Past Projects - Feasibility Studies & Business Plans

Business Plan for the Provision of Services Related to Safe Water Operations Edward Hoshizaki Development Consulting is currently work with the eight Tribal Councils of Northwestern Ontario in their efforts to establish a jointly held corporation which will provide a variety of drinking water related services to the region’s First Nation communities.

Township of Manitouwadge All Season Outdoor Experience Complex Feasibility Study Edward Hoshizaki Development Consulting, in conjunction with a regional engineering firm, completed a feasibility and planning project which will see the Kiwissa Ski Hill site in Manitouwadge turned into a year-round multi-activity facility and a hub in the Township’s “Play in the Extreme” marketing and attraction campaign.

Oshki-Pimache-O-Win Education and Training Institute, Forestry Training Institute Feasibility Study and Business Plan Edward Hoshizaki Development Consulting completed a feasibility study and business plan examining the training needs and developing a strategic and business model for the delivery of forestry resource training to Nishnawbe Aski Nation members. The geographic area under consideration included all of NAN territory. 

Keewaytinook Okimakanak - Water Treatment Plant Operator Training Centre Feasibility Study and Business Plan Edward Hoshizaki Development Consulting was the lead firm in the completion of a feasibility study and detailed business plan to see Keewaytinook Okimakanak establish a centre and deliver certification training to water treatment plan operators, with a concentration on staff from First Nations in Ontario and Nationally.

Forest Products Association of Canada - Annotated Inventory of Federal and Provincial Programs and Initiatives Available To FPAC Members Working with Aboriginal Communities, Corporations, and Individuals Edward Hoshizaki Development Consulting developed an online searchable database detailing both federal and provincial programs and initiatives available to members of the Forest Products Association of Canada interested in working with Aboriginal communities, corporations and individuals.