KCD Consulting Incorporated

Keith Henry


Mr. Keith Henry is a Métis person that was born in Thompson, Manitoba and raised in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Mr. Henry achieved a B.Ed. from the University of Saskatchewan in 1995.
Mr. Henry began his career in 1995 with teaching positions and has become well known for his strategic administrative and negotiations skills. Since 1998 Mr. Henry has led numerous provincial, federal and industry negotiations on a variety of issues. He has been directly responsible for financial administration of a number of Aboriginal non-profits and has a proven track record of success.

Utilizing Mr. Henry’s vast networks, KCD Consulting Incorporated established an extensive network of resources to ensure that all services meet the highest standards of excellence and reinforce the corporate values. These resources include expertise and experience in human resources, communications, marketing, policy research, strategic planning, presentation and others.

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Mark Elyas

Vice President

Joining KCD Consulting Inc. in May, 2018 is Mark Elyas. For over 15 years, Mark has consulted on Business Development, Strategic Marketing and Advertising, Policy and Regulatory Compliance, and Public Relations, generating millions of dollars in new business for his clients.

As Founder and proprietor of E. Media-Direct Marketing and Advertising, he develops and implements successful strategic marketing, public relations and business development plans for a wide variety of companies, including Fountain Tire, Domino’s Pizza, and THC Biomed Inc..

As Deputy Chief Editor of First Nations Drum, Canada’s most read Indigenous publication, he developed a successful strategic plan to maintain the publication’s printed editions nationwide, while cutting wasteful spending and increasing circulation and advertising sales.

As President of the Liberal Party of Canada (LPC) in Vancouver East, he was the LPC spokesman in Greater Vancouver on the Party’s Cannabis Legalisation Policy.

As a policy and regulatory compliance consultant, he has helped clients navigate through the complex process of becoming a Health Canada approved Licensed Producer of medical cannabis products. Mark is currently helping clients open compliant Provincially Licensed Non-Medical Cannabis Retail Stores in British Columbia. With his varied expertise, we are so glad to have added Mark on our team!  

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“to assist Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal organizations and clients meet their full potential in the areas of human resources, project development, marketing, and strategic planning.”