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Canadian Council For Aboriginal Business Now Accepting Applications To Join The Aboriginal Business Mentorship Program

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Toronto, February 1, 2010 — The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is currently accepting applications for both protégés and mentors to participate in the Aboriginal Business Mentorship Program, and would like to invite you and your company to join in this exciting venture.The Aboriginal Business Mentorship Program opens a door […]

by NationTalk on January 29, 20101560 Views

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First Nations School of Toronto Toy Drive

  First Nations School of Toronto, located at 935 Dundas Street East, was originally called the Wandering Spirit Survival School and was designated as an alternative school in 1977. The school has since been recognized by the Toronto Board of Education as a Cultural Survival School, and was renamed First Nations School of Toronto. Today […]

by NationTalk on December 1, 20091806 Views

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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business Announces Aboriginal Business Mentorship Program

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Toronto, ON – (November 5, 2009) The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) will be announcing the creation of the Aboriginal Business Mentorship Program, at their Calgary Gala Dinner on Thursday November 19, 2009 at the Westin Calgary. The Aboriginal Business Mentorship Program will enable CCAB, its member companies, and Corporate […]

by NationTalk on November 5, 20091503 Views

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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business receives support from the Métis Nation of Ontario for its Progressive Aboriginal Relations Certification Program

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/October 15, 2009   Toronto, October 15, 2009 — The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is proud to announce support from the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) of the Progressive Aboriginal Relations Certification Program (PAR). “Companies and potential partners who have taken steps to certify in the Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) […]

by NationTalk on October 14, 20091258 Views

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MEDIA ADVISORY: Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business Hosts a Business Luncheon for Saskatchewan business community

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Toronto (October 13, 2009) – Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business Hosts a Business Luncheon for Saskatchewan business community. Don Drummond, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, TD Bank Financial Group will be the keynote speaker.WHO: Don Drummond, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist of TD Bank Financial Group, will provide his […]

by NationTalk on October 13, 20091345 Views

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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business receives support from the Chiefs of Ontario for its Progressive Aboriginal Relations Certification Program

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Toronto, October 08, 2009 — The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is proud to announce support by Ontario Regional Chief Angus Toulouse of its Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) certification program. “I support the PAR program as a process that encourages companies to implement positive change, through employment, business development, capacity […]

by NationTalk on October 7, 20091424 Views

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The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business and the Industry Council for Aboriginal Business sign a Memorandum of Understanding

  Vancouver, September 23, 2009 —The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) and the Industry Council for Aboriginal Business (ICAB) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) outlining opportunities for collaboration.“The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business is proud to sign this MOU,” says CCAB Co-Chair Paul Summers. “By exploring ways to work together, we hope […]

by NationTalk on September 24, 20091475 Views

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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business CEO Names New Director of Program Development

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/September 9, 2009   Toronto, September 9, 2009 – Kathleen Padulo joined the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) in the newly created position, Director of Program Development. In welcoming Mrs. Padulo to the position, CEO Clint Davis said: “Kathleen brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to this new position at […]

by NationTalk on September 9, 20091754 Views

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Toronto Board of Trade and the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business announce partnership

  Toronto, August 4, 2009 —The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) and the Toronto Board of Trade today announced a partnership that will bring aboriginal businesspeople into the fold of Canada’s largest local chamber of commerce. As part of the partnership, Aboriginal Business and Aboriginal Business Plus Members of the CCAB will gain access […]

by NationTalk on August 4, 20091504 Views

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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business and NationTalk Create Partnership to Offer – Unlimited Tender Access for CCAB Members

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/May 6, 2009 Toronto, May 6, 2009 – The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) and NationTalk have partnered together to offer free tender listings for CCAB members through NationTalk’s web site (www.nationtalk.ca). All CCAB members will now have unlimited access to list and post tenders throughout the NationTalk network. Until this […]

by NationTalk on May 5, 20091317 Views

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Clint Davis Appointed to the Labrador Inuit Capital Strategy Trust

  Toronto, April 6, 2009 – Clint Davis, President, and CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) was recently appointed as a trustee to the Labrador Inuit Capital Strategy Trust.Formed in 2006, the Labrador Inuit Capital Strategy Trust provides financial, management, economic and other assistance for the pursuit of economic and socio-economic strategies […]

by NationTalk on April 6, 20092194 Views

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CCAB remembers the contribution of the Hon. Douglas Frith

  Toronto, March 24, 2009 — The Hon. Douglas Frith, member of the Board of Governors for the CCAB, passed away on Saturday, March 20th in Ottawa.Mr. Frith served as the Member of Parliament for Sudbury in 1980 and held this position until 1988. In 1984, he was appointed Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern […]

by NationTalk on March 24, 20091348 Views

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New Research: How Canadian Businesses Begin and Build Positive Community Relations with Aboriginal Communities 38 Businesses Report Progress: Common Themes for Success Emerge

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/ February 18, 2009 CCAB Media contact: Claire M. Tallarico 416 690 0316 New research: how Canadian businesses begin and build positive community relations with Aboriginal communities Businesses report progress: common themes for success emerge Toronto, February 18, 2009 – The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business released its first research report today […]

by NationTalk on February 18, 20091431 Views

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Alberta’s Chief Jim Boucher & Chief Judith Sayers of BC Newest Inductees to the Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/February 16, 2009 CCAB: Claire M. Tallarico 416 690 0316 Chief Judith Sayers (250) 720 9328 Chief Jim Boucher: 780-828-2439/Jeff Winsor Toronto, ON – February 16, 2009 – The CCAB Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame Award (ABHF) will be awarded this year to Alberta’s Chief Jim Boucher and Chief Judith Sayers of […]

by NationTalk on February 17, 20092670 Views

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Media Advisory – 500 Business and Aboriginal Business and Community Leaders Gathering in Toronto

  <>TORONTO, Feb. 16 – The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) will mark its 25th Anniversary on February 18th in Toronto. Daytime and Evening Events – starting at noon – will bring together nearly 500 Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal business and community leaders to meet, debate and celebrate about the reality, challenges, and benefits of […]

by NationTalk on February 17, 20091207 Views

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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business Announces New Membership Rates

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Toronto, February 12, 2009 –As the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) celebrates its 25th Anniversary, the organization has adopted a new membership and pricing structure in order to broaden its base, effective January 1, 2009.By changing its membership fee structure, CCAB hopes to encourage more businesses – regardless of size […]

by NationTalk on February 11, 20091617 Views

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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business Welcomes Seven New Members – Joining CCAB are Pitney Bowes Canada, Casino Rama and Five Independent Aboriginal Firms

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Toronto, February 12, 2009 — Casino Rama, Pitney Bowes, Adirondack Office Supplies, CH Designs, Temp Air Control, Qikiqtaaluk Environmental Inc. (QE) and JTM Law are the newest members of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB). “We are very pleased to welcome our newest members. These seven companies — both mainstream […]

by NationTalk on February 11, 20091503 Views

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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business to celebrate 25th Anniversary

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/MEDIA ADVISORY: February 9, 2009 CCAB MEDIA CONTACT: Claire M. Tallarico, 416 690 0316   Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business to celebrate 25th Anniversary One Day – Two Special Events: Wednesday February 18, 2009 in Toronto New Findings on Progressive Aboriginal Relations to be released Toronto—The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) […]

by NationTalk on February 6, 20091549 Views

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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business honours growing corporate commitment to Aboriginal communities Alberta Pacific Forest Industries, BC Hydro, Canada Post, IBM, and Syncrude win big

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/ February 4, 2009 CCAB Media contact: Claire M. Tallarico 416 690 0316   Toronto, February 4, 2009 — Five forward thinking companies — Alberta Pacific Forest Industries, BC Hydro, Canada Post, IBM and Syncrude — are being awarded Canada’s only recognition of performance and success in building positive relations with Aboriginal […]

by NationTalk on February 4, 20091958 Views

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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business to celebrate 25th Anniversary

  MEDIA ADVISORY: January 14, 2009 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Attention: Business, Native affairs, CSR, HR, and calendar editors Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business to celebrate 25th Anniversary One Day – Two Special Events: Wednesday February 18, 2009 in Toronto Corporate Social Responsibility and Aboriginal Relations Forum/Gala DinnerAFTERNOON PROGRAM DETAILS Corporate Social Responsibility and Aboriginal Relations […]

by NationTalk on January 14, 20091492 Views

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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business to celebrate 1st Nations Business Partnerships

  MEDIA ADVISORY Tuesday November 25 in Calgary Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business to celebrate 1st Nations Business Partnerships David Collyer, President of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers to speak on Collaboration and Consultation WHO:Keynote speaker David Collyer, President of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, Chief Jim Boucher, Chairman of the Board of […]

by NationTalk on November 20, 20081351 Views

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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business to celebrate 1st Nations Joint Ventures – Milton K Wong to speak on the Power of Collaboration: Taking Aboriginal Businesses to the Next Level

MEDIA ADVISORY: attention news/assignment, native affairs, and business editors Tuesday September 30, 2008 in Vancouver WHO: Keynote speaker Milton K. Wong, Chairman of HSBC Asset Management Canada, Clarence Louie, Chief of the Osoyoos Indian Band, and Jay Wright, President and CEO of Vincor Canada, CCAB President and CEO Clint Davis, along with more than 100 […]

by NationTalk on September 25, 20081608 Views

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Davis Names New VP for Business Development and Director of Research

Two Strong Staff Appointments for Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business Toronto, September 18, 2008–Marlene Finn and Hayden F. King join the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) in newly created senior staff positions. Finn is the newly appointed Vice President for Business Development and King will be the Council’s first Research Director.In welcoming Finn and […]

by NationTalk on September 18, 20081637 Views

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Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame Deadline September 19th – A Celebration of the Best in Aboriginal Business Leadership

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Toronto, Monday, September 9, 2008—Friday September 19th is the final deadline for 2009 nominations to the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) Hall of Fame. The Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame Award celebrates the accomplishments of individual Aboriginal business leaders and their contributions to sustainable economic development in Aboriginal communities across Canada. […]

by NationTalk on September 8, 20081567 Views

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NationTalk Interview at the CCAB 5th Annual Toronto Golf Tournament

  NationTalk attends the 5th Annual CCAB Toronto Golf Tournament – Interviews include Aboriginal NHL Alumni Gino Odjick and John Chabot who is the NY Islanders Assistant Coach. Gino has been mentoring First Nations youth and working with the Musqueam First Nation to create the Musqueam Golf and Learning. John Chabot helped form an NHL […]

by NationTalk on June 3, 20081235 Views

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Nellie Cournoyea and Ron Jamieson Honoured for Lifetime Achievements

  NEWS RELEASE For immediate release Named to CCAB Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame Toronto, ON – February 14, 2008 — The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) announced today that Nellie Cournoyea of Inuvik, Northwest Territories and Ron Jamieson of Oshweken, Ontario are being honoured for their lifetime contribution to Aboriginal business in Canada […]

by NationTalk on February 14, 20083463 Views

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CCAB Announces More Achievements in the Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) Program

  NEWS RELEASE For immediate release Four Companies to Be Recognized for Accomplishments Toronto, February 14, 2008 — The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) will honour four corporations as leaders in working with the fast-growing Aboriginal sector of the Canadian economy. The ceremony will be part of the Tenth Annual Circle for 2015 National […]

by NationTalk on February 14, 20082555 Views

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Tim Hortons Newest CCAB Seven Generations Patron

  TORONTO, ON – February 6, 2008 – The TDL Group Corporation – franchisors of the Tim Hortons restaurant chain – is the newest major corporate supporter of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. The announcement was made today by Paul House, TDL Chairman, CEO and President, and Clint Davis, CCAB President and CEO.“We are […]

by NationTalk on February 5, 20084152 Views

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Soulodre to Step Down as President of CCAB

  For Immediate Release (Toronto, September 6, 2007) – Jocelyne Soulodre, President and CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB), announced today that she will be stepping down effective October 1. “I have loved every minute of my 11 years at CCAB and put my heart and soul into the organization and its […]

by NationTalk on September 6, 20072965 Views

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Nominations for 2008 Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame Now Open

  (Toronto, ON) June 20, 2007 – The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business is proud to announce that they are ready to receive nominations for the next group of laureates to be named to the Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame.“CCAB’s Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame pays tribute to outstanding business leaders of the past and […]

by NationTalk on June 20, 20071471 Views

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Glen Abbey gets ready to host the 4th Annual CCAB Ontario Golf Tournament

  (Toronto, ON) May 10, 2007 – Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, long-time home of the Canadian Open and headquarters of the Royal Canadian Golf Association, will once again host the annual Ontario golf tournament of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) on Monday, May 28, 2007.“We are expecting a great turn-out this […]

by NationTalk on May 14, 20071545 Views

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Three Aboriginal Leaders Named to CCAB Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame – Chief Victor Buffalo, Harry Cook and Garfield Flowers Honoured for Lifetime Achievements

Toronto, February 12, 2007 — The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) today announced that Chief Victor Buffalo of Hobbema, AB, Mr. Harry Cook of Lac La Ronge, SK and Mr. Garfield Flowers of Hopedale, NL are being honoured for their lifetime contribution to Aboriginal business in Canada as the third group of laureates to […]

by NationTalk on February 13, 20073699 Views

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CCAB Announces More Achievements in the Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) Program – Six Companies to Be Recognized for Accomplishments

Toronto, February 12, 2007 — The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) will honour six corporations as leaders in working with the fast-growing Aboriginal sector of the Canadian economy. The ceremony will be part of the Ninth Annual CCAB Circle for 2015 Gala Dinner in Toronto on Tuesday, February 13. The dinner is being co-chaired […]

by NationTalk on February 13, 20071940 Views

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Three Aboriginal Leaders Named to CCAB Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame

  Victor Buffalo, Harry Cook and Garfield Flowers Honoured for Lifetime Achievements Toronto, January 22, 2007 — The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) today announced that Chief Victor Buffalo of Hobbema, AB, Mr. Harry Cook of Lac La Ronge, SK and Mr. Garfield Flowers of Hopedale, NL are being honoured for their lifetime contribution […]

by NationTalk on January 23, 20072656 Views

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