Bringing Opportunities

We work extensively with Indigenous communities and contractors to help them secure frequent, stable and lucrative work with both Prime Contractors and Owner Companies.

Providing Information

Prairie Creek Indigenous Services provides important access to a wide array of Indigenous information, as well as serving as a vital hub of cultural and business resources.

Extensive Experience

Through a well-rounded, experienced companies and services through our members we provide opportunities to fulfill MBA’s with owning companies and contractors.

Forging Alliances

Companies who join PCIG will have access to a wide network of bidding opportunities and potential work through our Indigenous company and our agreements.

Connecting Communities

We create synergy. By bridging the gap between Indigenous communities, businesses and contracting companies, PCIG helps to facilitate more efficient and productive contract negotiation and project implementation.

PCIG is connecting communities, forging strong economic alliances and paving the road to a more constructive, positive and profitable future for everyone.

Business Information

We’re amassing a collection of important documentation, links and business resources for Indigenous entrepreneurs, business leaders and communities alike.

Construction Expertise

Solid education and extensive experience in the field and in the office. You can rest-assured that every PCIG-managed project is handled by reputable experts.

Mentorship Programs

We have a number of connections for mentorship, leadership training and networking opportunities for Aboriginal entrepreneurs and business owners.

Infrastructure Experience

With decades of combines experience in management and contract bidding, PCIG can help facilitate even the most complex project bidding and implementation process.

Training & Certification

We help connect businesses, communities and solitary operators and contractors with new training and certification opportunities throughout Western Canada.

Funding Opportunities

Our network of community and business associates across Canada and internationally can provide resources and avenues for project funding.

March 19, 2020

Ottawa ‘clearly’ sees a path forward to defuse rail blockades: Miller

Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller says there is a clear "path forward" to defuse the ongoing tensions caused by protests that have hamstrung the country's transportation network, despite some Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs refusing…
June 5, 2019


Canadians will mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day in ceremonies across the country today — with the aged veterans who are the last living link to the largest seaborne invasion in history…
March 23, 2013

Design grad weaves Indigenous culture into successful fashion company

Indigenous clothing designer Derek Jagodzinsky wants to fashion his newest University of Alberta degree into an inspiration for others. Graduating next week with a master of design is just the…
March 17, 2013

Alberta Métis community declares self-government

A small Métis community in the middle of Northern Alberta’s oil patch has declared self-government, setting off negotiations with Ottawa that its members hope will give them the power to…