Economic Development Corporations

The following Economic Development Corporations are located in the 4 communities that PLEDCO services.  They run independently of PLEDCO but work in partnership with the other Ec Dev agencies and PLEDCO.  

Our area is always seeking new business opportunities for regional partnerships or joint-ventures with industry-leaders.  Please contact one of our Economic Development agencies or PLEDCO to inquire about regional information or business opportunities in our area.


Sakitawak Development Corporation (SDC) - Ile-a-la-Crosse

Sakitawak Development Corp

Incorporated in 1989, Sakitawak Development Corporation (SDC) was originally established by the Northern Village of Ile-a-la-Crosse to invest in regional and community businesses in multiple sectors. 

For more information about Sakitawak Development Corporation, visit their website or contact Tyler Morin at (306) 833 - 2466.


Beauval Development Incorporated (BDI) - Beauval

Beauval Development Inc

Formerly known as Amisk Development Corporation, Beauval Development Inc. was established in 2014 by the Northern Village of Beauval to pursue business and partnerships for Beauval.  BDI has recently acquired a water-bottling business called Blueberry Hills Water in October 2014 and is seeking other business opportunities for the community.

For more information on Beauval Development Inc., contact Dion Gauthier at (306) 288-1000.


Wasaw Development Corporation - Jans Bay

Wasaw Development Corporation is the Northern Hamlet of Jans Bay's economic development arm.  They have recently acquire a mobile training camp facility and are working towards establishing training-to-employment courses that will mimic the camp lifestyle of an Alberta Oil Camp.  

For more information about Wasaw and their business opportunities, contact Joyce Maurice at (306) 829 - 4320.


Booth Bay Development Corporation - Cole Bay

Booth Bay Development Corporation is the Northern Hamlet of Cole Bay's economic development arm.  They have established their community as a resort village and tourist destination.  There are business opportunities for recreation and tourism as the community is surrounded by forest and beautiful lakes for boating and fishing.  Booth Bay Development Corporation also has access to various pieces of heavy equipment and acquire contracts annually for the Ministry of Highways.

For more information about Booth Bay and the business opportunities available, contact Aldina Bouvier at (306) 829 - 4232.