TNDC Board of Directors – Request for Expressions of Interest

TNDC is seeking Expressions of Interest from Tahltan members for three vacancies on the TNDC board. 
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Welcoming the Community to Our New Home

Grey skies couldn’t dampen spirits when TNDC opened the doors of our newly renovated headquarters on June 30th for a day of celebration. TNDC welcomed more than 300 Tahltans, members of the Dease Lake community, clients and business partners for the grand opening of our newly-renovated administration offices, warehouse and maintenance shop.
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Pushing the pedal for a good cause

Four adventurous TNDC employees donned helmets and took to mountain bikes on June 17th to participate in the annual Tour de Telegraph bike ride to raise funds for the Dease Lake Recreation Centre, which is used by Tahltans and other community members.
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TNDC’s Success Profiled in RBC Aboriginal Report

TNDC’s business success over its historic 30-year journey has been profiled in the June 2016 edition of the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC’s) Aboriginal Report.
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TNDC Commended by MLA in BC Legislature for Award Win

TNDC’s achievements were recognized in the BC legislature in a fall session by Doug Donaldson, Member of the Legislative Assembly for the Stikine (MLA-Stikine).
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The Tahltan-Pacific brand takes flight

TNDC’s logo has taken to the skies!  The maiden voyage of the Tahltan-Pacific charter flight with the TNDC wolf and crow logo proudly featured on the tail of the Saab 340B, landed in Dease Lake on October 26. The charter service, operated by Pacific Coastal Airlines, carries up to 34 Red Chris Mine employees and flies daily Monday to Friday to/from Dease Lake.  
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TNDC receives BC Aboriginal Community-Owned Business of the Year Award

October 14, 2015 was a night of honour and celebration for TNDC when it received the BC Aboriginal Business Award for Community-Owned Business of the Year from the British Columbia Achievement Foundation. The prestigious award recognizes TNDC’s contribution to creating a strong economy for the Tahltan community.
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Tahltan builds mining and multi-faceted business success

Native band’s development corporation a powerful economic force in Stikine region
BIV | September 22, 2015 | By Peter Mitham
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Tahltan Nation Development Corporation named B.C. Aboriginal Community Business of the Year

Vancouver, B.C./September 16, 2015:The Tahltan Nation Development Corporation (TNDC) is pleased to announce it has been selected as a recipient of the BC Aboriginal Business Award for Community-Owned Business of the Year by the British Columbia Achievement Foundation, recognizing TNDC’s contribution to creating a strong economy for the Tahltan community.
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TNDC and the Tahltan Nation Invest in Imperial Metals

The Tahltan Nation Development Corporation (TNDC), the business arm of the Tahltan Nation, has invested in Imperial Metals Corporation, the company that owns the Red Chris mine in Tahltan territory. The investment is part of a round of ‘convertible debenture’ financing announced by Imperial Metals on August 24 to maintain and grow the business and advances TNDC’s strategic growth plans to diversify its revenue streams.
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  • We’ve had many projects in Tahltan territory through our Rescan Tahltan Environmental Consultants (RTEC) partnership, and the experience has been excellent. TNDC’s management team has been an honorable and knowledgeable group to work with. They always look at ways to make things work, and we have developed lasting friendships. It’s been an honour to work together.
    Clem Pelletier
    former CEO, Rescan Group
  • Ledcor recognized the benefits offered through the Tahltan’s local expertise and experience, and welcomed the opportunity to involve community members in projects. We established Tahltan-Ledcor Joint Venture back in 1991 when we managed construction on the Eskay Creek mine. We value the partnership with TNDC and look forward to the opportunities ahead within Tahltan traditional territory.
    Rodger McLean
    Past Business Development & Aboriginal Relations Manager, Ledcor
  • TNDC is a great place to work. The atmosphere in the office is friendly, open, and honest, and there is always humour and laughter. I like that TNDC maintains an active approach of hiring locally and offers training within that position. Employees are highly encouraged and supported to advance professionally, which ripples into advancing personally as well.
    Rhonda Quock
    Finance & Administration Manager, TNDC
  • Sodexo Canada has been a partner with TNDC since 2002, providing complete camp management through Spatsizi Remote Services. During this time we have worked on many projects, and employed many Tahltan members. It’s been very positive, and the business relationships have formed long lasting personal and business friendships.
    Ivor MacGregor
    Vice President, Operations, Sodexo Canada Ltd.
  • We established the Tahltan Macro Industries Joint Venture with TNDC in 2009. Macro is very satisfied with the relationship we have with TNDC. The company has a reputation of being a solid and reputable business corporation, that emphasizes value added partnerships and business developments. We look forward to working with TNDC in future opportunities.
    Darcy Friesen
    Manager of Business Development & Special Projects, Macro Industries
  • We formed our Tahltan Aeronigma Geodis Wilson partnership in 2011. It’s been an honour to partner with TNDC for the opportunity to provide our wide-range of global logistical services and be a part of a world class organization built on mutual cooperation, trust and respect. They’re a terrific group of educated, business friendly people eager to learn and work with us.
    Adam J. Wickstead
    President, Aeronigma Solutions Inc.