By Sam Laskaris Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Yes, Adam Good is pretty happy with a deal announced last week, but Good, the president of Shwe Miikaan, will be a lot happier if that new deal translates into an even more significant announcement in the near future. Shwe Miikaan is a construction company that is owned by three First Nations in Ontario, Shawanaga First Nation, Magnetawan First Nation and Henvey Inlet First Nation. Officials with Shwe Miikaan signed a teaming agreement on Aug. 9 with representatives of SNC-Lavalin, a Canadian company that provides a variety of services, including construction. A teaming agreement allows a smaller business to subcontract work with a larger company. It is anticipated that Shwe Miikaan and SNC-Lavalin will soon join forces and create a limited partnership. From
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