Canadian Security Management – focuses our valuable resources on the specialized security solutions niche market. Many of the top companies in Canada turn to Canadian Security Management staff to solve their specific security and investigation requirements…you should too!
Naicatchewenin Development Corporation - (NDC) is a corporation set up by the Chief & Council of Naicatchewenin First Nation for the purpose of exploring economic opportunities that benefit the membership. The Naicatchewenin Development Corporation (NDC) was incorporated in 1997. NDC has has expanded its operations to include engineering, consulting, and proposal development services. Our experience and educational backgrounds enable us to provide top quality service to our clients. NDC is 100% First Nation owned and operated. Our head office is located in Naicatchewenin First Nation, on beautiful Rainy Lake, approximately 30 minutes Northwest of Fort Frances, Ontario. NDC hasrecently opened a second office in downtown Fort Frances. NDC is dedicated to advancing the interests of its people as well as all First Nations people.
Wunnumin Lake First Nation – Located approximately 360 km North of Sioux Lookout, Ontario and 40 km east of Kingfisher Lake First Nation, Wunnumin Lake, is surrounded by a vast and beautiful territory which has always been carefully utilized and preserved by the local native people as their aboriginal homeland. The current community site on the West side of Wunnumin Lake was estalblished in 1964. Please visit the community website for more information.
Kingfisher Lake First Nation – The Aboriginal homeland which surrounds the present reserve site of the Kingfisher Lake First Nation has always been utilized and carefully preserved by local first nations people as their personal heritage. The rights to culture, fishing, gathering, hunting, language and trapping were granted to the first nations people by the great creator. Thus, as the original stewards of the lands in which their ancestors lived, the current residents treat this responsibility with great care and respect. Please visit the community website for more information.