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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business announces 2022 Indigenous Women in Leadership award recipient

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business announces 2022 Indigenous Women in Leadership award recipient

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business announces 2022 Indigenous Women in Leadership award recipient Indigenous entrepreneur, Shelly Mandeville, is recognized for her leadership from the Northwest Territories to Alberta and beyond.…

Okanagan Indigenous Business Leader Chosen as 2022 Lifetime Achievement Recipient

Okanagan Indigenous Business Leader Chosen as 2022 Lifetime Achievement Recipient

Okanagan Indigenous Business Leader Chosen as 2022 Lifetime Achievement Recipient (KELOWNA, BC): Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is pleased to announce business leader, Robert Louie, as the 2022 recipient…

Mohawk Turtle Clan Twins are Young Aboriginal Entrepreneur Recipients

Mohawk Turtle Clan Twins are Young Aboriginal Entrepreneur Recipients JANUARY 14, 2022 (Toronto, ON): Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is excited to announce, twin sisters Dakota and Jesse Brant…

CCAB Releases Results of a Targeted Analysis of Phase II of COVID-19 Indigenous Business Survey

CCAB Releases Results of a Targeted Analysis of Phase II of COVID-19 Indigenous Business Survey

CCAB Releases Results of a Targeted Analysis of Phase II of COVID-19 Indigenous Business Survey TORONTO, ON – NOVEMBER 9, 2021 – In further effort to ensure an inclusive post-pandemic…

CCAB announces lineup of prominent Indigenous women for June IWIL event

CCAB announces lineup of prominent Indigenous women for June IWIL event

CCAB announces lineup of prominent Indigenous women for June IWIL event Toronto, ON– Today, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) announces the 2021 Indigenous Women in Leadership (IWIL) event, featuring…

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business receives $500,000 investment from Facebook Canada to support Indigenous-owned businesses

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business receives $500,000 investment from Facebook Canada to support Indigenous-owned businesses

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business receives $500,000 investment from Facebook Canada to support Indigenous-owned businesses Toronto, ON – December 1, 2020 – Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) announced today…

JP Gladu appointed CEO of Bouchier, Alberta’s largest Indigenous-owned, integrated site-service company

JP Gladu appointed CEO of Bouchier, Alberta’s largest Indigenous-owned, integrated site-service company

JP Gladu appointed CEO of Bouchier, Alberta’s largest Indigenous-owned, integrated site-service company Toronto, ON – December 5, 2019 – Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) announced today that its president…

Indigenous Businesses and Communities Tackle Tech Deficit

Indigenous Businesses and Communities Tackle Tech Deficit

Indigenous Businesses and Communities Tackle Tech Deficit Toronto – February 28, 2019 – A holistic approach to bringing emerging digital technologies to Indigenous businesses and communities is urgently required to…

CCAB calls for nominations for the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award

CCAB calls for nominations for the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award

CCAB calls for nominations for the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is calling for nominations for the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award. The Lifetime Achievement…

CCAB presents the 18th annual Toronto Gala celebrating 2016’s Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame award winners

CCAB presents the 18th annual Toronto Gala celebrating 2016’s Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame award winners

CCAB presents the 18th annual Toronto Gala celebrating 2016’s Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame award winners The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) will be hosting the 18th Annual Toronto…

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