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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

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For over 35 years, the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) has served as the bridge between corporate Canada and Aboriginal businesses, facilitating relationships, encouraging partnerships, and advancing the national dialogue.

About

The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is a national, non-partisan, member-based organization. Our member-companies comprise of both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal companies operating in Canada.

CCAB has over 900+ member companies, please visit our website to view member company profiles.

What we do

CCAB delivers programs that facilitate the growth of Aboriginal business, connect Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal business, and ensure life-long learning for Aboriginal entrepreneurs, and other Canadian business leaders. CCAB’s programs are highlighted below:

  • Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR)
  • Tools & Financing for Aboriginal Business (TFAB)
  • Aboriginal Procurement Marketplace
  • Aboriginal Procurement Champions
  • CCAB Research Program
  • Events
  • Awards

Why join us

CCAB’s membership is comprised of both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal companies operating in Canada. The size of these companies ranges between entrepreneurs with less than 20 employees to companies with more than 10, 000 employees. Our members take advantage of a plethora of benefits and opportunities. Join, and help us build relationships toward a prosperous Indigenous economy and a better future for all Canadians.

Contacts

Paul-Emile McNab

Director, Business Development & Strategic Initiatives
(416) 961-8663 x239

Ken Montour

Director, Membership
(416) 961-8663 x229

Contact Us

2 Berkeley Street, Suite 202
Toronto, Ontario M5A 4J5

(416) 961-8663

Events

2020 Forward Summit and CCAB Gala Award Dinner

April 28th, 2020
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CCAB’s Aboriginal Economic Development Conference has transitioned to the Forward Summit as we begin a new partnership that allows these prem...