working together toward independence.

Established in 2007, Splatsin Development Corporation manages the economic interests of the Splatsinac (Splatsin People) throughout the Secwepemcúl̓ecw (Shuswap). Profits generated through natural resource construction, forestry, environmental, archaeological, culture and heritage and consumer services are invested into the Splatsin Community for the collective benefit of all members. The result is fiscally and environmentally responsible managed land, resources, and culture for the benefit of everyone.

 

Splatsin Construction Services

Yucwmenlucwu

(Caretakers of the Land)

quilakwa
investments

We are on a mission to generate and manage wealth through active participation in the economy while protecting and preserving the environment for future generations. Our group of companies operate award-winning, profitable businesses to develop capacity amongst community members and generate income opportunities while integrating the environmental and cultural heritage of the Splatsin people.

We’re on a mission to generate and manage wealth through active participation in the economy while
protecting and preserving the environment for all generations. Our group of companies operate award-winning, profitable businesses to develop capacity amongst community members,
and generate income opportunities, while integrating the environmental and cultural heritage of the Splatsin people.

Careers with Splatsin Development Corporation

Our companies are constantly growing and we are looking for passionate, progressive professionals who share our vision of caretakers of the land.

Past Projects

Cartier Bay Wetland Enhancement

Cartier Bay Wetland Enhancement

Landmark and YUCWMENLÚCWU partnered to buttress the west side of the old CPR rail grade embankment at the site of a collapsed wooden culvert and associated washout. The project is located between Revelstoke and the head of the Arrow Lakes on the east side of the...

Edgewood Public Facilities Project

Edgewood Public Facilities Project

SCS was contracted by Columbia Power Corporation to upgrade the Arrow Reservoir Boat Launch at Edgewood, BC. The project included the installation of rip rap protection, new steel piles and walkway on the existing boat launch. In addition to the launch improvements,...

Sicamous Roundabout

Sicamous Roundabout

The District of Sicamous in cooperation with the Ministry of Highways and the Splatsin First Nation, designed an artwork project, welcoming travellers to Sicamous and the Splatsin Traditional Territory.  Working in a constrained space, with the highway in full...

Our traditional territory

Our traditional territory stretches from the B.C./Alberta border near the Yellowhead Pass to the plateau west of the Fraser River, southeast to the Arrow Lakes and to the upper reaches of the Columbia River.

We consider ourselves to be stewards of this place and of the living organisms, plants, fish and animals within our territory. The land is not ours to keep, it is ours to use respectfully and wisely so it will remain healthy and rich for generations to come.​