Aboriginal and Minority Owned Suppliers Drive Their Businesses into High Gear

Toronto, April 13, 2016 – Approximately 300 attendees hit the ground running today at CAMSC’s 12th Diversity Procurement Fair. With… Read more »

CAMSC’s 12th Annual Diversity Procurement Fair celebrates momentum and growth as corporations spend over $2 billion on diverse vendors since 2004.

CPA Canada, AFOA Canada Partner To Establish Strong Aboriginal Financial Leaders

The Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) and AFOA Canada (formerly Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada) announced on… Read more »

Tashia Batstone (Vice-President of Education Services at CPA Canada) and Terry Goodtrack (AFOA Canada President CEO)

Power to the (First) People

by Ian Scholten The current oil bust aside, there is a substantial shift occurring in Canada’s energy production. A range… Read more »

The Portage Dam, beside which the Okikendawt Dam was built in partnership with the Dokis First Nation.

Manitobah Mukluks: Preserving Métis Cultural Expression In Unique Footwear

Growing up in the cold Manitoba winter, Sean McCormick proudly wore his mukluks wherever he walked. A deep appreciation for… Read more »

An array of mukluk creations—the final project for the 2015 graduating students. 

BC Logging Company Wins Aboriginal Business Award

LTN Contracting Ltd., the largest harvesting contractor in the Prince George area of British Columbia, recently received the Aboriginal Business… Read more »

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Knotty Pine Cabins: The Affordable Housing Alternative

The housing problem among First Nations and Metis communities has been a sore point for years. Some First Nations Bands,… Read more »

Knotty Pine Cabin exterior.

AFOA BC Hosts Human Resources Conference September 23-25 in Richmond, BC

by Krysta Elliot It’s that time of year again for AFOA BC’s Fall Conference! This year’s theme is Human Resources,… Read more »

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Annemarie Henry Has Seen Changes In Toronto Police

For 26 years, Annemarie Henry has been with the Toronto Police. She is a Civilian Senior Officer—a polite term for… Read more »

Constable James Wong, Employment Manager Annmarie Henry, Sergeant Chris Gordon, and Constable Joe Lee at a Toronto Police Service recruitment display.

Mining Uranium: Saskatchewan Cameco Sets the Standard

The Athabasca Basin hosts the world’s richest high grade uranium deposits. Saskatchewan produces 30% of the world’s uranium, and one… Read more »

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ALM Mining Conferences in Canada

The Aboriginal Community this past year has been a landmark one for legal and other developments in land and natural… Read more »

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