Warrior Plumbing Receives 2022 BC Indigenous Business Award

Warrior Plumbing Receives 2022 BC Indigenous Business Award

News & UpdatesWarrior Plumbing Receives 2022 BC Indigenous Business Award

Warrior Plumbing Receives 2022 BC Indigenous Business Award

Congratulations to Warrior Plumbing and Curtis Thomas, President and Business Development, for winning a BC Indigenous Business Award for “Business of the Year 11+ person enterprise”! Warrior Plumbing is a fully owned and operated Indigenous mechanical contracting company located in North Vancouver. The company provides turn-key plumbing, gas fitting and HVAC solutions across Greater Vancouver and prioritizes Tsleil-Waututh Nation to ensure its members stay safe and comfortable.

 

The Indigenous Business Award program, hosted by the BC Achievement Foundation, honours excellence and focuses on the successes of Indigenous businesses and entrepreneurs across British Columbia. Tsleil-Waututh Warriors, led by Gabriel George, welcomed attendees in a good way at the 2022 Indigenous Business Awards Gala held in Vancouver on November 29, 2022. The Gala ceremony included a video showcase from each of the awardees and remarks from representatives.

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