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                  Business Partnerships

                  These partnerships between Tolko and Indigenous peoples have been recognized and celebrated as a model to strive for in Indigenous-enterprise partnerships.

                  It’s a model we’re committed to expanding across our operations. When new Indigenous partners come to Tolko to seek models for business opportunities, we are proud to share with them examples like these and others.

                  Tsi Del Del Enterprises Ltd

                  TSI DEL DEL

                  Indigenous peoples are leaders in forestry businesses. We are pleased to have partnered with a number of successful businesses.? For example, in central British Columbia, Tsi Del Del recently celebrated 25 years of success. This business has created more than 85 well-paying jobs in the community and a number of owner-operator enterprises. Eighty per cent of those employed by Tsi Del Del are First Nations workers, and the company also sets aside 50 cents for every cubic metre logged in an Education Trust Fund that provides post-secondary education or trades and technology training for band members.

                  Driftpile First Nation

                  DRIFTPILE FIRST NATION

                  In High Prairie, Alberta, the Driftpile First Nation operates the logyard service, which involves unloading all logging trucks, decking the logs, and feeding them into the mill. The agreement is a real testament to our ability to work together.

                  Splatsin

                  SPLATSIN

                  Over a period of eight years, we worked with Splatsin through open dialogue to develop a Letter of Interest. The Letter of Interest outlines the establishment of a joint administration area; the development of strategies and plans to manage Splatsin's and Tolko's relationship; the establishment of business, employment, and joint venture opportunities; and building capacity for long term sustainable employment.

                  ECOLINK Forest Services Ltd

                  ECOLINK FOREST SERVICES LIMITED

                  Ecolink Forest Services Limited was established in 1990 as a joint venture between Esk'etemc and Tolko. Located approximately 50 kilometres south-west of Williams Lake, BC, Ecolink now has approximately 70 employees during peak season, 90 per cent of whom are Indigenous. Ecolink is governed by a board of directors consisting of three representatives from each shareholder. In 1994, Ecolink added logging to its operations and continues to seek innovative ways to grow to meet community and customer needs. Today, 28 years later, this progressiveness continues to pay off.

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