HISTORY

    • 1977:  We start our journey by incorporating the KIBDC.
    • 1980:  Mt. Paul Industrial Subdivision (MPIS) lands were second surrender for fifty years for the use of light industrial and commercial use; Phase II of MPIS commences with a 70-year head lease and a mortgage for infrastructure works.
    • 1993:  Special Events Facility built within the Chief Louis Centre (CLC) lands.
    • 1996:  Phase II of the MPIS Designation Lands receives affirmative vote allowing for longer term leasing, and head lease was modified for a 99 year term and the CLC lands were desiginated for 99 year leases for the use of education, administration, cultural and retail. As well as the Phase 1 of the 7-Mile Lands, and a 99-year Head Lease to Great Canadian Railtours.
    • 1997:  Little Fawn Nursery was built within the CLC lands.
    • 2001:  CLC head lease was granted for 49 year term.
    • 2002:  Sk'elep School of Excellence was built within the CLC lands.
    • 2003:  Tk’emlúps Petroleum (rebranded to Tk’emlúps Petro Canada in 2012) was built within the CLC lands.
    • 2006:  "7 Mile" land and the extension to the CLC lands were designated for 99 year leases for the use of residential, industrial, commercial, recreational, institutional or assembly use; and Mount Paul Centre Lands head lease for a 99 year term.
    • 2008:  Phase II of the MPIS was completely subleased out.
    • 2009:  Tk’emlúps Car Wash was built within the CLC lands.
    • 2010:  CLC head lease was modified for a 99 year term and the CLC master plan was approved.
    • 2011:  CLC design controls package was approved and the Mt. Paul Centre lands were assigned to KIBDC.
    • 2012: Phase I of the CLC infrastructure upgrade was completed.
    • 2014:  MPC Phase 1 plan was approved.
    • 2018:  Phase II of the MPIS was completely subleased out.


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