Sugar Cane Petroleum Products
Sugar Cane Petroleum Products is a Band Corporation that operates a gas station and convenience store under an independent board of directors located near Chief Will-Yum Campsite. The gas station and store is the most consistently successful business for the WLIB. They pay a nominal rent to the band and an annual royalty through a trust.
Business Inquiries: (250) 296-4522
Sugar Cane TreadPro
Part of the Treadpro Group, serving the whole of Western Canada, and just one of several initiatives by the Williams Lake Indian Band Sugarcane Treadpro is conveniently located on Highway 97S next door to Chief Will Yum Gas Bar/Food Store and Camp Site. There is easy, drive through access for even the biggest vehicles, a custom designed building and state of the art equipment.
Hours are 8am-5pm Monday to Saturday
Chief Will-Yum Campsite
Call 250-296-4352 to book your reservation.
The Chief William Heritage Site and RV Park are located on Highway 97 5 minutes south of the City of Williams Lake. The RV Park has 32 serviced sites with plans for an additional 30 sites for 2006. The Heritage gradeessaywriter.co.uk site includes a pow wow arbor and large replica pit house. The pow-wow arbor has the capacity to seat over 1,000 people. This structure was 100% built by band members and we host the Annual Community Chief William Fathers Day Pow in June and Annual Cariboo Contest Pow Wow which is held August 19 to 21.
Borland Creek Logging
Borland Creek Logging Ltd. (BCL) is owned and operated by the Williams Lake Indian Band in Williams Lake, BC. There are several components of BCL, the majority is logging operations, directed by Logging Manager Pat Ferguson, managed by a Board of Directors, as appointed by the shareholders. BCL also provides silviculture activities for the Band and contracts. BCL has its office located within the Williams Lake Indian Band administration offices.
Established in 1996, the company is equipped as a “full” phase operation and harvests as a roadside and conventional operation. BCL is capable of working on a “stump to dump” basis as required. The company started out as a small logging contractor and has grown significantly in size; capable of harvesting over 125,000 cubic meters per year.
BCL is registered with Work Safe BC and has been Safe Certified under the BC Forest Safety Council since 2007. Registered under the British Columbia Timber Sales Program, BCL is able to bid on BC Timber Sales. Although, the Williams Lake Indian Band had significant volume under license as a result of the Mountain Pine Beetle Uplift and through the Forest and Range Opportunities Program and their own Woodlot, due to the 2017 wildfires BCL is now actively salvage logging those areas and are working with local major licensees in the area.
The Company is dedicated to employing WLIB members who are qualified before offering positions to others, and currently employs many members as machine operators to labourers in the silviculture and lands positions.
Board of Directors
Willie Sellars Jr.
Aaron Higginbottom, Senior Natural Resource and Economic Development Manager
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