The Tsilhqot’in region of BC was a volatile place for resource companies in the 1990s. The Tsi Del Del First Nation had always felt the need to improve the economic and social conditions in the community and grow in terms of being self-reliant. The Tsi Del Del First Nation envisioned a community that is not only more prosperous but also stronger and self-assured. The band had realized in order to achieve these goals it was up to them to take action and find ways to fulfill these objectives.
It was decided that the creation of a logging company could address many of the Band needs. A logging venture had the potential to create long-term jobs and increase the Bands revenue. Furthermore, timber harvesting is the main industry in the area. The Band then took an inventory of its resources.
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