Month: October 2023

What's Happening At Primco Dene

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At Primco Dene we're happy to share more about what we're doing and where we're going. Click the buttons below to navigate our different news items.

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Primco Dene Group of Companies Wins Outstanding Large Business at BOYA 2023

Primco Dene Group of Companies is honoured and grateful to win the “Outstanding Large Business” Award at the Business of the Year Awards in Cold Lake on October 20th, 2023. We are grateful for the support we’ve received over the last 24 years in business, we look forward to serving…

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Celebrating Success: Primco Dene Wins ‘Outstanding Large Business’ at the 2023 Bonnyville Business Resiliency Awards!

Primco Dene was nominated for two awards at the 2023 Bonnyville & District Chamber of Commerce – Business Resiliency Awards last night. We are so honoured and grateful to be the winner of “Outstanding Large Business” for 2023 and a nominee for “Building Community Resilience”. 24 years and going strong, this ride…

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Contact Us

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Primco Dene Business Centre Cold Lake First Nations

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    Box 2070, Hwy 28 RR 423A (7km south of City of Cold Lake), Cold Lake, T9M 1P5

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    780.594.4034

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    780.594.4759

Enoch Sub Office

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    PO Box 820, Suite 201 21553 Chief Lapotec Blvd, Enoch, AB T7X 3Y3

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    780.594.4034

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    780.594.4759

Calgary Office

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    Suite 620, Tower 1, 202 – 6 Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T2P 2R9

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    403.252.8882

Hours of operation

Monday to Friday – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. Closed on lunch hours, statutory holidays and weekends.

We’d like to acknowledge that we are on Treaty 6 Territory, a traditional meeting grounds, gathering place and travelling to the Cree, Saulteaux, Blackfoot, Métis”, Denesųłiné, Nakota Sioux. We acknowledge all the many First Nations, Metis and Inuit whose footsteps have marked these lands for centuries.