Osoyoos Indian Band partners with Ecora on new ventureCastanet Article / Casey Richardson - Aug 7, 2020 / 3:45 pm | Story: 307368

, Osoyoos Indian Band partners with Ecora on new venture
Photo: Contributed Left to right, Mike Campol, Chief Clarence Louie, Kelly Sherman, Nathan McGinnis

The Osoyoos Indian Band has announced a new commercial partnership with Ecora Engineering & Resource Group.

The new organization, Inera LPP, will focus on strengthening and enhancing cultural and traditional resources as well as technical capability and capacity aligned to its strategic and territorial interests.

“The Osoyoos Indian Band has always understood the importance of building strategic partnerships. This new partnership will advance the Band’s interest in ensuring that future development will have a renewed focus on the environment and responsible land stewardship,” Chief Clarence Louie said

The company is set up to offer a range of project engineering and environmental services to clients operating in multiple sectors, including water, transportation, energy and forestry sectors. Services provided by the 100 plus employees consist of archeological, cultural and traditional studies, resource inventory and analysis and mechanical & electrical engineering to name a few.

Ecora CEO Kelly Sherman is “excited to partner with Chief Clarence and Osoyoos Indian Band and support OIB’s depth of cultural and commercial initiatives on band land and their traditional territory.

“This partnership will further strengthen the relationship between OIB and Ecora that has been built over the last decade of working together on various projects.”

, Osoyoos Indian Band partners with Ecora on new venture