The opportunities for development on the Sunshine Coast have never been greater, and the shíshálh Nation, through its economic development arm, is strategically positioned and ready to move forward.
Tsain-Ko Group of Companies is open for business. From small to large developers, if you’re looking for land development opportunities or strategic partnerships with the shíshálh Nation or within the traditional territory, Tsain-Ko Development Corporation is your first point of contact. Please review the information below and contact us to set up a meeting.
The straight leasing of land is managed through the Lands Department at the shíshálh Nation directly. They work in conjunction with other departments regarding development opportunities, and are responsible for administering 33 parcels of lands located throughout the shíshálh Nation. The land is held in fee simple and spreads over 1000 hectares, stretching from xe’nichen (the north end of Jervis inlet) to kalp-ilin (Pender Harbour) in the west and ch’atl-lich (Sechelt) in the south east. Please visit the shíshálh Nation’s Infrastructure & Government Services page to learn more about leases, licenses, permits, rights of way or any other land interests.
Tsain-Ko Group of Companies is involved in a number of joint venture relationships in various industry sectors and is continually expanding existing relationships and sourcing new opportunities. Our goal is to build and promote economic development opportunities for the shíshálh Nation and for that reason our focus is not only on profit, but on job creation and capacity building also. Greater attention will be paid to joint venture opportunities that respect First Nation culture and share our vision for growth.
Tsain-Ko Group of Companies is currently exploring partnership opportunities in land and marina development, agriculture, tourism, and other sectors. Our goal is to build and promote economic development opportunities for the shíshálh Nation and for that reason, strong partnerships create more than just monetary value. We look for development partners that share our goals in stewardship, culture, employment and capacity building, health and social development, as well as financial strength and future growth.