Qikiqtaaluk Corporation & Group of Companies

Born and raised in Grise Fiord, Nunavut, Harry Flaherty’s early years in Canada’s most northern civilian community helped develop a strong understanding of the importance of family, community and self-reliance. A citizen of Iqaluit since 1975, Flaherty first foray into public service started with the Government of the Northwest Territories in 1979, [...]

2022-06-07T02:51:25+00:00

Ne-Daa-Kii-Me-Naan Inc.

A MODERN APPROACH TO SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT Ne-Daa-Kii-Me-Naan Inc, or Nedaak, the Forest Manager for one of the largest Sustainable Forest License Managers (SFL) of Ontario, is pioneering a modern approach to sustainable forest management in the province. Established in 2012 by the Chief and Councils of Ginoogaming First Nation, Long Lake [...]

2022-02-17T23:51:17+00:00

Makivik Corporation

REPRESENTING THE INUIT OF NUNAVIK SINCE 1978 Makivik Corporation—created to be the voice of the Inuit of Nunavik and uphold the constitutionally protected rights of all Nunavimmiut—is the political, cultural and economical leader in Nunavik, where, between the dualistic nations of Canada and Quebec, Inuit have established their own distinct place and [...]

2022-02-17T23:58:05+00:00

Simpcw Resources Group

The Simpcw First Nation (SFN) is a member of the Secwepemc Nation based in the southern interior region of British Columbia. SFN currently consists of 700 members, approximately one-third of whom live on-reserve in Chu Chua, BC. The traditional territory of the Simpcw includes the vast majority of the North Thompson Valley [...]

2021-12-14T19:34:31+00:00

Soogadin Services LP

Fort McKay First Nation lies on the shores of the Athabasca River, 60 kilometers north of Fort McMurray. A proud signatory to Treaty 8, Fort McKay First Nation is comprised of approximately 900 Dene and Cree people who reside both in the community and across Canada. Soogadin was created in 2019 by [...]

2021-12-14T19:34:44+00:00

Neyaskweyahk Group of Companies (NGCI)

With an historical relationship that extends over centuries to the area of land that now comprises the Ermineskin Reserve, the Ermineskin Cree Nation (Reserve #138) is one member of the Four Nations of Maskwacis, Alberta, located about fifty miles south of Edmonton. Established in 1885 and located over approximately 25,000 acres, this [...]

2021-06-28T23:23:12+00:00

Tłı̨chǫ Investment Corporation

Spanning over 39,000 kilometers of land located between Great Slave Lake and Great Bear Lake in the Northwest Territories is the Tłı̨chǫ First Nation. The territory includes the communities of Behchokǫ̀, Gamèti, Wekweètì and Whatì. The Tłı̨chǫ Government came into effect August 4, 2005, at which time the Band Councils of Behchokö, Gamètì, Wekweetì and [...]

2021-06-28T23:19:21+00:00

Interview with Chief Terrance Paul

Recipient of the Order of Canada and Lifetime Achievement Award from the CCAB First elected Chief in 1984, Chief Paul is a proud member of the Membertou First Nation in Unama’ki, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. He is a respected and proven leader who has guided Membertou to becoming one the country’s most progressive [...]

2020-03-17T22:58:24+00:00

The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business Awards

The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business Awards The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB), the national, non-partisan association that fosters economic opportunities for Indigenous peoples and businesses across Canada, has announced the recipients of the 2020 awards for Lifetime Achievement and Young Aboriginal Entrepreneur. Chief Terrance Paul of Membertou First Nation in Nova Scotia [...]

2020-03-17T22:53:58+00:00

The Grand Council of the Crees (Eeyou Istchee)

A Grand Alliance The Cree Nation will collaborate with the Québec Government to carry out an ambitious infrastructure plan in the Eeyou Istchee James Bay Territory It’s been described as nothing short of historic. On February 17, Québec Premier François Legault and Grand Chief of the Grand Council of the Crees (Eeyou [...]

2020-03-18T00:28:38+00:00
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