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Register Now! CCAB Hot Topic Series – Aboriginal Power & Renewable Energy
2017 Winnipeg Hot Topic Series
Event Date: March 23, 2017 05:30 PM
Note: Prices shown includes taxes
*Available only to CCAB Aboriginal Business Members – defined as Aboriginal Business owned and operated by 51% or more Aboriginal person(s). If you are unsure whether your company is registered as a member or not, please visit the CCAB Membership Directory for more information.
**Must provide copy of valid student ID
Topic: Aboriginal Power & Renewable Energy
Green energy has always existed in the Aboriginal world where respect for the land is respect for the creator. In the 21st century many communities have embraced wind, solar and battery energy storage as a path to sustainable economies that mother earth powers. These are decisions made by the communities and their leadership. Join us as our panelists discuss how green and renewable energy is either working or not working for their community. It’s about discussing and exploring potentials and the choices made along the way.
Event Agenda – March 23, 2017
5:30pm – Registration and Cocktail Reception
6:30pm – Introduction and Panel Discussion, Provencher Ballroom
7:45pm – Networking Reception
9:00pm – Event to conclude
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JOIN US in our missiong to foster sustainable business relations between First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people and Canadian business.
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