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NationTalk is honoured to have among its Partners and Sponsors some of the most prominent Mainstream companies in the country; major financial organizations and other key-decision makers. The NationTalk Aboriginal Information Economy Network (AIEN) would not be what it is today without significant investment, support and commitments of our key partner organizations.”
The Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council (CAMSC), certifies and links Aboriginal and minority owned businesses with major corporations. CAMSC promotes and facilitates procurement opportunities between major corporations and suppliers of all sizes owned and operated by Canadian Aboriginals and Minorities. CAMSC certification is a market access tool. Over the past seven years, CAMSC certified suppliers have secured more than $710 million in contract awards with Canadian and US corporations. Opportunities range in size from call centres, to printing & packaging and from staffing to trade contractors.
CESO is one of Canada’s leading volunteer-based development organizations. Since 1967, through partnership and the dedication of our volunteers who are highly skilled and experienced in their professions, we have completed more than 46,000 assignments focused on improving the economic and social well-being of peoples across Canada and in more than 120 countries.
Economic Development Officers (EDOs) need to be thoroughly trained, highly skilled and committed to building economic capacity in order to provide professional support and technical advice to their communities and organizations. In 1990, EDOs from across Canada founded and mandated the Cando to provide a national body to focus on the training, education and networking opportunities necessary to serve their communities and/or organizations as professionals. Cando (Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers) is a federally registered, non-profit society that is Aboriginal controlled, community based, and membership driven. Cando is directed by a national regionally represented volunteer board of elected EDOs representing every region of Canada. Cando has been instrumental in facilitating partnerships with EDOs, academics, Aboriginal leaders and senior corporate and government representatives. Cando is unique because it is the only national organization that focuses on education and professional development for EDOs working in Aboriginal communities or organizations.
First Nations Health Managers Association is involved in expanding health management capacity for First Nations. The FNHMA provides leadership in First Nation health management activities by developing and promoting quality standards, practices, research, certification, networking and professional development to expand capacity for our members and First Nations.
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T.E. Wealth’s dedicated Aboriginal Services team works with First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities by providing independent and objective advice in the development of investment, communication and financial education strategies.