The Osoyoos Indian Band Development Corporation

The Okanagan First Nation people have lived in this region from time immemorial. The Osoyoos Indian Band people honour the hard working, self-supporting lifestyle of our ancestors by developing our own economy through our business initiatives.

Chief Clarence Louie

Clarence Louie is a Canadian First Nations leader and businessman. Louie has been the chief of the Osoyoos Indian Band in British Columbia’s Okanagan for ten terms, the first beginning in 1985. He has been credited with contributing to the economic success of the small community, and has received regional, national, and international recognition, including the Order of British Columbia in 2004.

The Osoyoos Indian Band Development Corporation

The Okanagan First Nation people have lived in this region from time immemorial. The Osoyoos Indian Band people honour the hard working, self-supporting lifestyle of our ancestors by developing our own economy through our business initiatives.

Through leases and joint ventures we have built meaningful business relationships that have created social and employment opportunities for both natives and non-natives in the South Okanagan. The Chief and Council of OIB are business people, and we desire to develop more business opportunities.

Situated in one of Canada’s premier agricultural and tourism regions, our 32,000 acres offer opportunities in agriculture, eco-tourism, commercial, industrial, and residential developments.

OIBDC Businesses:

  • NK’MIP Campground & RV Park
  • NK’MIP Desert Cultural Centre
  • NK’MIP Cellars
  • NK’MIP Gas & Convenience Store
  • NK’MIP Vineyards
  • NK’MIP Conference Centre
  • NK’MIP Canyon Desert Golf Course
  • Spirit Ridge at NK’MIP Resort
  • Senkulmen Business Park
  • Oliver Readi-Mix LP
  • OIB Holdings Corp.