Challenge: Building Supply Chain Services in Baffin Island
Tuesday Johnson-MacDonald - Networking for Business Success
Daniel Gillenwater - Providing Hydro-Electric Projects
Chief Denise Restoule - Saga of a Hydro Electric Project
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Okalik Eegeesiak, President, Qikiqtami Inuit Association (QIA) tells us about the challenges of building supply chain services in communities of the Baffin Island.
Tuesday Johnson-MacDonald, Principal of TAP Resources & Associates, a meeting, event and communication management consultancy from Ohsweken, Ontario, describes how she networks her way to business success. She tells us how she developed her business, the challenges she has faced and the strategic directions she has taken in growing it.
Daniel Gillenwater, Project Manager, Hydromega Services Inc. provides insights on a joint venture negotiated with the Dokis First Nation for the building of a hydro electric project in the territory, a forty year joint-venture.
Chief Denise Restoule, Dokis First Nation – First of a two part series – Chief Restoule provides insights on a joint venture negotiated with the Hydromega Corporation for the building of a hydro electric project in the territory.