Pays Plat continuously engages in the economic development initiatives presented by Northwestern Ontario.
Kenogami Forest Agreement
East-West Tie Project
The economic development department of Pays Plat is a progressive, forward-thinking team, dedicated to forming and maintaining mutually beneficial partnerships. The community is a part of Supercom Industries and has formed working relationships with AV Terrace Bay, Confederation College, the City of Thunder Bay, and numerous industry organizations.
Economic Development Officer
Our EDO helps support and improve the economy in Pays Plat First Nation. By identifying needs and gaps in our economic development, we can create a plan that supports a successful future.
The consultation protocol was identified as a framework to ensure that Pays Plat has an effective consultation approach that protects their rights among governments, First Nations, and other corporations. It also allows them to exercise their jurisdiction over social, economic, lands, and natural resource interests.
Ultimately, this protocol provides First Nation with the opportunity to participate in and make informed decisions.
Supercom is a 100% First Nation owned business that represents 6 First Nations including Pays Plat. The current high priority project being undertaken is the East West Tie Transmission Project.
Working on developing and executing growth strategies to make Pays Plat’s business goals a reality.
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