The Akisqnuk First Nation is home to several businesses and business ventures:

- Akisqnuk Natural Resources Corporation: This company carries out forestry and resource-related initiatives on behalf of the Akisqnuk First Nation

- Billboard rentals: The Akisqnuk First Nation leases high-visibility billboards along the busy Highway 93/95 corridor. 

- Guide Outfitting Territory: the Akisqnuk First Nation is the owner of a guide outfitting territory located in the Kootenay Valley and into the Rocky Mountains. Hunts are led by a licenced guide outfitter

- Indian Beach Estates: IBE is an approximately 145 unit residential subdivision located on the Akisqnuk First Nation. The Akisqnuk First Nation enjoys a productive and mutually-beneficial relationship with the Indian Beach Estates Management Corporation and the lease holders at IBE

- Lakeshore Resort and Campground is the Columbia Valley's largest lakeside campground located on the pristine shores of Lake Windermere. It is ideally located between the communities of Windermere and Fairmont Hot Springs and accessible from Highway 93/95. It is open seasonally from May until October and serves seasonal renters, serviced RV sites, and non-serviced sites for tenting

- Little Badger Early Learning Programs & Nature School is managed by the board of the Eva Joseph Culture and Learning Society (EJLCS). It has an excellent reputation for offering high-quality childcare for children from across the Columbia Valley

For more information on any of the business entities listed above, please email or call (250) 342 6301

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8:30am – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday, Closed over the noon hour

Administration address: 3050 Highway 93/95, Windermere, B.C., V0B 2L2

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