Kahkewistahaw Landing Infrastructure

Project Name: Kahkewistahaw Landing Infrastructure

Partner(s): Kahkewistahaw First Nation

Location: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Sector: Trade and Transportation

Participation: $13 million

Description: The Kahkewistahaw Landing Infrastructure project is the CIB’s second investment opportunity under the Indigenous Community Infrastructure Initiative. 

Kahkewistahaw First Nation (KFN) seeks to develop Kahkewistahaw Landing as a multi-use gathering place for community, sport and business activities on designated urban reserve land in Saskatoon. The development will house: a medical centre, commercial units, an office centre, hotel and conference centre, gas station, industrial bays and headquarters of the Saskatchewan First Nations’ provincial political organization, the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations.

An urban reserve is defined as land within a city which has been purchased on the open market by a First Nation and granted reserve status by the Federal Government.

Benefits of the CIB Involvement

The CIB’s investment allows KFN to develop the urban reserve more quickly and efficiently. The investment will be used for enabling infrastructure such as road work, utilities and broadband connectivity.

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