Mission & Vision

Our world is very dependent on data.


Eagle Flight Network endeavors to become a source of revenue flowing into your community by creating a digital ecosystem.


Improve health, education, finance, government, agriculture, aviation, autonomous automobile -- all forming a cyber secure and trusted system built on Indigenous land by First Nations people and for First Nation communities.

Our vision is to build a Telecom Infrastructure, a data pipeline across Canada together with all Indigenous Nations using Sovereign land.

Eagle Flight Network is working with various  Telecom and SatCom companies to establish our own niche market. An economically-viable industry to be owned by and for Indigenous People, to service Canada. 

Sovereign Indigenous lands are the best terrestrial cornerstone for building a strong and scalable Telecommunication Infrastructure, a network of Canadian Gateways.

The EFN Management Team

 Eagle Flight Network, Inc. is ready to tackle any project, overcome any obstacles to benefit and enhance the lives of the Indigenous communities in Canada by building and developing a Telecom Infrastructure on Sovereign and Urban Reserves land.

Through networking and developing partnerships in the Satellite and Telecom industry we are able to build maintain and own the infrastructure necessary for ground stations throughout Canada. We have in our midst an opportunity to bring Low Earth Orbiting (LEO) technology to communities who have previously not been served with internet connections or at the very minimal had  low internet connections.


Scott Brass

Scott Brass
Founder & CEO

Scott is a true entrepreneur from The Key (Anishinabek) First Nation, Saskatchewan. Growing up on a farm, he has the skills of building, growing, fixing, sustaining and improving the status quo. Having participated in Canada's excruciating Iron Man™ Marathon four times, Scott demonstrates extreme fortitude and tenacity. He has the essential qualities necessary to envision where the market is going and capitalize on future trends. A born leader, he has built lasting relationships and earned the respect of leaders in diverse communities across the country. Scott successfully built three companies from the ground up and remains a pillar in his community. Being at a stage of life now that provides him opportunity to give back to the First Nation people through his vision, networking skills and hard work on community development projects, Scott endeavors to 'Bridge the Digital Divide' throughout Turtle Island and Canada. 


Annie Brass
Director of Marketing and Public Relations

Hailing from Kawacatoose First Nation in Saskatchewan, Annie joins us with over 30 years experience in public relations and community development. Having worked with First Nations communities throughout Canada as a front line worker Annie recognizes the need for indigenous growth and expansion. In 2019 Annie was the recipient of the Governor Generals intangible cultural heritage award for her participation in the Kronau museum history minutes, a video diary documenting first nations oral history of powwow. Ms. Brass is a firm believer in First Nation self determination and financial independence.

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Andrew Goller
Director of Projects and Infrastructure

With over 20 year experience Andrew leads our field operations. Accredited and certified in construction safety he also manages code compliance, inspections and permitting. Andrew is engaged from conception to completion providing the real world experience necessary for effective planning and delivering. He plays a critical role in managing outcomes ensuring all stakeholders meet project milestones on time and on budget. He understands the significance of building a better future for First  Nations. Andrew has worked with Scott Brass for the last 10 years.

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