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by ahnationtalk on January 22, 202032 Views
January 21, 2020
A new initiative from the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce (SCC) aims to bring Indigenous people in the province to the same economic level as the broader population.
The SCC launched its Indigenous Engagement Charter at the First Nations University in Regina Tuesday.
“We are the youngest, fastest-growing population in Canada, and in Saskatchewan, so the business community has to get ready,” said Nick Crighton, the SCC director of Indigenous engagement.
Crighton said 25 businesses have already signed on to the charter, which was developed by a task force that started in January 2019 specifically for Saskatchewan employers.
Read More: https://globalnews.ca/news/6442446/sask-chamber-of-commerce-new-charter-to-enhance-indigenous-engagement/
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