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Canoe Dedication Ceremony

By |2019-01-31T15:02:05-08:00January 31st, 2019|KFNE Stories|

In a demonstration of true reconciliation, members of the Kwikwetlem First Nation (KFN) on January 29th, presented the Province of BC with an ocean canoe to be displayed in the new həy̓χʷət kʷθə šxʷhəliʔ leləm (Healing Spirit House) building on the Riverview Lands. Over 125 people attended to witness the traditional ceremony including KFN members, [...]

We Support The Kwikwetlem Business Park

By |2018-12-13T11:11:39-08:00December 12th, 2018|Video|

KFN Enterprises LP (KFNE) is developing the 44-hectare Kwikwetlem Business Park (KBP) off Pitt River Road in Port Coquitlam. When completed the project will support thousands of new jobs and generate millions in new government taxes. There is growing support for KBP in the Tri-Cities area and the video [...]

Creating In-Demand Industrial Land

By |2018-12-13T11:19:53-08:00December 12th, 2018|Media Stories|

Developers and businesses in the dense Metropolitan Vancouver area will soon have approximately 4 million new square feet of industrial and commercial land to work with. The market for industrial land in the Metro Vancouver region is at a record low of 1.5 percent, the lowest in North America (Collier’s). With the [...]

Pitt River Road and Colony Farm Road Overpasses Project – 2017

By |2018-12-11T14:18:42-08:00December 10th, 2018|Video|

The Pitt River Road and Colony Farm Road Overpasses Project is part of our Greater Vancouver Gateway 2030 strategy to ensure that the Vancouver gateway is ready to meet Canadian trade to 2030. It's a project that we've submitted for funding under the National Trade Corridors Fund. Hear from the leadership [...]

Coast Salish Art on Display at the Riverview Lands

By |2018-12-11T14:18:52-08:00December 10th, 2018|KFNE Stories|

KFN Enterprises LP (KFNE) announced today that its Utility Boxes Wrap project at the Riverview Lands is complete. Each of the 11 utility boxes which are part of a new 25-kilometer electrical distribution system is wrapped in a unique Coast Salish are design. The project was a partnership between KFNE and BC Housing which manages [...]

Kwikwetlem Business Park Open House a Success

By |2018-12-11T14:19:13-08:00November 26th, 2018|KFNE Stories|

Approximately 150 people attended the Kwikwetlem Business Park Open House held on Wed, October 3 at the Coquitlam ECBC Community Hall. They viewed displays on key aspects of the Business Park project including the Health and Wellness Centre. They also learned more about Kwikwetlem First Nation history and plans for the future, and had an [...]

KFN Celebrates Support for Overpasses Project

By |2018-12-11T14:19:46-08:00November 26th, 2018|KFNE Stories|

Kwikwetlem First Nation (KFN) recently hosted a celebration to thank federal, provincial and local government and business representatives for their support of the Colony Farm Road and Pitt River Road overpasses project. Earlier this year the federal government announced funding for several transportation improvement projects in Metro Vancouver. The announcement included funding for the design [...]

Kwikwetlem First Nation develop Port Coquitlam industrial site

By |2018-12-11T14:19:41-08:00November 26th, 2018|Media Stories|

Parcel of 110 acres of reserve land will depend on “market drivers” to steer PoCo industrial project Frank O'Brien Peter Mitham Western Investor October 2, 2018 Related Aboriginals gatekeepers for Lower Mainland real estate It is at least a year away from signing its first tenants, but the Aboriginal-owned Kwikwetlem Business Park in Port Coquitlam [...]

Small First Nation steps up with industrial land

By |2018-12-11T14:19:33-08:00November 26th, 2018|Media Stories|

PoCo reserve parcel of 110 acres could help loosen Metro Vancouver land squeeze By Frank O'Brien | October 10, 2018 It is at least a year away from signing its first tenants, but the Aboriginal-owned Kwikwetlem Business Park in Port Coquitlam is not expected to have much problem filling up due to Metro Vancouver’s severe [...]