Our 5-storey Saskatoon office tower is located in the heart of the city’s vibrant business community.  Our Diversified Holdings Group of companies provides reliable cash distributions to fuel ongoing development. RDI is a major shareholder in many prominent Saskatchewan companies in key industries across the province.  RDI’s Industrial Synergy Group shows incredible promise for long-term growth in bioenergy and diversified forestry. RDI is committed to serving the nine First Nations of the Meadow Lake Tribal Council.


Birch Narrows Dene Development Purchases a majority interest in Saskatoon Fastprint

Birch Narrows Dene Development (BNDD), which is owned 100 per cent by the Birch Narrows Dene Nation, is very pleased to announce its first investment in Saskatoon. Birch Narrows Media Release Dec 19


MLTC Industrial Investments Launched

MLTC Resource Development has launched a new company, MLTC Industrial Investments, to manage its portfolio of companies…(more)

2013-05-07 SBIC Winners

SBIC Winners


RDI announces winners of the Small Business Idea Challenge.

MLTC Resource Development LP (RDI) extends its congratulations to the winners of the Small Business Idea Challenge (SBIC)…(more)


SaskPower Announces Meadow Lake Power Project

(October, 2011) The Government of Saskatchewan and SaskPower are working with MLTC to develop a power generation project in Meadow Lake. SaskPower

The word is out.

With the fastest growing economy in Canada, Saskatchewan is the place to do business. According to Enterprise Saskatchewan, every year capital investment in the province grows at an average rate of more than 11%. In 2011, capital investment totals reached a new high of $19.3 billion.


Doing business in Saskatchewan today means doing business with First Nations. The fastest growing demographic in the province with significant land holdings and business assets, First Nations enterprise is growing in size, scope and influence. A pace setter in this new environment is the Meadow Lake Tribal Council.


Meadow Lake Tribal Council has been doing business in Saskatchewan for over 25 years and has become one of Saskatchewan’s largest private equity investment managers, returning tens of millions in dividends to shareholder First Nations. These resources fuel economic development, social programs, employment and infrastructure in nine northern First Nations communities. In 2009, the Council created Meadow Lake Tribal Council Resource Development (RDI) with the mandate to pursue business initiatives and improve the wealth of shareholder communities.