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7726929 Canada Inc.

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  • Legal Name:
    7726929 Canada Inc.
  •  
  • Operating Name:
    KSDavison & Associates
http://www.ksdandassociates.com
kelly.davison@ksdandassociates.com
Mailing/Location Address:
207-225 Francis Way
NEW WESTMINSTER, British Columbia
V3L 0G1
Tel.:
(778) 789-6448
FAX:
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KSDavison & Associates (7726929 Canada Inc.) is an Aboriginal-owned consulting firm providing a full compliment of services related to initiating, conducting and completing Indigenous Knowledge, land use and occupancy studies, including technical writing, transcription, GIS and fieldwork. Our experience includes working with First Nations and Métis communities across western Canada, in all major natural resources sectors.



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Kelly Davison
  Title:   Owner
  Area of Responsibility:   Management Executive
  Telephone:   (778) 789-6448
  Email:   kelly.davison@ksdandassociates.com
 
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Company description

Exporting: No  
Primary Industry (NAICS): 541990 - All Other Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
Alternate Industries (NAICS): 541370 - Surveying and Mapping (except Geophysical) Services
541619 - Other Management Consulting Services
561410 - Document Preparation Services
Primary Business Activity: Services  
Aboriginal Firm: Registered Aboriginal Business under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB)

Product / Service / Licensing

 
Service Name: Regulatory and Community-based Traditional Knowledge and Land Use Studies
 
Traditional knowledge and land use studies have been undertaken by Aboriginal communities and researchers since the 1970s. They can serve a range of purposes including cultural education and retention, land and resource management, and meeting national and provincial regulatory requirements for development projects. Traditional knowledge can provide valuable insight into the traditional use practices and patterns of Aboriginal communities, and can strengthen other research by elucidating community priorities, concerns and environmental trends. Additionally, traditional knowledge and land use studies help to mitigate risk to shareholder values by identifying potential impacts to Aboriginal and Treaty rights before those impacts take place.

 
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Third-Party Information Liability Disclaimer

Some of the information on this Web page has been provided by external sources. The Government of Canada is not responsible for the accuracy, reliability or currency of the information supplied by external sources. Users wishing to rely upon this information should consult directly with the source of the information. Content provided by external sources is not subject to official languages, privacy and accessibility requirements.


Contact information

 
Kelly Davison
  Title:   Owner
  Area of Responsibility:   Management Executive
  Telephone:   (778) 789-6448
  Email:   kelly.davison@ksdandassociates.com
 

Company description

Exporting: No  
Primary Industry (NAICS): 541990 - All Other Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
Alternate Industries (NAICS): 541370 - Surveying and Mapping (except Geophysical) Services
541619 - Other Management Consulting Services
561410 - Document Preparation Services
Primary Business Activity: Services  
Aboriginal Firm: Registered Aboriginal Business under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB)

Product / Service / Licensing

 
Service Name: Regulatory and Community-based Traditional Knowledge and Land Use Studies
 
Traditional knowledge and land use studies have been undertaken by Aboriginal communities and researchers since the 1970s. They can serve a range of purposes including cultural education and retention, land and resource management, and meeting national and provincial regulatory requirements for development projects. Traditional knowledge can provide valuable insight into the traditional use practices and patterns of Aboriginal communities, and can strengthen other research by elucidating community priorities, concerns and environmental trends. Additionally, traditional knowledge and land use studies help to mitigate risk to shareholder values by identifying potential impacts to Aboriginal and Treaty rights before those impacts take place.