Our Investments

CII currently has 3 operating departments Security, Custodial & Property Management. It is the parent company to wholly-owned subsidiary, Mackenzie Petroleum. Shares a board of Directors and Management team with Tr’ondëk Heavy Equipment dba Chief Isaac Mechanical and owns 51% of Chief Isaac-Summit Camp Services Ltd, Klondike Wholesale and 536641 Yukon Inc. (soon to be Ch’ëdä Dëk Logisitics (CDL). We are also partners in Yukon First Nation Wildfire.

Any job postings we have can be found here and resumes can be sent to info@chiefisaac.ca. Telephone: 867-993-5384


Kilrich Industries has been providing building materials to northern builders and consumers since 1977. Kilrich Industries is located 12 kilometers from downtown Whitehorse, in the McCrae Industrial area. It was built on the simple philosophy of doing one thing and doing it well. That one thing is supplying building materials on time and at competitive prices.

Tr’ondek Hwech’in citizens are eligible for a discount on building supplies and tools purchased from Kilrich Industries Ltd. – “their best contractor’s rate”. Contact Rob Fordham at 867-668-5958 or sales@kilrich.ca to obtain a price quote and identify yourself as a Tr’ondek Hwech’in citizen.*

For employment inquiries, please contact the following:
Kilrich Industries Limited
Lisa Martin
lisa@kilrich.ca
Telephone: 867-668-5958


Northern Vision Development LP (NVD) was formed in 2004 with a mandate to acquire income producing property and raw lands in Canada’s Yukon Territory, with an expectation that macro-economic drivers would cause value increases and opportunities over the partnerships 7 to 10 year life. The partnership has acquired an enviable portfolio of lands and income producing properties, including Whitehorse Yukon’s leading hotel properties and most highly developable land prospects. Today the Partnership generates in excess of $10 million per annum in annual revenues primarily from commercial properties and its hospitality division. NVD has become known as one of Whitehorse’s leading real estate companies.

Tr’ondek Hwech’in citizens are eligible for a discount on hotel rooms at the Gold Rush Inn and Coast High Country Inn, as follows:*

  • Winter rate: $99.00 plus GST / Summer rate: $129.00 plus GST
  • The rate at the Edgewater Hotel is $129.00 plus GST year-round
  • You must ask for the “Tr’ondek Hwech’in Trust” rate when making the reservation and must show your status card or Tr’ondek Hwech’in citizen card on check-in, if requested.

For employment inquiries, please contact the following:
Northern Vision Development Corp.
Alexis Brandt, Director of Human Resources
abrandt@nvdlp.com
Telephone: 403-910-3813 ext. 1109

Scholarship Opportunity
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With its shares being held by Tr’ochëk Limited Partnership and NVDLP, The Downtown Hotel, home of the world famous Sourtoe Cocktail, was built in 1981/82, and opened June 9, 1982. The main building was constructed to replace the previous property which burned in 1980. The original structure, dating from 1902, was well known throughout the North for hospitality and service. With our new structure we have combined the look and feel of the Klondike Era with the most up-to-date safety and convenience features. Being locally owned and managed, we are able to provide better quality control and customer service.

There is no Tr’ondek Hwech’in citizens’ rate at the Downtown Hotel however they do offer a First Nations’ rate. Contact the hotel for more information.*

For employment inquiries, please contact the following:
Downtown Hotel
Stephen Lancaster
gm@downtownhotel.ca
Telephone: 867-993-5346


The Yukon Inn first opened its doors in the 1970’s and in 1989 a 50-room expansion and renovation made the original motel into a 95-room hotel with meeting facilities. In 1996, six of the Yukon First Nations formed a company to purchase the Yukon Inn with the vision of sharing their culture and hospitality with guests from Yukon and around the world. The following year, 1997, the six owners purchased the land and buildings on 4230 4th Avenue, which is the Yukon Inn Plaza.

The owners are now Tr’ondek Hwech’in Trust, Champagne Aishihik First Nations, and Little Salmon Carmacks First Nation. We love to see the happy face of a returning guest at “your home away from home”!

The Yukon Inn maintains a "points program" for returning guests.

Loyalty Program
See attached

For employment inquiries, please contact the following:
Yukon Inn
Joe Beckett
joe@yukoninn.com
Telephone: 867-667-2527




* Subject to change without notice