one of the fastest growing hotel brands in North America. Blending award-winning guest satisfaction with best in class amenities, our contemporary style is sure to make you feel right at home, every time you stay.

Find out more about attending delegates by clicking on their links:

Clarence Campeau Development Fund
The objective of the Fund is to stimulate economic development activities of Metis people and communities by providing equity for Metis businesses, support to community economic development initiatives, and assistance for the development of the management skills of new and existing Metis business owners and entrepreneurs.
Jacknife Oilfield Services
Jacknife Oilfield Services is an independent aboriginal company that provides fluid hauling services and mechanical repair to Alberta’s oilfield industry. Since its incorporation 20 years ago, the company has experienced a steady growth in volume, currently employing over 75 people, many of whom are from First Nations and aboriginal communities. We have an established fleet of tanker trucks available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
SORE Oilfield Services Inc
We supply all of your oilfield fluid hauling needs, specializing in produced oil, produced water, fracturing fluids, and drill fluids all over Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Saskatchewan First Nations Economic Development Network
The SFNEDN works with First Nations on four strategic directions: capacity building, networking, research and advocacy, and communications. Our vision is: “To promote and support the sustainable economic livelihood of Saskatchewan First Nation communities through building capacity, relationships and knowledge.”
Indigenous and Northern Affairs
Government of Canada. Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada supports Indigenous people and northern peoples in their efforts to: improve social well-being and economic prosperity, develop healthier, more sustainable communities, and participate more fully in Canada’s political, social and economic development.
Western Economic Diversification
WD works with and provides funding for community and business organizations, researchers and academics, business leaders, and other governments to commercialize research and technology, expand trade and investment, and enhance business productivity and competitiveness. The department has spearheaded initiatives to foster industry collaboration and improve access to business services for entrepreneurs, encouraging the creation and growth of new businesses.
Point Gray
Alberta Women Entrepreneurs
Alberta Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) provides programs and services dedicated to enabling women to build successful businesses, such as skills development, advising, mentoring, financing, networks
Athabasca Catering
Athabasca Catering is Saskatchewan’s largest catering company which supports the resource sector in remote facilities and catering solutions. We are aboriginal owned.Our industry focus is oil and gas, mining, construction. We currently service all these sectors and are looking to expand to Alberta, BC and Manitoba, with the provision of camp and catering services.
Lakeland College
Post secondary institution. Business facilitation for Saskatchewan program.
Synergy Credit Union
Interested in all activities that foster good economic development in the area
Bralin Technology Solutions
We manage your technology… so you can manage your business. Bralin provides network administration, network security, help-desk support, disaster recovery, procurement, and project consulting services. We manage clients IT infrastructure and end-user systems proactively – preventing problems before they occur rather than just fixing after they occur. Bralin is looking to partner with organizations that value technology and see it as a foundation to growth, efficiency, and business success.
Major Projects Group Canada Inc
MPG – Help communities implement the corporate infrastructure and corresponding business accumen required to participate in the economy. Including wealth management, project and facility financing and project management.
Eagleview Comp High School
Town of St. Walburg
The Town of St. Walburg is currently discussing Regional Cooperation that focuses on future development and provision of services to our community and how the region will benefit from join endeavours.
Atoskasotan Students
Beretta Pipeline Construction
A 100% First Nation owned company, provides reliable and customer focused construction services to oil and gas, civil construction,a nd environmental industries.
Community Futures Lloydminster & Region
To foster entrepeneurship and diversification through regional economic/cluster development, small business loans, and training.
Husky Energy
Office of the Treaty Commissioner
The OTC works to make sure the people of Saskatchewan have a good understanding of treaties, the treaty relationship and reconciliation, through the education system, livelihood training, offering a speakers bureau, holding events and sharing the stories of people’s call to action.
Lloydminster Chamber of Commerce
The Lloydminster Chamber of Commerce strives to make doing business in Lloydminster as successful as possible through lobbying municipal, provincial and federal government bodies. We also offer our members a variety of programs/services, networking opportunities, events, discount programs and group insurance.
Lloydminster Construction Association
Is a non-profit ogrnization founded in 1979 to provide commercial and industrial contractors opportunities to share project information. Today we share project tendor information with a physical plansroom and an AB electronic plansroom; COOLNet Alberta.
Government of Alberta
Onion Lake Cree Nation
Lloydminster Catholic School Division
Little Pine Business Development
Government of Saskatchewan
Integra Engineering
Integra Engineering Ltd. Is an energetic and innovative full service design firm which specializes in providing complete engineering, procurement, and construction management (EPCM) services to the oil and gas industry.
Northeast Alberta Apprenticeship Initiative
Provide mentoring, navigating and advocacy to be successful in the trades. Includes job referrals and assistance in returning/finishing your trade. Benefits employers by pre-screening apprentices and provides support coaches. Assist non-trades clients with resume, coverletter, employment preparation and retaining employment.
Astec Safety
Astec Safety Bonnyville is owned and operated by Primco Dene Group of Companies, a Cold Lake First Nations owned company. Astec offers all safety tickets, fire extinguisher sales and services. Personal air monitor and breathing apparatus sales and service.
Our comprehensive suite of professional and advisory services helps businesses grow and prosper. Used indivudally or in combination, we tailer every servce we offer to your individual business needs. These services include assurance and accounting, consulting, corporate finance, corporate recovery and restructuring, enterprise risk, succession, tax, technology solutions, and valuation, forensics and litigation support.
Distribution NOW
Distribution NOW delivers supply and service to the energy sector, PVF, MRO, Electrical, LED, power generation, oilfield production equipment, automoation and valve actuation. I am looking to identify potential end users to partner with on projects, oilfield or commercial; ie; any aboriginal oil and gas exploration companies, any aboriginal oil and gas service company’s, any aboriginal construction/contractor companies
Snake Lake Group
The Snake Lake Group of Companies has been providing contract services to the Uranium mining industry in Saskatchewan for the past 26 years. We are a leader in providing products and services in earthworks, concrete construction, aggregate production, heavy transport, civil construction and heavy equipment. We are COR certified and have standardized management systems. Our indigenous recruitment is very high and successful.