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New Business Report: Indigenous Entrepreneurs in Canada Optimistic But Barriers Remain
David P. Ball
A new report from a prominent aboriginal business organization is calling on governments and banks to boost their support for indigenous entrepreneurs...
CCAB Puts Its Entire Conference Online
Those who were not able to attend the National Aboriginal Entrepreneurs Conference and Tradeshow of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB), held on October 24 and 25, ...
Economy Rising: Aboriginals Celebrate Growing Business Clout
Businesses run by First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples are poised to become a major foundation of Canada’s economy, with the youngest citizens emerging as the potential saviors o...
Aboriginal Entrepreneurs Vibrant: Report
Aboriginal entrepreneurship is burgeoning, with more businesses than ever before, growing and profiting, the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) reported on April 5...
Former Prime Minister Paul Martin Honored for Aboriginal Relations
There’s a new award being given for Excellence in Aboriginal Relations, and this year the first-ever honor goes to former Prime Minister Paul Martin, known for his foundation, the ...
Business Plan Competition Ignites Entrepreneurial Spirit in Cheyenne River Youth
For the third consecutive year, a Cheyenne River youth has won the statewide Business Plan Competition at the 34th Annual Lakota Nation Invitational--an event that was once just a ...