Tahltan Central Government
The Tahltan Central Government (TCG) is the administrative governing body of the Tahltan Nation. TCG protects Tahltan Aboriginal rights and title, the ecosystems and natural resources of Tahltan traditional territory by managing sustainable economic development, and strengthens the cultural wellness of the Tahltan Community. Learn more.
The membership of the Tahltan Nation is drawn primarily from two Indian band communities, each with an elected council:
The Tahltan Band (based at Telegraph Creek) is the main reserve. Learn more.
The Iskut Band (based at Iskut) is the other band comprising the Tahltan Nation. Learn more.
THREAT (Tahltan Heritage Resources Environmental Assessment Team)
THREAT provides project management and technical support to the TCG Lands Department. THREAT’s mission is to: support the protection of Tahltan environmental, social, cultural, heritage and economic interests that may be affected by industrial action in the Tahltan territory; assess potential impacts from new and existing industrial development on Tahltan territory; identify options for avoiding or mitigating impacts; and ensure that Tahltan people are meaningfully involved in permitting processes and project reviews. THREAT supports the TCG Lands Department and the Tahltan leadership by using Tahltan knowledge, experience and science to identify potential impacts to Tahltan interests and providing recommended options to address and mitigate impacts.
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. WicksteadPresident, Aeronigma Solutions Inc.
We worked with TNDC on the Galore Creek mining project and the Northwest Transmission Line, providing heavy lift helicopter services. It made good business sense to get involved with the Nation, so we formed Tahltan Helifor Joint Venture in 2011. After meeting Bill Adsit, I knew we had made the right decision. We have had only positive experiences and look forward to continued collaboration.Gary LaidlawPresident & General Manager, Helifor Canada Corp.
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 McLeanPast 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 QuockFinance & Administration Manager, TNDC
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 FriesenManager of Business Development & Special Projects, Macro Industries
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 MacGregorVice President, Operations, Sodexo Canada Ltd.