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The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) is a national advocacy organization representing First Nation citizens in Canada, which includes more than 900,000 people living in 634 First Nation communities and in cities and towns across the country. First Nation leaders (Chiefs) from coast to coast to coast direct the work of AFN through resolutions passed at Chiefs Assemblies held at least twice a year.
CCAB builds bridges between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples, businesses, and communities through diverse programming, providing tools, training, network building, major business awards, and national events.
The Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement is a not-for-profit organization funded by the Government of Canada, dedicated to accelerating healthcare improvement. CFHI plays a unique, pan-Canadian role in spreading healthcare innovations.
CESO is one of Canada’s leading volunteer-based development organizations. Since 1967, through partnership and the dedication of our volunteers who are highly skilled and experienced in their professions, we have completed more than 46,000 assignments focused on improving the economic and social well-being of peoples across Canada and in more than 120 countries.
Economic Development Officers (EDOs) need to be thoroughly trained, highly skilled and committed to building economic capacity in order to provide professional support and technical advice to their communities and organizations. In 1990, EDOs from across Canada founded and mandated the Cando to provide a national body to focus on the training, education and networking opportunities necessary to serve their communities and/or organizations as professionals. Cando (Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers) is a federally registered, non-profit society that is Aboriginal controlled, community based, and membership driven. Cando is directed by a national regionally represented volunteer board of elected EDOs representing every region of Canada. Cando has been instrumental in facilitating partnerships with EDOs, academics, Aboriginal leaders and senior corporate and government representatives. Cando is unique because it is the only national organization that focuses on education and professional development for EDOs working in Aboriginal communities or organizations.
Deloitte’s Aboriginal Client Services group provides professional expert advice to First Nations in building financially successful communities. We provide creative solutions that assist First Nations to deliver more effective programs and achieve greater returns from their resources. Deloitte has the tools and experts to strengthen and enhance governance structures and business opportunities. We will work with you to implement a comprehensive approach that best matches your community’s needs. To learn more about Deloitte’s Aboriginal Client Services group.
We’re a federal Crown corporation and Canada’s leading agriculture lender. With 100 offices across the country (and our headquarters in Regina), we’ve built a culture of teamwork, leadership, and respect. At FCC, diverse people pull together to achieve goals that are challenging and rewarding. You can learn and grow in an environment of acceptance and accountability. We’re one of Canada’s 50 Best Employers. We want our employees to succeed, and our culture helps them do it.
First Nations Health Managers Association is involved in expanding health management capacity for First Nations. The FNHMA provides leadership in First Nation health management activities by developing and promoting quality standards, practices, research, certification, networking and professional development to expand capacity for our members and First Nations.
The First Nations Information Governance Centre serves as the permanent home of the First Nations Regional Longitudinal Health Survey (RHS). It will build upon that successful process to provide an abundance of information, research, training, data collection, analysis and dissemination services to First Nations at the community, regional and national levels. In addition, the Centre will not only be centrally located in Ottawa, it will also support the development of regional centre’s that will serve the strategic First Nations information and research needs as determined by each of the participating regions.
Today’s businesses need better talent management systems to survive and thrive. Legacy Bowes Group is proud to have put together a team of experts in various disciplines who individually and collectively are able to help you develop creative solutions to complex people challenges. Local expertise, global reach and a comprehensive, full range of recruitment, career services and HR & organizational development services are some of the reasons Legacy Bowes Group has gained a first-class reputation among employers ranging from small owner-operated enterprises to major corporations, in Winnipeg and throughout Manitoba.
The National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association (NACCA) represents a network of over 50 Aboriginal Financial Institutions (AFIs) located all across Canada. Our AFIs provide financing and support to First Nation, Métis and Inuit entrepreneurs.
The North American Indigenous Games is the largest continental sporting and cultural gathering of Indigenous people, welcoming more than 5,000 athletes, 2,000 volunteers and a number of spectators and dignitaries from across North America. From July 16 – 23, 2017, the City of Toronto will be the proud Host City to the 2017 North American Indigenous Games.
SNC - Lavalin Inc a Montréal-based company, is the largest engineering and construction company in Canada. SNC-Lavalin provides EPC and EPCM services to clients in a variety of industry sectors, including mining & metallurgy, oil & gas, environment & water, infrastructure and clean power in over 40 countries.
We provide professional consulting services in the fields of government relations; rights holder engagement and stakeholder relations; First Nation, Metis, and Inuit relationship building; community engagement and consultation; training and strategic planning; and business development. We are affiliated with well-respected service providers delivering essential business and community components that allow us to deliver dynamic and customized solutions to our clients so they may achieve their economic, political, social, and cultural goals. Our strategies and solutions support our clients’ development and legacies and allow for planning and preservation for future leaders.
TD Canada Trust products and services include investing, insurance, banking and small business. Featuring TD Canada Trust EasyWeb online banking.
T.E. Wealth’s dedicated Aboriginal Services team works with First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities by providing independent and objective advice in the development of investment, communication and financial education strategies.
The Thunderbird Partnership Foundation is committed to working with First Nations and Inuit to further the capacity of communities to address substance use and addiction. We promote a holistic approach to healing and wellness that values culture, respect, community, and compassion. Our top priority is developing a continuum of care that would be available to all Indigenous people in Canada.
Over the past 30 years, WIPCE has grown to become a major international event in the Indigenous education movement, hosted triennially. WIPCE 2014 was hosted by the Native Hawaiian Education Association in Hawai'i and welcomed over 4000 delegates from around the globe! WIPCE draws Indigenous representatives from across the globe to share successes and strategies for culturally grounded Indigenous education. The conference attracts highly regarded Indigenous education experts, practitioners, and scholars. As a result, WIPCE is the largest and most diverse Indigenous education venue in the world. The conference continues to lead the discussion on contemporary movements in education that support Indigenous worldviews.