Top Notch Oilfield Contracting Ltd selected as awardee for B.C. Indigenous Business Award

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The B.C. Achievement Foundation has announced its list of awardees for the 11th Annual B.C. Indigenous Business Awards.

Out of the 15 Indigenous businesses being recognized, Top Notch Oilfield Contracting Limited of Fort St. John has been selected as an award recipient.

According to the Foundation, the IBA program was launched in 2008 to honour and celebrate business excellence and boasts close to 200 remarkable businesses within its alumni.

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The Awardees will be celebrated at a Gala Dinner ceremony on October 17, 2019, at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver to honour excellence in Indigenous business in B.C.

Selection of the awardees was made by members of the 2019 jury panel, which includes Kim Baird, Jacob Beaton, Louis de Jaeger and Laurie Sterritt.

For more information on the B.C. Indigenous Business Awards, you can visit the B.C. Achievement Foundation’s website.

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