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How can Industry better identify opportunities to engage with a willing, yet underutilized Indigenous workforce?
- Attracting and retaining Indigenous workers.
- Building successful economic partnerships between Indigenous communities and non-Indigenous companies.
- Creating equal opportunity to employment and training.
- Indigepreneurship, financing, and planning.
- Market access.
- Establishing joint ventures.
- Aboriginal Awareness Training.
Recommendation #92 of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s “Calls to Action”:
and grandchildren can live together in dignity, peace, and prosperity on these lands we now share.”
This ground-breaking, Indigenous-led event takes place in a welcoming environment where momentous roundtable discussions, workshops, and an exchange of knowledge can occur.
Experienced, knowledgeable, and dynamic speakers will lead crucial discussions such as how to attract and retain Indigenous workers and build successful economic partnerships between Indigenous communities and non-Indigenous companies. Read More
Forward Summit is pleased to share the news of Chief Martial’s participation in Forward Summit as a Leadership Council Member. A powerful voice with a
In our continued efforts to enhance and promote Economic Reconciliation, the Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is excited to be part of Forward Summit.