Since 1960
The origination private enterprises Canadian Biomass Group of Companies : CBEC / CBCL / CBCC have developed commercial for-profit projects based upon an internationally recognized natural resource that is noted within this document as being P1-Factor. These projects occurred through a series of agricultural, horticultural and mining enterprises that fall within well known international standards.  This CB Group has consequently developed very unique intellectual properties; including, certain patents and copyrights as were created through the growing expertise of a variety of enterprises. Further, the CB Group secured several electric power purchase agreements and allocations within Canadian provincial territories in 1990 as an initiative to have these provincial authorities recognize the energy qualities of the P1-Factor; the chosen technologies; and, the Tri-Gen SVS-IHHI programs as meeting all economic, environmental and social value criteria.

The incorporated SVS-IHHI © template (herein, referenced as “SITE”) was adopted through rigorous national and international  commercial experience; and, included a series of collaborative reviews and progressive amendments through academic centres; including, social scientists; nutrition experts; energy technologies scientists, finance professors; and, government energy and environment panels.
The CB Group brought forward in-house business expertise through the commercial enterprises that began to develop the P1-Factor natural resources since 1960. Thus, through the collaborative series that continued to unfold into the 1980 years, the consolidated business regimen formed into the SVS-IHHI : Survival Villages Systems – International Holistic Healing Institutes ©; namely : [In 1925, Canada published the central certified P1-Factor value report] :
·         It was apparent that the historical energy resources would witness a growing competition from the alternative energy production industries (wind / solar / geothermal / biomass / tidal / plasma). Hence, the CB Group determined that the prevailing biomass resource in Canada that presented itself as the primary chemical source for ozone depletion would become the singular and primary energy resource for the CB Group Tri-Gen projects

·         The SVS-IHHI Tri-Gen © projects would be 30-Mwe electric energy enterprises; producing affordable electric power for the hydroponic Bio-Cell greenhouses : 20 Bio-Cells per each 30-Mwe (sufficient electric power for 30,000 homes)

·         The Bio Science R&D Centres would develop natural resource knowledge and advanced technologies within a 250 kilometre radius of the SVS-IHHI TRI-GEN © habitat enterprise
·         And, healing centres are imperative to reduce employment time loss; and, pandemics

The principal matter of project ownership rests with the HOST – the territorial governance body or founded business council : either arising through the central territorial governance regime; or, being the initiative of parties (actors) outside of that governing body; and, being sovereign of that said governing body. This governing body may be defined as originating through the Canada constitution; or, being sovereign of that monarchical institution. Such matters are political in nature; and requires absolute clarity within the Terms And Conditions of the constructed Master Services Agreement.

The intent of this Master Services Agreement is to establish the contractual obligations of the CORE parties (actors); namely, the HOST; The Master Turn Key Contractor; and, the Central Financial Institution that will serve as the conduit for the transition of financing for capitalization.
The HOST shall be understood to be the territorial political body that possesses historical and current rightful land title ownership – or, right of occupancy through the international standards of being “consecutively settled sovereign peoples”; who continue in this said occupancy through the fundamental matters of custom and tradition; and, which may be embraced within the universal doctrines of “free, prior, informed consent”; arising through international conventions that protect and preserve the political and human rights of all citizens.

The CENTRAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTION shall be STT : Sthuy’shen “Telew T-hw : The Honourable Money House : Peace & Harmony Trust : founded by the Kwa’mutsun Nation : Head Person : Stitumaatulwut Hwuneem : Absolute Monarch. The STT ensures compliance of financial transactions with the international banking regulations as monitored through the Bank For International Settlements. Further, STT is the oversight body for reviewing the HOST’S Community Services Business Plan; ensuring the equitable distribution of project revenues through the fundamental “for-profit humanitarian” protocols; namely, ensuring equitable wealth distribution and services entitlements as are dictated through the HOST’S dedication to improving living standards as within the just society mandate of the business plan.

The MASTER TURN KEY CONTRACTOR (MTKC) provides the comprehensive management of all projects that are initiated by the HOST. The collaboration between the HOST – STT – MTKC remains elaborate and mutually beneficial throughout the construction and operations phases of the SVS-IHHI © projects and all ancillary enterprises that arise from time to time; and, the MTKC remains available as a continuum consultant following the enfranchisement period (circa 10 years) when the HOST has successfully paid out on all debt obligations of the Tri-Gen projects. And, the MTKC remains chief of all domestic projects of the Survival Habitats.
The STT : Sthuy’shen ‘Telew T-hw : The Honourable Money House : Peace And Harmony Trust : is the central financial vehicle for placing capital into each HOST project. And, STT , therein, holds the principal fiduciary duty to the capital sources for purposes of monitoring all inflow and outflow of investments and revenue generation.

Each 30-Mwe Tri-Gen Project requires $160-M USD of capital procurements through evolution procedures of the Stage Gate developments. The Central Budget demand is budgeted as $200-M; which represents all financing and banking original and exceptional error factors.

The SVS (Survival Villages Systems © : the 30,000 population habitats) are separately funded through alternate capitalization; requiring $15-B USD; plus, infrastructure @ $2-B USD. These theme cities originate as personnel habitats; and, will evolve into full services health care (hospitals) centres during the initial 10 years. Each habitat unit ($500,000) is converted into hospital bedded units as the personnel move into individual separate domiciles beyond the primary SVS-IHHI © centre; and, additional electric energy generation will increase from 30-Mwe to 60-Mwe.

The original energy resource base is valued at $2-B USD; and, will increase to $100-B USD during the initial 10 years. Canadian volumes of the chosen P1-Factor is the largest in the world; and, converted to barrels-of-oil units represents more than 5,000 billion barrels of oil energy values. Currently, the world has registered 2,000 billion barrels of oil in known fields.

The P1-Factor energy resources are delivered to the power plant for electrification @ <$5-USD per barrel equivalents; plus, there are the carbon capture credits developed through silvaculture production at the Bio-Cell hydroponic greenhouses.

The 30-Mwe Tri-Gen facilities are constructed and in-service in less than 24 months; cash flow commences within 30 months (Day 910). The SVS-IHHI © is a labour-intensive project.
The initial exploratory $2-Million USD budget includes : Day One to Day 180 : See Appendix #1
1.      Field Explorations : including, Host issuance of all required permits and licences
2.      Laboratory Reports dictating the energy values of the field tests
3.      Securing Turn-Key Contractors via the Master Turn Key Contractor
4.      Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) for the Tri-Gen operations
5.      Securing Electric Energy, Bio Cell Greenhouse & R&D Science Technology Suppliers
6.      The SVS-IHHI © capitalization syndicate is placed; including the monitoring agency
7.      Initial electric power buyer (PPA) is secured for originating 25-year; with rollovers
8.      PPA secures energy resources valuations : minimum $2-B USD per 30-Mwe Tri-Gen
9.      Canada-wide energy blitz is completed; securing the majority of P1-Factor resources
10.  Project One is the initial site for 3300 SVS-IHHI to be constructed : 100,000 Mwe Total
11.  Securing Carbon Capture Credits Futures Sales (CCFS) provides Cash Flow @ Bio-Cells
The SVS-IHHI Tri-Generation © facilities incorporates two simultaneous technological features :
1.      The principal facilities incorporate only proven technologies at all three sectors

2.      The R&D Centre is responsible for developing alternative energy fuels and generation technologies; improved green house operations and field crops; and, further, is the human physiology and Mother Earth science centre; being responsible for ensuring that each SVS-IHHI ©  utilizes the most comprehensive practices and procedures for sustainable human habitats
The For-Profit Humanitarian commitments of each Host SVS-IHHI Tri-Generation © 30,000 population project operates as a theme-city enterprise; wherein, the net revenues of each project are re-invested back into that site for purposes of maximizing the continuum of improved infrastructures and human services; seeking the optimum balances for a just society governance as a Private Associate Formation (P.A.F.).

Each SVS-IHHI Tri-Gen © project operates as a specific theme venture; electing to produce improved products and services of a unique sector of the general commercial and private human sectors.

The Central Plan for the SVS-IHHI Tri-Gen Projects evolves around the greenhouse production. In 1990, as the CB Group secured three 30-Mwe allocations at Ontario Hydro; and, the first 15-Mwe Power Purchase Agreement with SaskPower SVS-IHHI in Saskatchewan, the Core Mission had been established through the final assessments of the academic team from the University of Alberta; who had counselled CB Group on food production (primary rice crops cannot provide sufficient resources for the forecast population explosions foreseen to mid-2050); and, sustainable natural medicinal products (due to the arising pharmaceutical resistances that are unfolding in human physiology). Integral within this greenhouse (Bio-Cells) regimen is the seedling production (30-M sf ft / 2.8-M sq m.) : 30-Mwe @ 600 Bio-Cells produce 4.8-B tree seedlings per annum : carbon capture value futures FMV = circa $158-B per annum. Monenco Engineering assessed the carbon capture program as being a relative “gold mine” in the CB Group mission.
Monenco Engineering (AGRA Inc / AMEC – as feasibility valuation consultant to Ontario Hydro – endorsed the selected technologies (Dr. Natarahan / chief at Monenco) had achieved his Phd on the chosen energy technologies (now owned by Atlas Copco). SaskPower agreed.

The in-house affordable electric energy provides the CB Group (and, its succeeding corporate entities within the PMF – Private Membership Formations) with heightened competitive edges to ensure the hydroponic greenhouse productions will retain that leading market performance quality and pricing edge due to the continuous re-investment of net revenues into the Tri-Gen R&D Centre; where new technologies and practices are routinely developed.
[For discussion purposes, the “Private Membership Formation - PMF” – otherwise, traditionally known as the “Private Membership Association - PMA” functions as a closed-loop entity; alienated from exterior governance. This PMF is sovereign; and, cannot be breached by alien forces except where an evident “evil” is identified by external parties. Such “evil” shall be tested at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) / or/ the International Criminal Court (ICC); and, where judged to be proved as being contrary to fundamental human, civil, and, or, political rights of the inhabitants, shall  be disbanded forthwith; and, that PMF shall become administered as a protectorate of the United Nations.]

Each SVS-IHHI TRI-GEN Project is secured as being a sovereign commercial enterprise of that HOST party. The Master Services Agreement is structured through a Tri-Lateral Agreement with three principal parties : HOST – BANK – CONTRACTOR : all being Private Membership Formations.

Since the early evolutionary developments of the CB Group business plan, it has been a functional mission that each SVS-IHHI TRI-GEN shall be developed as a self-sustaining private habitat entity.

The rationale of this plan was detailed as initiating the global necessity for secure human habitat domains of “tribal” groups that could withstand life-altering events through the onslaught of the arising global extremes of climate changes throughout this 21ST century.

Whether by natural Earth events (floods, crop failures, volcanoes, earthquakes) as related to the historic cycles of in-situ planetary norms or extra-terrestrial (comets); or, by – and, in combination with – commerce and trade impacts of industrial consumption and resulting residues it was apparent in 1980 that it was imperative to develop sustainable habitat … And, thus, the formation of the Integrated Resource Management of Biomass – IRMB© programs that unfolded into the SVS-IHHI habitat complex.

The HOST territory shall have a field of influence of 250 kilometres radius; through which they shall attain sovereignty (as a Private Membership Formation) for sustainable human culture.
This HOST establishes the Tri-Party MSA (Master Services Agreement) as a For-Profit Humanitarian enterprise on behalf of the prescribed 30,000 population that will occupy this SVS-IHHI project.

Initially, the HOST territory is populated by consecutively settled sovereign peoples (CSSP) – in Canada – being Inuit, Metis and “first nations” Peoples – both on and off the circa 650 prescribed Canada “First Nations” reserves.

( Sustained Host Nations Sovereignty – Private Membership Formations – cont’d )
The HOST party creates the Master Services Agreement (MSA) with the chosen financial services party (STT) – who will monitor all financial transactions on behalf of the capital sources; ensuring the continuum of integrity of all revenues and expenditures  - and, the Master Services Turn-Key Contractor (MSTKC) i.e., ICG LTD ( Indigen Commerce Group Ltd – Canada ).

The HOST is a PMF : Private Member Formation : hereditary indigenous to the selected territory within the publicly claimed Canada nation; a constitutional monarchy. The HOST is an absolute monarchy within customary and traditional law; within international law interpretations; and, is a For-Profit Humanitarian (FPH) enterprise on behalf of the traditional Peoples of that territory; further, is a modern era political entity recognizing the mutual interest advantages of nation-to-nation (PMF to PMF) commercial trade agreements.

ICG LTD : Indigen Commerce Group LTD – Canada : is a private, federally registered company in Canada – and, is originated through the GAIAWATTS PMF. Founders of ICG LTD  are senior business persons; who are experienced and known internationally for financial and energy enterprises since 1960.

As the Master Services Turn-Key Contractor (MSTKC) ICG LTD provides skilled knowledge and global contacts to ensure that all project criteria is met in a timely manner; and, that the STT is capable to perform the monitoring of financial transactions with the central core wealth centres that shall continue to fund the SVS-IHHI TRI-GEN projects in Canada – and, in conjunction with similar projects that will simultaneously be developed on the remaining continents. And, where the Joint Mission is to develop the platforms for human habitat on Earth and through the interplanetary ventures will incorporate the unique knowledge and technologies that will be developed throughout the myriad of SVS-IHHI TG sites.

The STT : Sthuy’shen ‘Telew T-hw : Honourable Money House : Peace And Harmony Trust : serves as the central financial institution of each SVS-IHHI TRI-GEN project. All transactions comply with international baking regulations; as are stipulated through the Bank For International Settlements (B.I.S.) of Switzerland.

Security provisions for each SVS-IHHI TRI-GEN are provided via qualified international corporate turn-key contractors; who co-ordinate intel with Interpol. All restrictions regarding money laundering events apply to all projects. And, all parties within each project shall qualify through rigorous security protocol. Member / employment within a project is terminated forthwith in the event of known breaches. There are rights of appeal that are conducted through an independent vetting agency; with rights of additional appeals to established human rights bodies attached to the UN.

The mutual-interests commitments of all parties to the project are contractually and morally bound to the simple Peace-Trust-Friendship covenant chain.
Each SVS-IHHI TRI-GEN 30-Mwe Project requires a verified energy field that will continuously supply the trigeneration electric power facility with quality generated power for a minimum of 100 years : This Exploratory Stage requires 6 months for procuring all licences and permits – including, the $2-M USD EIA : Environmental Impact Assessment : Business Plan Report
1.      The Host Project establishes the MSA ( Master Services Agreement) and conducts the energy inventories of the identified field through core samples that will be submitted to an independent laboratory; which will issue the energy quality report within 30 days : Field Tests & Lab Report : 90 Days Total
2.      The STEP ONE Budget Details are : As Developed In Conjunction With Bank Officials :
Since 1980, the CB Group has elected to install and operate only with proven technologies for all three sectors : Electric Energy – Greenhouses – R&D Science Centres. This choice has facilitated the securing of Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) with Canada’s provincial electric power utilities corporations; beginning with Ontario Hydro and SaskPower in 1990 for 30-Mwe & 15 Mwe electric power facilities.

Ontario Hydro contracted with Monenco Engineering Consultants Ltd (MEC) -now APEC.
MEC was contracted to evaluate all facets of the CB Group proposals : the TRI-GEN of the core SVS-IHHI projects (three 30-Mwe in northern Ontario : one First Nations; two non-indigenous). Both federal and provincial monies paid for the initial stage of the CB Group submission.

CB Group was initially contracted by Nord Aski Frontier Development (a community economic development company). Upon completion of the 90-Day CB Group submission, Nord Aski vended the CB Report to CB Group; noting that they chose to rely upon CB Group to complete the project submissions to Ontario Hydro ASAP. The CB Group SVS TRI-GEN business plan was structured upon a labour-intensive business regimen that would significantly supplement the forecast high unemployment in the region due to exhausted forest inventories. CB Group possessed a 50-year background in forestry and sawmill design and operations.

MEC’s chief of investigations was Dr. Natarahan; who had achieved his Phd. on the principal chosen electric power technologies : the ORC Rankine Cycle Turbo Expanders and the fluidized bed gasifiers. And, therein, the MEC team assessed that such technologies as applied to the CB Group chosen P1-Factor energy resource base were ideal and substantially viable due to access of these technologies and their proven track record – especially, in the oil refinery industries.

MEC’s assessment of the chosen hydroponic greenhouse technologies – sourced from Israel and the Netherlands – were likewise, proven and economically suited to the principal methodologies for producing tree seedlings and salad nutrition crops. Dr. Natarahan reported that the choice of tree seedlings as a value commodity regarding sustainable energy crops – as well as ancillary resources for the slated sawmills and dry kilns of these SVS-IHHI projects; guaranteeing that the wood products could enter the European markets.

Electing to market the tree seedlings and field forestry crops into the global carbon capture credits markets (1990) as prevailing and futures products substantially contributed to the positive assessment report that MEC filed with Ontario Hydro in September, 1990 – resulting in the first phases of electric power purchase and allocations agreements.

In Saskatchewan, CB Group simultaneously achieved the overwhelming support of the provincial cabinet; which endorsed the 15-Mwe SVS TRI-GEN project at Jans Bay; north of Meadow Lake.
The Saskatchewan ministry of environment chose to require the CB Group to conduct a uniquely comprehensive EIA : Environmental Impact Assessment – which cost $1.5-M (1990). Whereas, in Ontario this EIA was to be achieved simply by posting a $100,000 bond, warranting damages recovery.

Saskatchewan’s logic was correct and appreciated. The chief director proposed that a major EIA report would eventually be to the advantage of the CB Group’s Jans Bay project – and, Saskatchewan had already identified that they were prepared to commit to a further 300 Mwe purchase of electric power; noting the CB Group’s R.O.R. margins as being remarkable in comparison to other traditional electric power generation projects. And, SaskPower had petitioned to utilize the CB Group’s financing sources for improving the efficiencies of their Weyburn Power Plant operations ( to generate an additional 50-Mwe from recovered heat from its cooling ponds).

Through this comprehensive EIA : conducted through the joint collaborative efforts of two provincial science councils (Alberta leading a team of 10 scientists; in association with scientists drawn from Saskatchewan’s Science Council) : the strategy of a “Cadillac EIA” was achieved; therein, deferring the likelihood of court challenges by environmental activist groups.

CB Group, by choosing this Saskatchewan strategy, established an elevated criteria for EIA as related to the chosen P1-Factor resource – of which Canada possesses the majority of global inventories; and, which, additionally, is a major contributor to ozone depletion via natural percolation into the atmosphere (as related to the CB Group’s chosen carbon capture credits strategies). It was assessed that this EIA value would defer “fly-by-night” proponents who may choose to enter the marketplace with other projects.

The P1-Factor resource represents – in terms of volume by tons – more than 300-billion tons; with another 10,000-billion tons known to exist in Canada’s northern territories; as yet not inventoried through national or private geological surveys.

Note : one ton of P1-Factor resource at 60% moisture content (MC) possesses 6-million BTUs (British Thermal Units) the equivalent of one 45-gallon drum of crude oil. While the P1-Factor resource doubles @ one ton to 12-million BTUs when the MC is reduced to 30% (the highest efficiency category of trade-offs)

Each SVS-IHHI TRI-GEN project acquires a P1-Factor resource base that will provide 30-Mwe of electric power for a minimum of 100 years; i.e., 15-M tons – when attached to a AAA-rated PPA, this energy resource converts from a natural in-situ FMV of $0.40 / ton to circa $20 – 60 / ton as compared to the current market posted values of oil / coal / natural gas or hydro power. Therein, the SVS-IHHI achieves an electric energy resource base for 100 years, with a Day One value of $3-B USD (double the required energy volume is always secured at Day One)… i.e., 50-M tons.
The CB Group formulated a private enterprise venture which incorporated high incentives for profitability; while ensuring significant re-investments for purposes of retaining a leading market share for electric power generation for commercial enterprises that were commissioned to provide significant public interests benefits : hence, the For-Profit Humanitarian protocols.

Since 1960, the founding CB Group ethic and goal has been to provide maximum community benefits to the host territory where projects would be developed.

Entering the national and international marketplace as mining enterprises that produced agricultural-support commodities, the unfolding CB Group settled upon optioning the already established more than 1000 commercial products of the P1-Factor base resource – a biomass.

And, in 1979, CB Group elected to improve its market share of the global opportunities (i.e., fabrics / dynamite / cosmetics / construction materials. This was further increased by becoming consultants to federal and provincial ministries of energy and environment for alternative energy resources; and, the staging of hazardous waste treatment facilities.

One of CB Groups founders had a background with international oil industries; and, did eventually, become registered at the UN Security Council as an international oil trader (recommended via Canada’s UN Ambassador).

The CB Group founders came into the industry via engineering, forestry, mining, agriculture, energy logistics and marketing, financial institutions; and, a sincere background of community services (including a series of commendations).

The economics of the SVS-IHHI provided the stimulus to develop financial planning rooted in achieving maximization of profit in tandem with sustaining labour intensive projects.

The R.O.R. maxims revealed a capacity per project to employ 10 times the standard labour volume; while, simultaneously exceeding the permitted R.O.R. for electric power projects. Namely, the 30-Mwe electric power division could employ 100 full time workers with above market wages and benefits; while posting a 30+% R.O.R. – this was prohibited by provincial standards; which structured that the R.O.R. shall prevail within the 12-18% ranges; which simply required CB Group to divest the principal electric energy division into sub groups.

Again, the greenhousing operations were projected as the core mission of the SVS-IHHI template.

This was a convenient illusion. While, the hydroponic greenhousing was posted as the central commercial initiative. The reality was that the greatest profit incentives would lie within the patents, copyright and procedures for the universal range of product options that would be generated over time.

Due to the traditional competitive nature of the energy industry; CB Group assessed that it was best to develop enterprises that would not compete with the established energy sectors. And, therein, the SVS-IHHI was developed as private membership formations; outside of the existing population and industry bases. The logic here was to reduce the incidence of risk; while, maximizing the befit opportunities – provide employment and habitat to non-productive territories; while, creating theme sites that would encourage environmental integrity of the fields of influence. Testing the marketplace of Ontario Hydro and SaskPower served to reinforce the CB Groups understanding of corporate thuggery : i.e., do NOT interfere with the established commercial sectors; rather, develop new venues; private enterprises that would accommodate populations that would otherwise struggle to maintain a respectable standard of living in the traditional city and urban locations.
Therefore, the integral For-Profit Humanitarian business model incorporated into the SVS-IHHI is illustrated thus :
1.      Energy production resource base : the P1-Factor : acquiring the bulk of the P1-Factor resources in Canada, Brazil and Russia. Affordability of energy for industry, commerce and domestic use requires demonstrating to the average citizen how they will directly benefit

2.      Thus, each SVS-IHHI project is structured to maximize labour employment opportunities for training and full, long term work

3.      The Host territory is required to provide a Community Standard Of Living Business Plan, based upon just society ethics and practices. Financing for projects is premised upon the continuum of semi-annual financial and societal standards of care reports – evaluated by the STT monitoring agency through prescribed regimens that the Host has accepted as legitimate criteria for their project site’s existing and future population base.

4.      The For-Profit Humanitarian criteria maintains above average employment compensation benefits; while ensuring the integrity of financial competence of each sector of the SVS-IHHI project. There is no opportunity for individuals to become wealthy from employment. However, the SVS-IHHI encourages the “genius factor”; wherein, individuals are encouraged to maintain an interest in creating better products and services; and, therein, there is support for individuals to develop extra-ordinary wealth opportunities through new evolutions of products and services : maximizing ingenuity, ethics and opportunity to serve the community by advancing its efficiencies.

5.      At the base of the SVS-IHHI economic model is one of contradicting the Malthusian economic theories of laziness versus stressed employment i.e., workers shall always be in peril of insufficient incomes in order to ensures appearing for daily work. Thus, the SVS-IHHI model proposes that the pleasure principal far outweighs the fear principal.
Two primary facts exist regarding the world; and, in particular, in the matter of Canada :
(A)   Global population will witness extreme fluctuations throughout this 21st century; causing major financial crisis and environmental challenges for the world’s governance bodies to avoid major, global armed conflicts – food production will not meet market demand; the forecast flooding of coastal regions will cause those populations to migrate to higher grounds; and, natural resources cannot meet the demands to commercial and private habitat construction (commercial grade sand is nearly depleted – causing inferior sands to be substituted; with resulting inferior)

(B)   Canada – as an under populated nation – will be tested to accommodate 10 % of the estimated 1 – 2 billion people who will be flooded out of their homes and agricultural land bases

(C)   Thus, the CB Group SVS-IHHI TRI-GEN projects – having foreseen these predicted events since the mid-1980s – structured these private membership formations as a reasonable resource to many economic and social fractures within the present Canadian panorama. i.e., (1) contribute significantly to protecting the environment through the commercial use of a known hazardous emission (CH4); (2) accommodate populations that are to be dislocated through rising tidal regions by establishing private theme cities that can adopt many of the skills possessed by immigrants; (3) establish commercial enterprises that will attract wealth centres to invest into Canadian infrastructure via the SVS-IHHI constructions consuming products and services already available within Canada – or, through its trading partners (therein, encouraging greater free trade agreements)

It is necessary to challenge the established fear mongers; who will seek to create false fears around the SVS-IHHI projects. And, there will be incidences of the primary sector parties of energy, pharmaceuticals, shelter, transportation, technologies … financing; as well as the three levels of government; who will be substantially deposed of regulatory influences of the private membership formations.

It is a reasonable test for Canada - and the world in general – to fashion an accommodation plan for the next 80 years of this century; wherein :
(A)   There will evolve, through the UN, a global determination to peacefully reconcile with the adverse impacts of extreme climate changes arising through natural and man-made causes; and,

(B)   That, in structuring plans for interplanetary travels, there will unfold an ethic for survival that will witness a greater collaboration between all Peoples for a peaceful life on Earth and in space travel. We will inhabit other spheres; and, it can be accomplished peacefully
The fact at human birth is that we are formed without wings; we are, therein, destined to occupy land or waterways for the entirety of our lifespan. Creation has provided us with a planet that can adequately provide nutrition and shelter through natural resources.

The SVS-IHHI TRI-GEN 30,000 population project embraces the philosophy of stewardship; of being in harmony with creation through thoughtful consumption and appreciation of this Earth’s natural resource base.

Economic Theories generally do not consider that the primary mission shall be to develop governance, security and commerce within these principal parameters for shelter and food provisions; i.e., to recognize the equity of right and responsibility of citizenry to aspire and seek out the just society.

The capitalist and socialist economic theories generate momentum toward accumulation of wealth into the mastery of elite groups. The governance principles of democratic regimes do not aspire toward fairness.

Therefore, the For-Profit Humanitarian economic goals of the harmony of balanced efficiency with assurance of individual security of person recognizes the fact of Earth’s limited natural resources through the lens of interplanetary exploration.

Humans are migratory by nature. And, our individual and combined logic generates progressive genius through multiple visions of knowledge seeking : we possess an innate sense of opportunity lying within the grasp of things beyond the immediate horizon. Fundamental and continuous hope lies within our breast as a continuum source of energy to meet and conquer all incidences of despair.
The SVS-IHHI TRI-GEN is principled upon the constructive collaboration between natural limitations with the fabrics of hope. Namely, the sphere of influence is limited to the physical realm of the 250 kilometre radius. Each SVS-IHHI TRI-GEN project is mandated to be sustainable through the marriage of limited natural resources with the genius of discovery. The project has the potential to discover the sciences that will ensure that the necessities of life shall be developed within that radius protocol. There are opportunities to share knowledge and resources with other SVS-IHHI TRI-GEN (SITE) projects; but, the constitution of each project prohibits any hostile occupancy of another sphere. Peace – Trust – Friendship ethics are   to each SITE.

The SVS-IHHI TRI-GEN hosts 30,000 people. Natural growth and demise affects this population. Globally, population increases per day on a ratio of 2:1. The Central SITE agency assures development of additional SITE projects in order to maintain the certified population limit, as dictated through the fundamental private membership formation constitution and charter.
The current board of directors of ICG LTD : INDIGEN COMMERCE GROUP LTD-CANADA is composed of two surviving members of the CB GROUP.

Each ICG LTD board member possesses independent intellectual properties that have been acquired throughout their 50+ years of commerce and trade.

Specifically, as related to the present focus of the SITE projects, ICG LTD stands as the MASTER TURN-KEY CONTRACTOR (MTKC) within the MASTER SERVICES AGREEMENT (MSA).
The growth obligation of ICG LTD is to provide a balanced vision; therein, incorporating both genders; and, the substantial vagaries of lifestyles.

A survey of the two ICG LTD board members shows that the following are established as positive factors for both macro and micro commerce and trade missions; including, human sciences :
(A)   Fifty individual years of professional business ventures in several countries

(B)   In-depth experience and knowledge of wealth management strictures

(C)   Registration at the United Nations Security Council – via Canadian UN Mission endorsements – since 2000 for purposes of international oil trading

(D)  Thirty-five years of international oil industry explorations and logistics

(E)   Fifty years of real estate enterprises : BUY-SELL ventures globally

(F)    Fifty years of specific, in-depth political experience : regional, provincial, federal, international

(G)  Academic backgrounds in economics and law (not practicing)

(H)  Commendations from government regarding mental health sciences contributions

(I)     Affirmative family relations : spouse backgrounder as honoured veteran

(J)  Integration of family ties : indigenous and non-indigenous Peoples : garnering mutual interest knowledge of traditional customs and traditions

(K)   Heritage backgrounders to established nation-to-nations international commercial trade agreements sustained continuously over four centuries

SUMMARY : Backgrounders as invested into the 100-Year Mission strategies of ICG LTD :
·         The SITE projects have been developed through specific project evolutions since 1982
·         Each facet of the SITE project has been successfully vetted through Canadian governance and macro international financial institutions; complying with all B.I.S. regulatory supervision. R.O.R. are current realities
·         Canada is the focus for SITE projects due to its historical democratic governance; plus, the evidence of the leading wealth volume of its P1-Factor natural resources
·         Canada is hospital to macro investments of wealth; serving as an impetus to others

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