First Nations Financial Management Board
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First Nations Financial Management Board

Leveling the Playing Field   By Anna Guy The fact is, access to capital is critical to building communities, but historically, First Nations governments have not had access…

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Selkirk Development Corporation
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Selkirk Development Corporation

OPEN FOR BUSINESS   By Anna Guy Located in the traditional territory of the Northern Tutchone, the Selkirk First Nation is located at the village of Pelly Crossing…

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Ishkonigan Fontaine Strategic Solutions
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Ishkonigan Fontaine Strategic Solutions

Capacity Development. Relationship Building. Reconciliation.   By Anna Guy “There is a clear recognition out of the corporate business community that the old way of doing business with…

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Tuccaro Group
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Tuccaro Group

Leading Alberta’s oil sands industry By Rajitha Sivakumaran For many companies in Fort McMurray, it is hard not to talk about the wildfire that happened in May. Dave…

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Windigo Catering LP
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Windigo Catering LP

Comforts of home and camp It’s hard to imagine anything more satisfying than a gourmet meal at the end of a 12-hour work day in a Northern Ontario…

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The Corgan Group
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The Corgan Group

For McMurray’s safety-conscious contractors By Rajitha Sivakumaran When the Fort McMurray wildfire broke out in May 2016, the entire population had to close up shop and leave. The…

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Penticton Indian Band Development Coporation
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Penticton Indian Band Development Coporation

As the saying goes: build it, and they will come. The story takes place 480 kilometers east of Vancouver, B.C., in south Okanagan. Known for its vineyards and…

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Gitxsan Development Corporation
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Gitxsan Development Corporation

Supporting B.C.’s Resource Industry It started as a potential bio-mass electricity contract. It ended as an economic engine that has grossed $20-million and counting, and filled much needed…

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Animikii
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Animikii

Empowerment Through Technology By Rajitha Sivakumaran The word Animikii (pronounced ah-nih-mih-key) means thunderbird in Ojibwe. The thunderbird is a very powerful and respected being in many Indigenous cultures,…

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T’Sou-ke First Nation
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T’Sou-ke First Nation

Taking the Greener Path To Sustainability By Cheryl Long “We should all use the gifts that the Creator has given us to help us give up our addiction…

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