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MLTC Industrial Investments

MLTC Industrial Investments LP (MLTCII) exists to create successful economic development through business investment that will generate wealth, opportunity, health and prosperity for our shareholders – the nine First Nations of the Meadow Lake Tribal Council.

MLTCII leads on a journey to sustainable economic prosperity. From logging and lumber production to delivering renewable energy solutions for the province, MLTC II is committed to developing ways to capture full value from the opportunities that our partnerships, land and forestry resources provide.

Business Sectors


MLTC’s forestry assets have been the backbone of its economic development efforts since 1999. Sole ownership in both NorSask Forest Products and L&M Wood Products makes MLTCII the largest 100% Indigenous owned forestry company in Canada.


MLTC Northern Trucking provides transport services to NorSask Forest Products and the logging industry through the haul of wood chip and logs which support the sawmilling industry.

Renewable energy

The MLTC Bioenergy Centre consists of a 6.6 MW power generation system that is fueled primarily by biomass sawmill residuals. The plant produces 55,000 mw-hrs per year that is fed directly into the SaskPower grid. In addition, MLTC Solar Energy Farm is slated for construction in the summer of 2021.

Hospitality services

MLTC and its partners have committed to providing quality hospitality services across Saskatchewan through investment in the Super 8 brand of hotels.


Wild Rice, a business staple for producers in our northern communities sold through La Ronge Wild Rice Corp. and the production of  salt blocks and fertilizer made from natural uranium waste products by Ceres Industries. Agriculture services that contribute to the economy and support small business owners and agriculture specialists in our province

Oil and Gas Services

Oil and gas delivery services, provision of enviro. tanks and pumps for service stations, supply of all your oil and industrial fluid needs through Polar Oils and its partnership with TR Petroleum. Natural gas storage in the Prud’homme Gas Caverns.