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Indigenous companies lead the way in renewables

Indigenous companies lead the way in renewables   Penticton Indian Band company, K'uL Management Group began exploring the emerging global hydrogen economy in the autumn of 2018 as a point of entry into the renewable hydrogen (RH2) and the power to gas (P2G) sectors. They formed K’uL H2Go to begin gathering R&D and market intelligence…

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Read more on Skaha Hills delivers immediate benefit <br>to WestHills Aggregates

Skaha Hills delivers immediate benefit
to WestHills Aggregates

A jumpstart to the Skaha Hills project through K’uL Construction creates a significant opportunity for its sister company, Westhills Aggregates. With its resources fully engaged on the $360-million project, WestHills Aggregates has contracted with band-member companies and other partners to help it move more than 43,000 cubic meters of dirt on the development site over…

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Read more on Coyote Cruises looking for team to maximize channel fun

Coyote Cruises looking for team to maximize channel fun

Coyote Cruises is looking for the “best of the best” to help it deliver a fun, safe and memorable experience to guests enjoying Penticton’s River Channel — including its vibrant waterfront and one of the most beautiful settings in the Okanagan Valley. Coyote Cruises specializes in a full-service river-tubing experience known as ‘Float the Channel’ and…

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Read more on PIB companies benefit from K’uL Group support

PIB companies benefit from K’uL Group support

Two Penticton Indian Band-controlled companies and the economic development corporation that assists them have received $30,000 in provincial seed funding to develop community-building programming. The K’uL Management Group — formerly Penticton Indian Band Development Corporation — and the Snpinktn Forestry and Westhills Westhills Aggregates limited partnerships each received $10,000 in grant funding. The grant applications…

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