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Cayoose Creek Development Corp. Acquires Nickoli Cartage Ltd.

Cayoose Creek Development Corp. (CCDC) is pleased to announce that it has acquired Nickoli Cartage Ltd, a community leader in transportation needs. The new name given to this company is Cayuse Flats GP LTD. It will be business as usual through this transition and our operations, current run schedules and contracts will continue to stay the same.

Michelle Edwards, Chief of Cayoose Creek Band (or Sekw’el’was) and CEO for CCDC stated, “The ability to offer transport and hauling services and undertake development in our own territory meets the community’s vision for economic growth as well as our desire to create contracting and career opportunities. This means jobs, not just for Cayoose Creek Sekw’e’’was members and businesses but also for the overall St’at’imc nation and the local community.” Cayoose Creek Development Corp. also owns subsidiary Splitrock Environmental Sekw’el’was , an award winning aboriginal business specializing in environmental services, ecological restoration and propagation of native plants. With the recent purchase of Antares Project Services we think Cayuse Flats GP LTD complements our existing corporate portfolio very well. We welcome all inquiries and new opportunities.”

About Cayoose Creek Band or Sekw’el’was

Cayoose Creek Band or Sekw’el’was is nestled in the middle of the Fraser Canyon, just south of Lillooet, BC on Highway 99. Sekw’el’was is known as a gathering place for many neighboring nations. A community of just over 200 people, the people of Sekw’el’was, have survived and thrived through many hardships.  We are proud of who we are and where we come from and our community has a rich history of tool making and trading with other nations.  Sekw’el’was is a member of the St’at’imc nation and the Lillooet Tribal Council.

Please do not hesitate to call if there is anything we can do for you or if you have any questions.

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Michelle Edwards, Chief Cayoose Creek Band, 250-256-4136 or

Trish Andrew, CCDC Co-ordinator, 250-256-4136 or


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