Peter Ballantyne Group of Companies owns a percentage of the businesses on this page.
JNE is a full-service, engineer-to-order steel fabricator headquartered in Saskatoon. JNE has a world class reputation for production and delivery of oversized fabrications as well as those requiring specialty alloy materials. With purposeful strategic business decisions, solid objectives, focus on recruiting and developing some of the top tradespeople in Western Canada and an unwavering commitment to quality we have earned a solid reputation in the fabrication business in Canada.
Western First Nations Hospitality Limited Partnership (WFNHLP) owns and operates five Super 8 Motel properties with four in Saskatchewan and one in Alberta. WFNHLP was created in 2004 as a partnership between Peter Ballantyne Group of Companies (PBGOC), Prince Albert Development Corporation (PADC) and the Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC).
In the 1990’s the 12 First Nations of the Prince Albert Grand Council formed the Prince Albert Development Corporation. Since then, PADC restructured into the General Partner with Prince Albert Fist Nations Business Development Limited Partnership (PAFNBDLP) becoming the Limited Partner.
First Nations Insurance Services Ltd. provides group benefits, insurance, and pension services to First Nations governments, their businesses, and institutions. Coming into existence in 1986 to serve clients in Northern Saskatchewan, FNIS has expanded to include all of Saskatchewan as well as Alberta and the Northern Territories.
Northern Resource Trucking (NRT) hauls all types of goods to the major mining companies in Saskatchewan’s North. As these mine sites are in remote areas, NRT has become the major transportation provider for everything needed to ensure that production does not stop.
La Ronge Wild Rice was established as a processing plant for the Northern based operations of growing and harvesting wild rice. It converts the wild rice into a product that can be sold on any store shelf. Wild rice grows freely on many northern lakes and rivers and is a completely organic product with no chemicals or pesticides. As a result wild rice has grown to be an export for the Norther Saskatchewan region with many healthy attributes to assist in the marketing of the product.
Points North FFLP (PNFFLP) provides transportation, lodging and other services for the mining, exploration companies, outfitting lodges, and communities in the Athabasca Region of Northern Saskatchewan.