Tsuut'ina Owned Companies
Grey Eagle Resort and Casino is one of Calgary’s newest entertainment destinations, located on the Tsuut’ina First Nation in Calgary. We offer our guests professionally conducted, exciting entertainment in a unique environment.HOURS OF OPERATION:Open daily at 9:30AMSlots open daily from 10AM – 3AMTable Games open daily from 10AM – 3AMPoker room open 24/7
Facilities and Commercial Properties
Redwood Meadows meets the critera of a truly memorable course having 18 individual and distinctive holes, yet retaining a collective continuity from the first tee to the last green.For golfers, Redwood Meadows is a paradise. A genuine challenge of championship caliber where birds and wildlife of all descriptions may well be your companions during your round.
SERVICES: Gravel Products provides a number of services. Whether it’s crushing, screening, washing or hauling – we have the people, equipment and experience to get the job done right. Crushing: We operate several high-output portable crushing plants that travel throughout the state of North Dakota. Each plant is capable of producing a variety of sizes, types and classes of materials. Some of the more common are NDDOT Class 5 and Class 13 Crushed Gravel, Crushed Concrete, Crushed Asphalt and Crushed Stone (including Railroad Ballast, Concrete Rock, Asphalt Rock and more). Screening: For jobs that don’t require crushed aggregates, we can quickly set-up and begin processing a variety of screened materials. These plants are also high-output, portable and capable of producing many different products. Washing: Gravel Products has two stationary washing plants and one that is portable. The stationary plants are located on the East and West sides of Minot. The plants can scrub, rinse and separate raw material into several sizes of washed rock and washed sand. Pea-rock, roofing rock, sewer rock, and concrete rock, as well as mason and concrete sand are all made by these quiet, smooth-running machines. Hauling: Whether it’s a short distance city delivery, a longer run to the oil patch, or a journey to Fargo, our large fleet of side, belly, and end dumps can deliver the products you need where and when you need them.
Tsuutina Energy Corporation (TEC) is dedicated to the control, management, and effective optimal coordination of Tsuutina Nation’s energy needs and interests, and associated natural resources. Our Nation is committed to sustainable self-determination and TEC is a necessary vehicle critical to assisting in achieving this dream. Our forefather and Nation’s founder, Great Chief Bullhead, was himself the region’s original “Oil Man”. He understood and appreciated the significance of our natural wealth, and just as importantly, our responsibility as stewards of the land to wisely manage all of our natural resources. With that foundation and the guiding counsel and advocacy of our Elders, TEC is actively engaged in charting out our Nation’s sustainable and self-sufficient energy future. Together with expert industry partners from around the World, we are actively involved in projects that include: the development of a geothermal power plant; a CHP (combined heat and power) plant; a cogeneration power plant; a coal bed methane capture feasibility study; a landfill methane gas capture plant feasibility study; and a pipeline operations & management feasibility study. Recognizing the emerging importance of sustainable “green” energy systems, we are also actively involved in studies investigating the feasibility of solar farms, wind power corridors, and individual solar housing kits. In partnership with academic organizations such as SAIT, Bow Valley College, and Olds College, we are actively pursuing career training programs such as the Geothermal Power Technician, that once complete, will be the first of its kind in North America. From the power of the Earth’s core to the force of solar winds, Tsuutina’s energy future is environmentally friendly, sustainable, and in our own people’s hands.
Construction and Management
Fuel and Tobacco
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