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  • Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) Aboriginal Banking
    The Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) Aboriginal Banking is dedicated to supporting the establishment and expansion of Aboriginal-owned businesses through financing and tailored advisory services. They are looking to provide financing solutions (long-term financing, venture capital, subordinate financing) and advisory services to First Nation, Metis and Inuit entrepreneurs, and community-owned businesses.
  • Elections Canada
    Elections Canada is the independent, non-partisan agency responsible for conducting federal elections and referendums. They are looking to connect with Indigenous communities to provide employment opportunities and learn how to better offer voter services.
  • QM Environmental
    QM Environmental, National ABM Partner, is a full-service environmental contractor searching for mutually beneficial business opportunities with First Nation communities. Training and employment is a primary objective of the QMLP Aboriginal Inclusion and Capacity Building Strategy including environmental remediation, demolition and emergency response.
  • First Nations Financial Management Board (FMB)
    First Nations Financial Management Board (FMB) is Canada's only legislated body that develops and publishes Financial Administration Law, Financial Performance and Financial Management System Standards for First Nation Governments. FMB offers tools and templates and may be able to provide capacity development funding to First Nations.
  • Garden River First Nation
    Garden River First Nation, is located just east of Sault Ste. Marie and has existing businesses and partnerships in the gaming, construction, and aggregate industries. They are exploring the development of the new Highway 17 corridor with considerations for the development of an industrial park, truck stop/restaurant/gas station/convenience store, hotel and conference centre, trails and other tourism opportunities.
  • Henvey Inlet First Nation
    The Henvey Inlet, French and Pickerel Rivers were all used in the past for fishing, hunting, trade, and logging.  Of course the first settlers of this area were Ojibway.  Before the Robinson-Huron treaties the Ojibway lived in a various locations around this diverse and beautiful land, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Prairies.
  • Mississauga First Nation
    Mississauga First Nation, 2016 Co-host of ABM East, is located directly west of Blind River, Ontario and influence over 40,000 acres of land. They are aiming to attract corporate partners for development purposes in sectors such as grocery store franchising, forestry, mining, hydro, business parks and Casino and gaming.
  • PetroMaxx Construction
    PetroMaxx Construction is a national petroleum contractor specializing in the design and construction of gas stations as well as convenience and branded food partner stores. They are looking to partner with First Nation communities.
  • Public Services and Procurement Canada
    Within Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC), the Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) was created in 2005 to advocate on behalf of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in federal procurement. This government agency is mandated to increase SME participation and understanding of the Federal Government procurement process, which is an $18 billion market.
  • Spirit Bear Coffee
    Spirit Bear Coffee is an Aboriginal coffee company, supplying all aspects of the coffee industry from hotels and casinos to coffee house and offices. 5% of gross revenue is returned to the preservation of the Great Bear Rain Forest. They currently offer a full-service coffee program for the following industries: resorts, hotels and spas; camps and offices; coffee houses; restaurants and catering; and food and beverage distributors.
  • Kwakiutl First Nation
    Kwakiutl Band is looking to meet and network with partners who may be interested in developing projects/partnerships in the Port Hardy area. They are looking for partners that support their intent to protect the land, water air and environment.
  • Nipissing First Nation
    Nipissing First Nation (NFN) is a progressive First Nation community adjacent to Highway 17, East of Sudbury. Their territory measures about 60,000 acres. They are looking to meet with manufacturing/production companies that could potentially occupy Nipissing's Bineshii Business Park and create jobs for their young skilled workforce.
  • Pinchin
    Pinchin is a private Canadian company staffed with offices from St. John’s to Victoria. They offer environmental health and safety consulting across Canada and are looking to create meaningful partnerships with First Nations, and to bring sound environmental engineering, consulting and science into the communities
  • Barkley Project Group Ltd
    Barkley Project Group Ltd. is a project management consulting firm specializing in renewable energy development. Our firm provides technical and management services to assist communities and developers in navigating the complex processes of clean energy project development. We provide the experienced management capacity needed to succeed in renewable energy project development.
  • Woodward & Company LLP, ABM Partner
    Woodward & Company LLP, National ABM Partner, is a law firm working exclusively for First Nations. Known as the "rights and title" firm, they are hoping to make their experience in business law aware in the Aboriginal market. They are looking for partnerships who might be interested in negotiating impact benefit agreements, developing corporate structures, complex financing and secured transactions, all tax matters, and all aspects of on and off-reserve lands development, including governance issues.
  • SITE Resource Group Inc.
    We are an energy and resource based infrastructure construction contractor working in Western Canada, we specialize in heavy civil earthworks, piling, pipeline, mechanical construction as well as survey, clearing, mulching, grubbing, environmental reclamation and remediation. We are a privately owned business based on the fundamentals of working safely, respecting our clients and the communities we work in, with exceptional quality management.
  • Huu-ay-aht First Nation
    Huu-ay-aht First Nation is a self-governing, modern treaty Nation whose lands are located in the Barclay Sound region on the west coast of Vancouver Island. They are interested in creating partnerships with companies they can develop a sound, sustainable and diverse economy that provides jobs and revenue for the Nation while preserving the traditional principals.
    MNP's Aboriginal Services team offers a full suite of accounting, tax and consulting services to help Aboriginal communities succeed. They are interested in supporting the development of partnerships and collaborations between Aboriginal communities, businesses and individuals who are interested in customized training solutions, hands-on training sessions, and leadership training programs.
  • Hazelwood
    The Hazelwood Group of companies is a privately owned, Nanaimo based organization made up of several different companies. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal communities interested in diverse heavy civil construction projects, including run-of-river hydro developments, bridge installations, road construction, water & sewer main installations, as well as a variety of industrial, commercial and residential construction developments and stone exploration.
  • Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business - ABM Partner
    The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business is a national member-based non-profit organization dedicated to the full promotion of Aboriginal people in Canada's economy. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal entrepreneurs to collaborate in ways that might help them expand and improve their businesses. They also hope to connect with mainstream companies looking to improve their Aboriginal relations strategies.
  • First Nations Power Authority
    FNPA is a not-for profit organization and is unique in its mission to engage and include First Nations in the province’s power industry. Currently FNPA, and more importantly First Nations, are poised to become an important component of SaskPower’s plan to have 50% renewables by 2030. First Nations Power Authority (FNPA) works for our members to facilitate the development of First Nations led renewable power projects and promote First Nations participation in procurement opportunities with SaskPower. Our members share a commitment to sustainability through social, economic and environmental values. With a portfolio of environmentally preferred power generation projects and strong growth prospects, our Industry Members are positioned to create partnerships to generate stable, long-term cash flows for the benefit of First Nations communities, the Province, and the environment.
  • Clarence Campeau Development Fund - ABM Partner
    The Clarence Campeau Development Fund (CCDF) was established by The Métis Society of Saskatchewan Inc to provide financial assistance where currently there is a void for Métis clients. They would like to create awareness of programs available to Metis Entrepreneurs, including their Business Plan Program, Loan Equity Program and Community Business Development Program.
  • Vancouver Island Economic Alliance - ABM Partner
    Vancouver Island Economic Alliance (VIEA) is the only non-government organization on Vancouver Island with a focus on the entire Island economy--all sectors, all locations, public and private. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal business leaders to better understand their initiatives, their goals, their needs, and their value propositions to understand opportunities and barriers and to help identify potential partnerships and solutions.
  • McDougall Energy - ABM Partner
    McDougall Energy is one of the largest gasoline-retailing and commercial networks in Canada and an ABM National Partner. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal communities interested in creating partnerships with an Esso retailer, Pump and branded convenience store partners.
  • The Update Company, ABM Partner
    The Update Company (TUC) is a full-service digital marketing agency providing website development, lead generation and search engine optimization services that help our clients get the results they need to achieve success. We have a strong track record supporting tourism, destination marketing and economic development, particularly with Indigenous businesses and organizations.
  • Jouta Performance Group
    At the Jouta Performance Group, we provide HR Consulting that ensures your organization develops the people, policies and practices needed to improve productivity and services to members.  We specialize in outsourced Human Resources (HR) services, strategy and support. In place of an in-house HR department, or to complement your existing HR team – we help our clients build practical, appropriate and cost saving HR infrastructure. We offer both full-service and project-based solutions.
  • Kent-Macpherson
    Kent-Macpherson is recognized as one of Western Canada's leading authorities in independent real estate valuation, consulting and advisory services. They are looking to create and build deeper partnerships with First Nations communities, based on their unmatched land planning and development expertise.
  • Government of Saskatchewan - ABM Partner
    The Ministry of the Economy advances economic growth to generate wealth and opportunity in Saskatchewan. The Ministry enhances economic growth and competitiveness by attracting investment and removing barriers to growth; regulates responsible resource development by facilitating resource exploration and development within an effective regulatory framework; and supports a robust labour market by developing, attracting and retaining a skilled labour force. They are looking to maximize opportunities for First Nations and Metis businesses and communities in Saskatchewan.
  • Songhees First Nation - ABM Partner
    Songhees First Nation is a Coast Salish Community adjacent to the City of Victoria on Vancouver Island. Their current economic development activities include land leases, off reserve land holdings, industrial marine construction company, gift shop, cultural tours of the Songhees Islands and convention/meeting centre.
  • Horizon North Logistics Inc.
    Horizon North, is a leader in industrial, commercial and residential modular manufacturing. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal communities interested in turnkey solutions can provide temporary, permanent, and "open camps", as well as hotels, health centers, resort property, luxury homes, affordable housing for high-density areas and remote communities and individual residences.
  • Interior Heavy Equipment Operator School
    Interior Heavy Equipment Operator School has been providing industry-recognized training for students to attain the skills and knowledge required to successfully gain and maintain employment as heavy equipment operators. They are looking to create meaningful connections with Aboriginal communities interested in training/refreshing/additional skills and assisting industry in filling the positions they need filled.
  • Keystone Environmental Ltd.
    Keystone Environmental Ltd. is a leading environmental consultant with a dedication to client success, innovation, end-game focus and understanding of project objectives. They have been working with First Nations communities for over 15 years on projects that include Environmental Site Assessments (ESA), Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA), Environmental Monitoring, Risk Assessment, and capacity building within the nations. They are looking to connect with communities who have a desire to progress a project through contamination due diligence or environmental / ecological impact assessment.
  • KPMG
    KPMG is a full service professional services firm that offers a broad range of assurance, taxation and advisory services. KPMG has an extensive aboriginal client base to which KPMG has brought its expansive services and has advised on such matters as structuring aboriginal businesses, advising on respect of treaty and specific land claim negotiations. They are looking to connect with Aborginal communities interested in financial and governance consulting, business planning and due diligence, performance monitoring, risk management, health care planning and more.
  • Enerpro Systems Corp.
    Enerpro is North America’s only provider of full-service, intelligent, energy management programs for new construction and infrastructure upgrades in retrofitted buildings, since 1996. They are looking to connect with Aboriginal communities in the establishment and management of self-owned utilities.
  • Saskatchewan Indian Equity Foundation - ABM Partner
    Saskatchewan Indian Equity Foundation (SIEF) offers commercial and agriculture lending and business consulting services to First Nations businesses in Saskatchewan. They are looking to create economic development contacts with the First Nations of Saskatchewan to deliver Business and/or Entrepreneurial training and workshops.
  • Williams Lake Indian Band
    Williams Lake Indian Band is a progressive community that recognizes the need for sustainable long-term economic development. Their current economic development activities include WLIB/Lake Excavating Construction Joint Venture, Borland Creek Logging, Sugar Cane Petroleum Products (Chief Will-yum Gas Bar), Coyote Rock Golf Course and the Chief Will-Yum Campsite. They are looking to connect with investors and partners in the areas of real estate development or leasing, agriculture, mining and forestry to further the build-out of their lands along the Highway 97 corridor.
  • Malahat Nation
    Malahat Nation is a marine-based Nation with a strong tradition of Canoes. The Nation has a number of strong, successful and profitable business relationships with local business and industry. They are looking to connect with businesses, project leads and investors in working with Malahat, and building our overall network of contacts across a variety of industry sectors.
  • Indigenous Tourism BC (ITBC) - ABM Partner (Canada)
    ITBC offers Indigenous tourism operators in BC experience development workshops, front line staff training and co-operative marketing program. They are looking to connect with businesses interested in using Indigenous Tourism as an economic vehicle and to increase number of market/export ready operators in BC.
  • TIPI-IMI Partners
    TIPI/IMI Insurance Partnership is a brokerage company specializing in Employee Benefits Plans for First Nation, Inuit and Metis employers. They are 100% Aboriginally-owned with all offices operating on reserve and looking to connect with Nations interested in their services. Their slogan: We Know Aboriginal People, We Are Aboriginal People.
  • Petro-Canada
    Petro-Canada is interested in building mutually beneficial, positive, long-term relationships. This is the primary focus when we explore new partnerships with Nations who want to own and operate their own independent Petro-Canada. We have over 20 Petro-Canada retail stations which are Aboriginally-owned and operated in Western Canada. We are looking to develop additional partnerships where a branded Petro-Canada is a strategic fit for both the First Nation community and Petro-Canada. They are interested connecting with communities interested in developing a Petro-Canada branded gas station on reserve or urban reserve land.
  • Parkland Fuel Corp.
    Parkland Fuel Corporation is the largest independent fuel marketer in Canada. With over 1100 sites in Canada, we operate in Eastern Canada under the ESSO, Pioneer, Ultramar, FasGas Plus and Race Trac retail fuel brands and the On The Run convenience brand.  We have many First Nations sites that we currently supply under these brands. We can help with all aspects of opening a gas station, convenience store, and complimentary offering to help maximize an existing or new to industry development’s potential.
  • Chawathil First Nation
    Chawathil First Nation is made up of 5 reserves located in Hope, BC. They are currently looking for economic development through their forestry business, tourism opportunities for their old village site, a small parcel of land for future development and a sandpit wanting to develop business. The Nation would like to prepare for land code development by encouraging landowners to utilize land for business development or residential development and other project ideas.
  • PlayWorks & ParkWorks
    PlayWorks and ParkWorks design playgrounds, water spray parks and skateboard parks, as well as providing site furnishings, picnic shelters, bridges, bleachers, sports goals, fitness equip. and signage. We are local representatives for a variety of national and international manufacturers of playground equipment and park amenities. They are looking to connect with communities interested in early stages of planning, design, cost estimating, grant applications, as well as the supply and installation of equipment.
  • Compass Group Canada/ESS Support Services (Canada) - ABM Partner
    ESS Support Services is the Canadian market leader in remote full-service hospitality management. ESS is Gold certified in the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business’s Progressive Aboriginal Relations Program. Our Aboriginal Joint Venture program reflects our commitment to developing true partnerships with local communities in the regions where we do business. In addition to sharing in the profits flowing from local operations, local communities benefit from our preferred Aboriginal hiring and supplier policies.  
  • Business Link
    Business Link is Alberta’s entrepreneurial hub. They are a non-profit organization that helps people start their own businesses by providing the tools to make entrepreneurs’ business idea a reality, and connecting them with the most relevant small business resources. Business Link offers one-on-one support to Indigenous entrepreneurs and communities across Alberta, from startup to expansion. Their team is primarily looking for networking and relationship building opportunities with leaders in Aboriginal business communities.
  • Valard Construction LP
    Valard Construction LP offers engineering, construction, finance and maintenance of energy projects and power transmission facilities; specializing in solar, hydro and wind power; fiber optics, sub-station design and construction and all related transmission and distribution infrastructure. They are looking forward to the opportunity to meet new potential partners and communicate and work together in the development of clean energy projects.
  • Kwantlen First Nation - ABM Partner
    Kwantlen First Nation, ABM Host,  is a progressive community that has seen rapid growth in the areas of cultural resurgence and economic development including the opening of a new Cultural Center, a renewed focus on learning Halkomelem, and the annual First Salmon Ceremony. Kwantlen is in the process of transitioning into the First Nations Land Management Act, which will give Kwantlen the ability to opt out of 34 lands-related sections of the Indian Act and write their own laws pertaining to the management of their reserve lands. They are looking to connect with companies and communities interested in new partnership opportunities.
  • Sagamok Anishnawbek - ABM Supporter
    Sagamok Anishnawbek is a First Nation community situated at the mouth of the North Channel on Lake Huron. Located six kilometres south of the town of Massey, which is approximately halfway between the cities of Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie on the highway 17 corridor. Their community vision includes the development of a strong local economy – Sagamok Development Corporation was incorporated as a non-profit corporation that is responsible for community development. Sagamok Anishnawbek has also established a for-profit corporation which addresses proposed partnerships. They are interested in meeting with potential business partners in all areas.
  • Pictographic Creative
    Pictographic Creative is a new Aboriginal-owned digital outdoor media company serving the Lower Mainland that specializes in helping First Nations organizations and businesses with their branding and identity needs. They are looking to expand their client base, focusing on opportunities to provide their services to other First Nations organizations in need of marketing services, including logo and web design.
  • Christina River Enterprises - ABM Supporter
    Christina River Enterprises (CRE) is wholly owned by Fort McMurray #468 First Nation located in the Wood Buffalo Region. Since 1987, CRE has been a leader in providing quality services including: construction & site services, custodial & distribution services, and transportation services. They are looking for business development opportunities as they pertain to their core businesses, partners and members who belong to our Business Association.
  • Yekooche First Nation
    Yekooche First Nation is a progressive Nation located in the heart of British Columbia, currently exploring various partnerships with the local community for resource development in the areas of forestry and mining. They are looking to find innovative companies to work alongside an ambitious First Nation community to create mutually rewarding partnerships and increase Yekooche First Nation capacity and opportunity.
  • Spirit Staffing & Consulting
    Spirit Staffing is an award-winning team that has been solving each client’s needs with a tailored approach to workforce planning. Fast Labour Solutions is a subsidiary of Spirit Staffing, opened in 2000, focusing on providing Safety Training to the community and supporting industrial clients. With 13 different instructed classes and over 350 online courses, Fast Labour Solutions is poised to equip people with the skills they need to be successful. They are looking to meet other like-minded organizations that are looking to train their community or workforce, hire indigenous staff, or work with Aboriginal communities.
  • Micmacs of Gesgapegiag
    Gespe'gewa'gi is the Mi'gmaq Nation District that extends from the Miramichi River to the tip of the Gaspé Peninsula, a land area that straddles the modern day Quebec/New Brunswick border. The First Nation is a strong advocate of Aboriginal peoples in Canada, and Aboriginal and treaty rights. Its main resource is the Atlantic salmon and other fruits of the waters and forests, including modern harvest of timber. The community is located 45 kilometres west of Bonaventure, on the north shore of Cascapédia Bay. They are looking to build an independent, sustainable economic base respecting Micmac values and enhancing community livelihood and prosperity.
  • Township of Langley
    The Township of Langley,  considered to be the epicenter of BC's Lower Mainland, wants to leverage partnerships to attract new opportunities.
  • Pioneer Construction
    Pioneer Construction is looking for joint venture opportunities with Aboriginal communities.
  • TD Commercial Banking
    Providing financial solutions to business, communities and economic development corporations.
  • Eclipse Business Consulting Inc, ABM Partner
    Eclipse HR Solutions We are a People Potential Company. We find our business partners partners elite talent. We help that talent unleash their potential. We have access to dedicated and motivated people who need a good fit with an amazing organization. Our mission is to match brilliant people with amazing organizations and help that talent release their potential. Recruitment - Eclipse HR can link your company to the wealth of skilled and talented workers who want to be more engaged in the Canadian workforce. If you need talent Eclipse has the talent. We can find people for entry level positions through Management positions. Training - With Eclipse Training, companies get brilliant and inspired training that changes behavior and drives new organizational results. You will feel the energy of our company on our first phone call, and you’ll be inspired and excited by the prospects of your ROI in training by the end of our first meeting. With 150 Training Programs our recruitment and training programs that meet the needs of the Aboriginal market.  
  • Vancouver Island Powerline Ltd
    VIP opened its doors s in 1993 in Victoria and has since expanded to coverage across Vancouver Island, the Sunshine Coast and the Gulf Islands.  With over 20 years’ experience in live line distribution, pole line construction and repair, we provide service to BC Hydro and other clients, including the Dzawada’enuxw FN, Butchart Gardens, Department of National Defense and Telus.
  • TLC Solutions
    TLC Solutions is a leading IT & Communications service provider that builds state-of-the-art Technologies such as Fiber Optics Networks and Hyper-V Servers for communities and businesses, currently working with 23 Indigenous communities across Western Canada.  TLC Solutions would like to build partnerships to build local capacity and help bring fiber optic networks to every Indigenous community.
  • Penner Oil
    Penner Oil's  head office is located in Winnipeg at 29 Mountain View Rd. They are in the wholesale fuel business supplying petroleum products to retailers, contractors, farmers, First Nation communities including Winter Roads. They would like to partner with First Nations who want to establish retail gasoline outlets in their communities by financing the petroleum equipment that is required. First Nation fuel business is Penner Oil's main focus.
  • Gwaii Engineering
    Gwaii Engineering is a Civil and Environmental Engineering and Development Services Consultant that is majority owned and operated by Aboriginal People. We are a client focused firm and strive for solutions that fit our clients' needs. We understand that our services ultimately serve community and building strong relationships will help us understand the variables that go into creating the best results.
  • LandSea
    To most people ‘accommodation’ means a place to live. We do that. We build and operate floating and land based workforce housing in remote areas. At LandSea, we go way beyond basic provision of food and shelter, so that on-site workers remain healthy, at their most productive and feel human. The result is practical, value-based comfort, livability and food people are excited to eat - combined, they elevate all standards of health, safety, and expectation. LandSea - Creating good places for people to live. Anywhere.
  • Western Solar Equipment Ltd. (Canada)
    Marketing & installing utility grade solar projects in Western Canada. Currently have six projects under construction in Saskatchewan. We provide training & employment for aboriginal as well as non-aboriginal. We also have a Wind Turbine dealership. Small turbines from 50 kW t 250kW. We will be moving into the Manitoba market early in 2018. All our projects are EPC. Engineering, Procurement, Construction & Commissioning. We offer training in equipment operation as well as classroom training for solar installers.
  • Red Rock Indian Band
    The Red Rock Indian Band (RRIB) is an Ojibwe First Nation in Northwestern Ontario, Canada. We have just celebrated the opening of the Professional Business Complex on July 24,2015. The 12000 sq. ft. two-story building has a total of 33 office spaces. The first level consists of 15 office spaces, a reception area, an elevator, and a kitchen. The second level consists of 18 office spaces, a double office and a boardroom. The Red Rock Indian Band would like to grow our network and build partnerships with organizations and other First Nation communities.
  • Superior Strategies
    Superior Strategies is a 100% First Nation owned business that offers quality management consulting and training services. We specialize in the delivery of successful project management, human resource, business, and economic development solutions. Our versatility in delivering the services our customers have come to count on include client specific & value added Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems and Business Support. We partner and customize programs to meet our clients needs. Our company name reflects our unique capabilities in strategically building (developing improved trust and business relationships) between Aboriginal peoples and the government, industry and corporate sectors to successfully develop new business ventures. We strive to serve a variety of different sectors operating in Northern Ontario. Our clients include corporations, government, business, not-for-profit entities and First Nations/Aboriginal organizations. We are a locally based Business, committed to providing integrated strategies, practical solutions and measurable results. Our main office is located at Red Rock Indian Band and have a training center located in Thunder Bay.
  • PINTER & Associates Ltd.
    PINTER & Associates Ltd. is a full service environmental, municipal/infrastructure, geotechnical, waste management engineering and safety consultant with offices in Saskatoon, Regina and Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Our staff of professionals have a vast array of experience in the many facets of these disciplines and we specialize in providing assessment, investigation, design, consulting, and project management services in these fields. PINTER's team of engineering professionals is led by Lawrence Pinter, P.Eng. Mr. Pinter has over thirty years of experience in the field of geoenvironmental engineering consulting. He has been working and consulting in the geoenvironmental sector since 1987. Our clients include private corporations, individuals, government agencies, First Nations Communities, Business Development Corporations, Tribal Councils ,and Indigenous Owned Enterprises. We have over 19 years of experience working with First Nations and in northern communities on environmental, safety, water, and wastewater projects. Our current breadth of services is focused in Western Canada.
  • White Buffalo Botanicals
    White Buffalo Botanicals is a First Nations Company, being first to market with Traditional Medicines which include CBD & THC Tinctures. Five years in with this emerging market thier current products, White Buffalo CBD & THC Tinctures, are already being sold in a number of Provinices in Canada. They would like to engage in meaningful dialogue so that there is a true understanding of where the Cannabis industry is going and how First Nations communities will be left behind in this emerging commodity if they do not engage in the commercialization of this traditional medicine.
  • Flight Centre Travel Group
    As a premier Travel Management Company with operations across all of Canada we specialize in managing entire travel programs of different companies/communities to help achieve further savings and bring additional benefits to their travellers. Having worked closely with various Aboriginal organizations we have found success in customizing travel programs to fit the individual needs of each community and working with them to achieve their goals.
  • Total Support Solutions
    Total Support Solutions provides remote and onsite IT training and support for businesses, not for profits, governmental and aboriginal stakeholders throughout B.C. Their goal is to partner with First Nation governments and economic development corporations to provide training and employment for members in Information Technology.
  • Land Forest People Consulting Ltd.
    Land Forest People Consulting Ltd. operates in the field of resource stewardship as defined by the gifts possessed by each client community, including land, forests, and other natural resources.Emphasizing relationships, together we develop tools such as land use plans and environmental management plans with which communities foster social, cultural, economic, and environmental sustainability. Land Forest People's goal for the ABM is to meet communities, clients, and cooperators who also believe that successful business development is only one of the required components of a sustainable community. Economic success is ensured through integrated planning for land, health, culture, and the environment.
  • Indigenous Insight
    I am a member of the Tla'amin Nation; served as my community's Chief Councillor (2002-2004); and served on Council for eight years. In my tenure as Chief Councillor, I became a primary architect in a historic document called the Community Accord and signed by City of Powell River and then Sliammon First Nation. This document was re-affirmed in June 2018. This intergovernmental work was recognized on a regional, provincial and national level. Other advisory services areas include: - Indigenous relations and cultural awareness training (hard-copy, and online formats available); - Leadership development - Economic and small business development
  • Black Diamond Group
    Black Diamond Group Limited is one of North America's fastest growing remote lodging, modular building and energy services companies. With its corporate head office located in Calgary, Black Diamond provides world-class services to a full spectrum of industries including oil and gas, mining, power, construction, engineering, military, government and education. Black Diamond Camps rents and sells remote workforce housing and provides associated services; Black Diamond Logistics provides turnkey lodging services, remote facility management and supply chain solutions; BOXX Modular specializes in renting and selling a broad range of modular work space solutions and Black Diamond Energy Services rents and sells a complement of oilfield equipment and services.
  • Frog Lake First Nations
    Frog Lake is rich in natural resources and has its own oil and gas drilling facilities. We believe that when armed with appropriate resources, our Community holds the capacity and ingenuity to ensure the sustainable economic future which includes the preservation of our spiritual and cultural ways for all community members. This has enabled us to approach our challenges with determination and confidence.
  • Shawanaga First Nation
    Shawanaga First Nation is located 30 km north of Parry Sound ON, along Highway 69. We currently have an existing gas station and convenience store that will be relocating to a new, modern, Highway Service Centre that will be opening in the near future. The HSC will provide service to the existing Hwy 69 as well as the proposed 4 laning of Hwy 400 through our territory. We would like to meet prospective partners/investors to work with.
  • Kelly Lake Cree Nation
    The Kelly Lake Cree Nation Economic Development Corporation manages the forestry, oil and gas businesses of the Kelly Lake Cree Nation. In addition, it provides pipeline construction support, cultural heritage surveys, environmental monitoring and government consultation who wish to operate within Asiniwachi Niyaw Territory.
  • Navajo Division of Economic Development
    The Navajo Nation is interested in exploring inter-tribal and cross-border trade, partnerships and business opportunities including export of goods and services into Canada.
  • Eagle Lake First Nation
    The Eagle Lake First Nation is situated on the northeast shores of Eagle Lake and is located in the heart of the Canadian Shield in the boreal forests and lakes of Northwestern Ontario. Cultural activities are an important element of Eagle Lake society and in addition to the Pow-wows include Community Sweats, Sharing Circles, Arts & Crafts, Traditional Healing and Elders’ Activities.
  • Primco Dene Group of Companies
    Primco Dene is a wholly owned company of Cold Lake First Nations. Our group of companies encompass many services including Camp Catering, Janitorial, EMS and Security Services in Northeast Alberta. Our people are our greatest asset and the reason why Primco Dene is a model for First Nations business.
  • Kitasoo First Nation
    Our vision for our land and resources is based on the best definition of the term “sustainable”. To us this means that the wealth of forests, fish, wildlife and the complexity of all life will be here forever. It also means that we will be here forever. To remain here as Kitasoo and Xai’xais people, we need to protect and enhance our culture and protect our heritage. We also need to live in the modern world. We need jobs to sustain our families. We need revenue and economic development to sustain our community.
  • Design de Plume (Canada)
    We’re an Indigenously owned, Sudbury-based, independent graphic design firm run by passionate, forward thinking designers. When we’re not working on projects and handling requests, you can usually find us out and about at local events and supporting community initiatives. We’re members of the Registered Graphic Designers, the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, and the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce and we look forward to promoting economic development across Canada.
  • Integra Graphic Design Studio
    Integra Design Studio Inc. is an Indigenous owned, award-winning graphic and web design & development company, providing big picture integrated design, brand creation & management, marketing strategy and web-marketing solutions for a wide range of businesses. Specializing in creating powerful, meaningful and professional communication design that generates results.
  • ATB
    At ATB Financial, we’re committed to supporting the success of Alberta entrepreneurs. We have dedicated experts, innovative solutions and an unparalleled understanding of Alberta business. Whether you’re starting a business, expanding it to new markets, or tackling your next entrepreneurial challenge, we’re here to help. Invested in your growth and success, we take the time to understand the complexities of your organization to bring industry specific banking solutions, allowing us to be the smart and inventive partner you need to amplify your business.
  • Heart Lake First Nation
    Heart Lake First Nation recognizes the value of working together with industry, and the advantage of creating training and employment opportunities for our members. One of the highlights of our economic development is Heart Lake First Nations Construction Ltd. which is 100% First Nation owned company and held in trust by the Chief on behalf of and for the benefit of the members of Heart Lake First Nation. We continue to successfully complete many projects and expand this company and build our capacity.
  • Denendeh Food Services
    Denendeh Food Services is a 100% Canadian owned supplier of food and related products to camp caterers, in the mining, oil and gas, and energy sectors throughout northern and western Canada. We can demonstrate the capacity, expertise, and competitive pricing required to handle the food requirements of any site.
  • Transport Training Centres of Canada
    Transport Training Centres of Canada is a career college, that offers truck driver training and heavy equipment operator training at various locations in Ontario and Eastern Canada.
  • Challenger Geomatcis Ltd.
    Commitment to Indigenous Relations Challenger Geomatics Ltd. (Challenger) is one of the most diverse geomatics companies in Canada. We are diverse in the geomatics services we offer and the locations we’ve worked, but our diversity also extends to our multicultural workplace. We are proud to continually strive for ethnic diversity and gender equality throughout the company, and of our past, present and future commitment to working and partnering with Indigenous Peoples.
  • First Logistics/Kimesskanemenow LP
    First Logistics, a division of Kimesskanemenow LP, is equally owned by the Attawapiskat, Fort Albany, Kashechewan and Moose Cree First Nations which are located on the western coast of James Bay. Kimesskanemenow was originally formed to offer services to its owner communities, and has expanded its mandate to offer assistance to First Nations communities who do not have the capacity or expertise to meet their goals.
  • KPS Systems
    KPS Systems works with communities from feasibility study, design and build, merchandise and train, audit and re-brand C-Store/ Gas Stations. KPS Systems has a track record of stream lining the process from planning to pumping, creating a system of on-line training for management.
  • Buffalo Lake Métis Settlement
    Buffalo Lake is one of eight Métis Settlements in Alberta with a land base that is comprised of 35,356 hectares (3.75 Townships) and has a population of 1,236 people. Our community has come a long way since our first settlers arrived in 1951. We have constructed 210 homes, several roads and driveways, a water treatment plant, a recreation facility, recreation grounds, the Head Start building, Training Centre and a Family Centre.
  • Aplin & Martin Consultants Ltd.
    For 50 years, Aplin & Martin Consultants has successfully provided engineering design, construction and project management services for numerous land development and civil infrastructural renewal projects in the BC and across Canada. Aplin Martin has successfully performed these multifaceted services for first nations, federal departments, provincial ministries, local municipalities and private agencies.
  • Growcer Modular Food Solutions
    The Growcer manufactures modular plug-and-play hydroponic systems to enable food production in remote communities and operations. We specialize in building systems for Arctic and highly remote regions where food costs are significant and traditional food sources are unfeasible, though our systems are also financially & operationally viable in urban settings where food costs vary drastically with seasonality.
  • Mighty Oaks feat. Cedar Box
    Mighty Oaks offers a variety of software solutions address e-commerce, logistics, scheduling, facility operations and regulatory compliance.
  • Hakai Energy Solutions Inc
    Renewable energy integration consultation, design and installation in grid connected and remote locations.  Hakai Energy Solutions helps individuals, businesses and communities reduce their reliance on diesel or grid operators through advanced integration technologies and techniques.
  • National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED)
    The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. With over 40 years of assisting American Indian Tribes and their enterprises with business and economic development – we have evolved into the largest national Indian specific business organization in the nation. Our motto is: “We Mean Business For Indian Country” as we are actively engaged in helping Tribal Nations and Native business people realize their business goals and are dedicated to putting the whole of Indian Country to work to better the lives of American Indian people- both now… and for generations to come.
  • Colliers Project Leaders
    Colliers Project Leaders is Canada’s largest Project Management/Owners Representative firm. We are founded on a single powerful idea: a dedicated project leader working on your behalf to provide certainty of success.
  • The Network Hub
    Looking for clients, partners, suppliers to build coworking|coliving hubs in desirable destinations!
  • Ralmax Marine
    Looking for customers wanting/needing a logistics solution!
  • Gaia Water Ltd.
    Gaia Water Ltd. Invented a mixing valve that creates Ultra Fine Bubble Technology . We can produce over 100 million bubbles in just 1 ML of Water! Our bubbles are so small they stay suspended in the water for days and weeks without dissipating. This is helpful in many industries such as Aquaculture (currently selling to Cermaq and Cooke) Agriculture selling to green houses and many MMJ licensed facilities.
  • Spark Strategic Group
    We are a Victoria-based marketing and community engagement consultancy. We connect your business or project with community and business leaders through public engagement, public relations and personal relationships. And, we take the intimidation and the mystery out of marketing, helping clients create effective strategies to drive revenue. Ours is a friendly and relaxed approach.
  • VisionQuest Advisors Inc
    VisionQuest Advisors is a consulting group based in British Columbia that specializes in project management, developing business plans, financing strategies, marketing plans and funding proposals for Canada's First Nations. Our extensive experience working with our clients in often challenging and remote locations provides us with unique perspective and capabilities.
  • Apex Group, Navi Mumbai, India
    Headquartered in Mumbai, India, Apex Group helps start-up and turnaround supply chain related businesses. Apex is considering establishing a base on Vancouver Island.  
  • Maxim Truck & Trailer
    Maxim Truck & Trailer is headquartered in Winnipeg, MB with a presence across Canada, from BC to Quebec. We offer heavy duty truck and trailer sales, service, parts, rentals, and leasing to a wide variety of industries.
  • Spill-Chek Environmental (Canada)
    Spill-Chek Environmental is an Aboriginal Company Serving Western Canada, the Territories and Alaska, with over 30 years of experience distributing a full range of spill response and secondary containment products and services. We work together with Companies and Governments to minimize the Environmental impact of their operations by providing a variety of secondary containment and Spill Response options.b
  • Port Alberni Port Authority
    Canadian Port Authority that provides marine shipping facilities and services as well as operates 3 recreational marinas, a commercial fishing marina and a campground. We have over 200 upland and waterlot leases with additional property and facilities available for leasing by businesses that may operate in such diverse sectors as tourism and hospitality, retail, commercial sales, seafood processing, manufacturing, shipping, etc.
  • Mowi
    Mowi Canada West is the Leading Salmon Aquaculture Company in British Columbia. Mowi globally produces one-fifth of the world’s farm-raised salmon at facilities in Norway, Scotland, Canada, Chile, Ireland and the Faroe Islands. Globally, we employ over 12 000 people. In Canada, we operate salmon farms on the coast of beautiful British Columbia and Vancouver Island, where 600 people produce 45,000 tonnes of sustainable farm-raised Atlantic salmon each year. Our salmon are four-star certified to the Global Aquaculture Alliance Best Aquaculture Practices and we are the first company in North America to have a farm certified to the Aquaculture Stewardship Council salmon standard.
  • Cascadia Projects
    We are a new renewable energy business producing and selling a biomass energy product. We intend to source secondary forest biomass in British Columbia, process it into an energy product and sell the product into a variety of markets including overseas.
  • Scotiabank
    Reach your financial goals with a range of products and services designed for your unique needs.
  • Tla'amin Management Services
    The Nation owns over 8,322 hectares of fee simple land from Powell River to Lund and along Okeover and Theodosia Inlets. Key parcels include land within the City of Powell River, land adjacent to the city in the Regional District. Tla'amin has full self governing over its lands and dispute resolutions in place and a full set of laws, regulations and policies that govern its activities.
  • Nanaimo Airport Commission
    The Nanaimo Airport Commission was established to ensure excellent leadership and accountability at all levels in the smooth running of Nanaimo Airport. Mission: To provide a safe, efficient and financially viable airport, offering excellent services and value to all users while fostering economic development.
  • Red Toque Creative
    Red Toque Creative is a full-service digital marketing agency that connects businesses and organizations with new clientele, development opportunities and prospective team members through online community building and brand management.
  • Armour Safety Consulting and Training
    Armour Safety Inc. provides comprehensive Occupational Safety and Health services to Saskatchewan industry. Armour’s flagship service is industrial health and safety training. The company is well known for its high quality training courses.
  • DGW Law Corporation
    Consistently recognized as leading lawyers in Aboriginal Law, we provide a wide range of business, economic devt, negotiation and litigation services to Indigenous clients across the continent. DGW is led by three Directors, one Senior Counsel, four associates and a full legal support team. The firm leads the Canadian Lawyers Readers Survey of Top 5 Aboriginal Law Boutiques.
  • Green Cat Renewables Canada
    Green Cat Renewables is a specialist renewable energy consultancy with expertise in the development of renewable projects. In-house specialists deliver whole project life-cycle, from initial conception to operation. With over 600MW+ of wind, 200MW+ of solar and 25MW+ of hydro, our company’s profile means we have the proficiency to tailor our services to our Clients’ needs.
  • Haztech Energy Corp.
    Haztech, one of industry’s leading occupational and industrail health & safety organizations operating across Canada. We provide a full range of health & safety services. Haztech focuses on providing all aspects of worker safety and health management, from our pre-employment testing and medical screenings, to our on-site safety, care and treatment.
  • Inland Group
    Inland is the dynamic leader in a competitive heavy-duty truck and equipment marketplace. For 70 years, our customers have relied on us for all their product and service needs. With more than 30 dealerships around North America, Inland is one of the oldest and largest Kenworth dealers in the world and we are the premier provider of heavy equipment in Western Canada.
  • Homalco First Nation
    The Homalco First Nation is a First Nations government located in Bute Inlet near the upper Sunshine Coast of BC, Canada. The Nation hopes to provide integrated resource management for our core area of Bute Inlet by managing the land within our traditional territory in a respectful way that provides for sustainable growth of all resources.
  • Secure Vision
    SECURE VISION is a complete mobile at home optical dispensing service for discerning clients on Vancouver Island conducted in the tranquility of your own home by a licensed and experienced optician-me! I adhere to strict regulations and am a member of The Opticians Association of Canada, The College of Opticians BC and The Optical Buying Group of Canada.
  • Cree8iv Collaboration Inc.
    We creatively collaborate with individuals and organizations to bring programs and services to remote Indigenous communities in Canada. We are currently creating an online course pilot. This course on Digital Literacy and How to Become a DEVA (Digital Executive Virtual Assistant) teaches young Indigenous women how to use digital tools such as a computer and the internet to showcase their skills and abilities. This pilot program will show them how they are able to build economies in It will help eliminate barriers to employment by providing young women with employment options with their communities and will support them to find their voice.
  • Ucluelet First Nation
    We are a self-governing, modern treaty Nation located on the Pacific Rim of Vancouver Island. We have fee simple ownership of our treaty settlement lands and also own the rights to subsurface resources. Our economic development corporation, YFN Holdings LP, holds a portfolio of showcase businesses, including an oceanfront resort, two gift shops, a surf shop and cafe, and a 35 room motel in Ucluelet. Exciting and lucrative opportunities abound in tourism, residential development, forestry and fisheries in a world class location.
  • Pedego Electric Bikes
    Pedego electric bikes combine the comfort & leisure of the automatic vehicle and the freedom & excitement of a classical bicycle into an intelligently designed, undeniably stylish, and an exceptionally crafted piece of machinery. Zipping around on an electric bike from Pedego is sure to become your new favourite way to get around town, simply because it’s a relaxed method of exercise together with a casual form of fun.
  • Ganado Chapter
  • Chinle Chapter
  • Rock Springs Chapter
  • Dilkon Chapter
  • Bodaway-Gap Chapter
    The Bodaway-Gap Chapter is located in northern Arizona and is part of the western boundary of the Navajo Nation. Prominent land features include Echo Cliffs, Shinumo Altar, Limestone Ridge, Bodaway Mesa, and Tooth Rock.
  • MLT Aikins LLP's
    MLT Aikins LLP's Aboriginal practice area provide a high level of focused expertise and work collaboratively with the firm’s other practice areas to bring our Indigenous clients the benefits of a full-service business law firm with a significant understanding of the unique issues facing Indigenous communities. We represent a significant number of Indigenous clients located across Western Canada and North of 60. We also provide business and legal advice on dozens of major developments in Western Canada, including projects in the mining, oil and gas, pulp and paper, agribusiness and other resource-based industries ranging in size from millions to hundreds of millions of dollars. We have a wealth of experience in designing creative partnerships and joint ventures among businesses, merchant bankers, venture capitalists, financial institutions, co-operatives, Indigenous peoples and governments. We want to continue grow our practice and provide our legal services to Indigenous communities with their economic development initiatives in all industries that they are a part of.
  • Canaimo Cold Storage Company Ltd.
    Canaimo Cold Storage Company Ltd. is a leading Canadian provider of cold-chain logistics services and supply chain solutions, offering temperature-controlled warehousing, refrigerated transport and distribution services to a broad range of businesses. Canaimo Cold Storage Company Ltd. has the flexibility to tailor solutions to the needs of individual clients.
  • Chilchinbeto Chapter
    Chilchinbeto Chapter is located 24 miles southeast of Kayenta on Navajo Route 59. This road was finally paved during the late 1970's and early 1980's and provides the shortest route between Kayenta and Many Farms/Chinle. The Northeastern edge of Black Mesa serves as a backdrop to the community. Chilchinbeto Chapter is the home of the world's two largest hand-woven Navajo Rugs. In english Chilchinbeto translates to Sumac Spring. In Navajo Chilchinbeto is called Tsiiłchin Biiʼ Tó.
  • Tse'Daa'Kaan Chapter
    The Tse Daa K'aan Chapter is named after a stunning sandstone rock formation called the "Hogback". The Navajo name is Tse' daa k'aan meaning "rock ground(ed) into the water" in reference to the gap created by the San Juan River Dissecting the Hogback. Tse Daa K'aan area is an agricultural community which area farmers grow corn that is used in common traditional foods such as the kneel down bread, steamed corn and a variety of Indian melons.
  • Leupp Chapter
    Mission statement: “To provide quality services and opportunities by strengthening local stewardship and building positive partnerships for future generations."
  • Secluded Wellness Centre
    We Specialize in Massage, Holistic Health & Workshops. Our Health Readings get to the root cause of symptoms and provide simple lifestyle suggestions. Our Award Winning Massage helps relieve new or chronic injuries or pain.
  • Tooh Haltsooi Council of Naataanii
    The mission of Tooh Haltsooi Council of Naat’aanii is to provide a local guide for community growth and development so the families and business establishments can live in harmony with the natural, cultural, and social characteristics of the surroundings in an economically progressive and environmentally sensitive environment.
  • Yunesitin Government
    Yunesit'in is located 100 km's west of Williams Lake B.C. We are a small community with poor access to many services and supports. As a result, the community is seeking to establish more independence through the development of a greenhouse, gas bar (pending), small sawmill operation and logging. We have recently rented a wood working operation and are hoping to market the products made at this site...hardwood flooring, laminate beams, siding, moulding, doors, trim material, etc.
  • Shonto Community Governance
    Mission statement: To improve the management, services and decision making of the Local Chapter Government to enhance and improve the quality of life for the community people; and create an environment conductive to efficient, effective, accountable and responsible form or government including the development of socio-economic growth, health, education, safety and land use.
  • CYEA International Holding Co
    Create a shared platform for Chinese youth entrepreneurs, develop social resources, build interpersonal networks, share policy information, and explore business opportunities. Provide services to member companies, make suggestions, and promote exchanges and communication between enterprises.
  • WestCoast Industrial Valves and Pumps
    WestCoast Industrial Valves and Pumps (A division of ValveVue Distributors) is a Canadian distributor of High Quality Industrial Valves and Pumps and other high quality precision products for the automation of equipment and the control of air, liquids and gases in a wide array of commercial and industrial applications. We are Authorized Distributors for Asco Numatics,  for Western Canada, and NSV Valve in Canada. Our partnerships are national and global with an agreement and understanding to achieve our goals and strategies together,bringing leading edge products, at competitive pricing with good old fashion customer service.
  • Slegg Building Materials
    Slegg has been on the job site or helping out around the house since 1947. For 71 years, Slegg has worked to become your first stop for all your building needs. Whether you are a contractor working on a large-scale project, or a DIY weekend warrior, we’ve got you covered. With multiple locations across Vancouver Island, we are proud of our roots and we know the hard work and dedication that goes into every one of our customers’ projects.
  • Corvidae Environmental Consulting Inc.
    Since 2003 Corvidae Environmental Consulting Inc has built a solid foundation of client partnerships across Western Canada and the North. Our established method: we work with you, our client, to deliver environmental solutions using clear communication, timeliness and competitive rates. We maintain our great reputation because every project we complete is to our clients’ satisfaction and we guarantee it. Our clients include both large and small companies and municipalities. We have the expertise and the people to handle projects of all all shapes and sizes.
  • Camosun College
    The Centre for Indigenous Education & Community Connections (IECC) is for Indigenous Education & Community Connections offers support services and Indigenous programs for Indigenous students and provides links between Camosun College, students, local Indigenous organizations and First Nations communities.
  • KFN Enterprises LP
    KFN Enterprises LP (KFNE) is owned 100% by the Kwikwetlem First Nation and provides a host of services and expertise including: project management, land development, planning, promotion and marketing of its businesses and partnerships.
  • Steamboat Commission Government
    The Navajo community named Steamboat “Hóyee,” which roughly translates to “State of Fright.” The meaning has been said to be attributed to a V shaped canyon, which converges with an overhanging cliff. At the convergence is a natural spring. Historically, the spring was a watering hole for passers-by. Local people feared being ambushed by enemies or mountain lions if they got water there. The name Steamboat refers to a large rock formation that resembles a steamship.
  • South Island Prosperity Project (SIPP)
    Our mission is to facilitate and promote the development of a strong, diversified economy on South Vancouver Island, creating a more collaborative region and a vibrant place to work.
  • VIU Initiatives Trust
    VIU Initiatives Trust is an arms-length organization from VIU. The Trust operates as a profitable business enterprise that will evaluate and undertake various income-earning business opportunities, ultimately benefiting VIU and the VIU Foundation, the sole beneficiaries of the Trust. Future initiatives that are possible but not yet developed include on-campus student and market housing, commercial/retail spaces, food services, First Nation economic partnerships and social innovation enterprises.
  • Sawmill Chapter
  • Nahata Dziil Chapter
    The Mission of the Nahata Dziil Commission Governance is to create a safe and healthy community environment primarily for its members and other citizens in the surrounding community.
  • Navajo Times Publishing Company, Inc.
    Office and building located in Arizona; company offers Navajo Times sales and services throughout the whole world through mail, online and in person. Primary circulation is in the Four Corners area, the U.S. and then other foreign countries.
  • San Juan Chapter
    Mission Statement: Serve the community and improve the quality of life using human resources and available natural resources.
  • Round Rock Chapter
    Round Rock Community is known for by two names: Tsenikani (Flat Plated Rocks) and Bis Doolizh Deezahi (Blue Pointed Mesa). Round Rock Chapter is located in the north central part of the Navajo Nation within Apache County, Arizona.  A majority of Round Rock's population maintain the rural setting of the chapter area.
  • Windabout Enterprises Inc
    Windabout Enterprises Inc. is a small Canadian start-up with strong intellectual properties for a recognized water safety device. Our company’s beginnings were inspired by the need for emergency equipment required for recreational boating. Alone we have only started to tap into this market. With the expectation of offering increased market specific product lines and a global market in need, the opportunities could be endless.
  • Consulate of Canada in San Diego
    The Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) provides Canadian business with practical advice on foreign markets to help companies sell, export and grow through more than 160 offices in Canada and around the world - including the Consulate in San Diego.
  • PLATOSask Testing
    PLATOSask Testing operates from the Nekaneet First Nation urban reserve on the First Nations University of Canada in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. The company is majority Indigenous-owned by eleven First Nations through their economic development company, File Hills Qu'Appelle Developments Ltd (FHQ Developments Ltd).
  • U.S. Department of Commerce - Foreign Commercial Service
  • James Smith First Nation - Canada
    This first nation received its name from the original chief; who signed Treaty No. 6 in 1876 At Fort Carlton The population at the time were 134 members or 32 families. The James Smith Cree Nation is located 58 kilometers east of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, and is 15,099 hectares in size. This first nation has a present population of 3,412, with the on-reserve population estimated to be at 1,892 members. The original language spoken is Cree.
  • MudHead Soap & SkinCare Co.
    We strongly believe in giving back to our indigenous communities. Our motto: “It doesn’t matter how much money you make, It’s what you DO with the money that counts. We work and partner with different organizations throughout Arizona
  • Best Buy Homes
    Best Buy Housing offers a solution for affordable housing to suit the community needs. Housing for the Elderly, single and families. Best Buy's goals are to supply housing that people can be proud, a home that creates a healthy viable life. A home that is creates a safe place for women, children and men.
  • Red Valley Chapter
    Located 30 minutes west of Shiprock, N.M., Red Valley Chapter is committed to ensure quality service for community members by creating a development of projects, maintain stability, trustworthiness and accountability.
  • Jeddito Chapter
    The Navajo name of Jadi to (Antelope Water) was derived from nearby watering points, which were frequently used by antelopes.  The portion referred to as Jeddito "island" is totally surrounded by the Hopi Partitioned Land.  Another segment of the chapter land base is part of the main Navajo reservation on the Apache County side.  The "island" part is situated exclusively in Navajo County.
  • Shiprock RBDO
    The Shiprock Regional Business Development Office (RBDO) is part of the Small Business Development Department of the Navajo Nation Division of Economic Development. Our Program's intent is to develop and support Navajo entrepreneurs in the Shiprock Region of the Navajo Nation.
  • Salt.V.Mo Events
    Salt.V.Mo event management is for non-profit, private and government sectors. We are perfect if you're looking to showcase your organization and give your brand a professional gravity that will have community partners, customers and sponsors take note.
  • Quail Run Building Materials
    Quail Run opened in 1986 beginning as a stucco and drywall supply which included a custom brake metal shop. As the company grew it incorporated the roll forming processes to manufacture framing and furring components, metal roofing and wall panel products, and other accessory items in-house. Today Quail Run is primarily a roll form operation specializing in light gauge cold formed steel framing components
  • Leldon Randall - Start Up Entrepreneur
    For your business, I have a digital marketing system in social media & internet advertising to get 10 more customers in a month.
  • B Wiring Solutions - Start Up Entrepreneur
    A Dine owned low voltage company seeking to serve the Navajo Nation communities with access to specialty systems
  • Sam Woods - Start Up Entrepreneur
    Level Professional Leader with 20 years of experience in energy & power, natural resources, and mining.
  • Anishnawbe Business Professional Association - ABM Partner
    The Anishnawbe Business Professional Association (ABPA) is a non-profit, member-based organization with an office in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The ABPA primarily serves the First Nation business community and develops and expresses positions on business issues and other public issues relevant to First Nation business, on behalf of its members. We provide a forum for the First Nation business community to develop policies and programming which contribute to the socio-economic well-being and quality of life of First Nations peoples in Northern Ontario. We also serve non-First Nation businesses by providing information, guidance, and access to a wide-ranging network through events and sponsorship.
  • Moccasin Trails (Indigenous Business)
    Moccasin Trails is a First Nations access management company that provides engineered access matting solutions for construction sites. Matting is designed for the protection of the environment; for work platforms and areas where terrain is difficult to access; where muskeg and water crossings exist; and for use on private or agricultural lands.
  • Mindful Architecture Ltd
    While reconnecting with our indigenous roots, we discovered that ancestral wisdom offer multiple solutions to our current climate change challenges. We seek to co-create spaces for contemporary indigenous communities that wish to re-establish inter- generational living in harmony with Mother Earth. Our services include architecture, development, upcycling, regenerative products, post carbon consultation.
  • SkyFire Energy Inc
    SkyFire Energy is Western Canada’s leading solar provider. We began installing solar PV systems in 2001 when solar was in its infancy in Canada. In our 18 years of business, we have designed and installed many of the largest and most complex commercial PV systems in Western Canada. We have more than 175 years of combined experience in the solar industry. Our staff includes Professional Engineers, Certified Photovoltaic Technicians and CSA Certified Construction Electricians (Solar PV Systems Certified).
  • Forbes Pennecon Joint Venture (FPJV)
    FPJV is a joint venture company between Forbes Bros Ltd. and Pennecon Limited. We are actively pursuing Powerline contraction opportunities in Northern Ontario and have a history of maximizing First Nation engagement on our projects.
  • Loch Lomond Equipment Sales
    Loch Lomond Equipment Sales is a factory authorized dealer for Prinoth new and reconditioned snow groomers and Argo Xtreme Terrain Vehicles. Its core focus is to offer quality snow cats, support vehicles, miscellaneous equipment and product support to the Ontario Far North winter ice road construction sector as well as the mining exploration and public utility sectors. It also offers snow grooming equipment solutions and product support to the skiing and snowmobile recreational sectors, as well as, remote access vehicle solutions for outdoor enthusiasts. Miscellaneous heavy equipment repairs is another of its services.
  • First Nations Bank of Canada
    First Nations Bank of Canada (the "Bank") is a Canadian chartered bank primarily focused on providing financial services to the Indigenous marketplace in Canada. First Nations Bank of Canada is over 80% Indigenous owned and controlled. The Bank offers Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, corporations and governments a full range of personal and business banking services including loans, mortgages, investments (registered and non-registered), transaction accounts and cash management.
  • Strad Energy
    Strad specializes in industrial matting and equipment rentals for projects of any size, from a network of branches across Canada and the United States. Strad aims to exceed customer expectations in many industrial sectors, including Oil & Gas, Pipeline, Power Transmission, and Mining.
  • Shared Value Solutions
    Shared Value Solutions is a human environment consulting firm based in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. We specialize in removing roadblocks to prosperity. Our mission: We have an unshakable commitment to a land where all peoples can reach their full potential, share prosperity, and uphold their rights. All of this begins and ends with healthy lands and waters. In the spirit of collaboration, respect and friendship, we work alongside visionary leaders and their communities to fulfill these commitments.
  • Long Lake #58 First Nation
    Long Lake #58 First Nation is situated along Highway 11 along the northeast shore of Long Lake and adjacent to the town of Longlac, ON. Nestled between lakes and dense forests. We are a progressive and proud people, striving for self-sufficiency through education, economic development, social development and participation in the regional economy while managing our rightful lands and resources
  • TBT Engineering
    TBT Engineering is a full-service multidisciplinary Civil, Structural, Electrical, Mechanical, Geotechnical, Transportation, Material Testing, Environmental, and Industrial Engineering consulting firm with a strong focus on expertise, efficiency and ensuring client satisfaction. Our team is fully committed to completing your project on schedule and within budget.
  • Outland, a Division of Dexterra
    Outland supplies and operates full service remote workforce housing and catering – from 50 person remote construction camps to large permanent, modular housing structures. Outland has installed and operated remote housing and work camps since 1985.
  • Happy Time Tours
    Happy Time Tours was originally established in 1978 and is 100% First Nation owned and managed. We are very proud to have our six owners; Kingfisher Lake, Wunnumin Lake, Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug, Neskantaga, Nibinamik, and Wapekeka First Nation.
  • Ojibways of Onigaming First Nation
    Ojibways of Onigaming First Nation is located on Highway 71 just north of Nestor Falls, Northwestern Ontario.
  • Ginoogaming First Nation
    Ginoogaming First Nation (formerly known as Long Lake Reserve #77) is a small Anishnawbe (Ojibway) First Nation located in Northern Ontario, located approximately 40 km east of Geraldton, Ontario, Canada, on the northern shore of Long Lake, immediately south of Long Lake 58 First Nation and the community of Longlac, Ontario.
  • Wunnumin Lake First Nation
    Wunnumin Lake Indian Reserve is a small fly in remote community located in Northwestern Ontario about 500 km north of Thunder Bay. Wunnumin Lake is an Oji-cree nation community. About 650 to 675 people live in the community while over 100 people reside in near by cities and towns. Majority of our population are youth under 30 years of age.
  • dynaCERT Inc.
    dynaCERT is a Canadian Company with a Global Solution to Reduce Pollution. We developed the next generation of Carbon Emission Reduction Technology for diesel engines in the global market, that also provides significant fuel savings to the operator.
  • Ryerson University - Ted Rogers School of Management
    The Ted Rogers School of Management wants to engage in conversations with Indigenous and business leadership about partnerships in delivering financial skills programs for Indigenous entrepreneurs.
  • Newmont Goldcorp Musselwhite Mine
    Newmont Goldcorp Musselwhite Mine wants to reach its employment targets and support Indigenous businesses to be sustainable after mine closure.  The company wants to foster partnerships/relationships with neighbouring First Nation communities and strengthen cooperation and engage in team building with all stakeholders. Newmont Goldcorp Musselwhite Mine wants to become an industry leader in Indigenous relations and resource development.
  • Turn-Key Construction
    Turn-Key is actively trying to build business relationships with First Nations organizations, businesses and communities offering solutions in Telecommunications, Networking and Infrastructure needs. More importantly they are looking to explore long term partnerships to expand First Nations involvement in the Telecommunications Industry through agreements in products and services, procurement, project management, training and employment opportunities.
  • Naotkamegwanning First Nation
    Anishinaabe unity and harmony with Mother Earth.
  • Magnetawan First Nation
  • Nokiiwin Tribal Council
    Nokiiwin Tribal Council was incorporated in 2006 and the tribal council that serves within the Robinson Superior Traditional Treaty territory. Nokiiwin is made up of five member communities within the territory. Our primary responsibility is a commitment to “build the capacity of the community”. It is a relational model that requires investment in building the capacity of each person to be able to contribute to their life journey and their community.
  • Biinjitiwaabik Zaaging Anishinaabek (Rocky Bay First Nation)
    We have 57 years experience from starting a reserve with services and agreements. Our plans is enhance sustainability and development of innovations that drive mining, housing, environmental and service providers.
  • Nishnawbe Aski Develpoment Fund
    Our Vision is Aboriginal Prosperity. Our Mission is to advance the well being of Aboriginal people in northern Ontario through business and economic development. We are based in Fort William First Nation and have to satellite offices in Thunder Bay and Timmins, Ontario.
  • Beamish and Associates
    Beamish and Associates is Northwestern Ontario’s pre-eminent Aboriginal Law firm. With deep roots in the area and a familiarity with the people and issues of this region, Beamish and Associates is uniquely experienced in the areas of First Nation economic and corporate development, child welfare, Aboriginal rights, and employment law. Our clients include Aboriginal people, First Nations, and First Nation organizations.
  • First Peoples Law Corporation
    We are lawyers committed to advocating for the Indigenous Peoples of Canada through the law and public education. We are focused on defending and advancing Aboriginal title, Aboriginal rights and Treaty rights for Indigenous Peoples across Canada. We provide high quality, personalized legal services. Our work centres on working with First Nations to ensure governments fulfill the duty to consult and accommodate. We provide legal advice to support a First Nation's exercise of its inherent self-government rights and jurisdiction as part of the duty to consult.
  • Levert Group
    Levert Group, comprised of its personnel resources, is the largest industrial recruitment and staffing firm in Northern Ontario with offices in Sudbury and Timmins as well as Rouyn-Noranda (QC), St. John’s (NL), and Halifax (NS). Our commitment to safety and quality assurance drives our extensive recruitment and training processes so we can provide skilled, prescreened, industry-ready personnel, executive recruitment, and staffing to the mining, oil and gas, marine and industrial sectors.
  • HeroHub (Indigenous Start-up Entrepreneur)
    HeroHub is an online platform that creates a greater social impact by connecting local charities and non-profits, to individuals and businesses seeking volunteer or sponsorship opportunities, charity events, and to donate new or gently-used items. After securing our foothold in Toronto, our plan is to strategically target other major cities across Canada and from there spread out to other smaller cities around these metropolitans.
  • eV Fern Ltd
    Evfern has a business concept that matches the nature of first nations land, where independent and distributed micro energy generation along with micro energy storage systems will represent a new outlook to a sustainable way of living to all Canadians and elsewhere in the world. Evfern is looking forward and welcomes the partnership with the first nations, in conjunction with the interest of all parties, believing to revolutionize the business opportunities to all peoples.
  • Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation
    Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation (SNGRDC) manages the economic interests of the Six Nations Community both on and off reserve. Profits generated by SNGRDC are invested into the Six Nations Community for the collective benefit of all members. We are committed to ensuring that our cultural and community values guide our pathway to economic development. SNGRDC’s Guiding Principles are reflective of these values and create the foundation for all business decisions.
  • DST Consulting Engineers Inc.
    DST, A Division of Englobe, has been working together with Indigenous communities and businesses across Canada for over forty (4) years. During this time, we have developed strong and meaningful relationships with various Indigenous partners based on a proven track record for delivering informed and sustainable solutions. We are a consulting engineering firm that specializes in providing environmental, geotechnical, building sciences and structural engineering services: landfill services, third party documents review, environmental site assessments, ground & surface water quality testing, environmental assessments of former industrial sites located on First Nations land, building and hazardous materials services etc.
  • Skeetchestn Indian Band
    Skeetchestn Indian Band will gradually build capacity for the commercial production of the roundhouse building kits and is interested in building partnerships with companies that will utilize our buildings for their business needs.
  • Simpliphi Power
    SimpliPhi Power designs and manufactures safe, non-toxic lithium ferro phosphate (LFP) batteries providing clean, reliable and sustainable energy storage solutions. In addition to designing and manufacturing batteries and energy storage solutions, SimpliPhi provides support throughout the entire project life cycle including - but not limited to: concept design and feasibility, sales and applications engineering, shipping and procurement, administrative support, technical support and training, and battery end-of-life strategy for reuse and recycling.
  • Delaware Nation at Moraviantown
    We are the Lenape (Lunaapeew) People of the Delaware Nation at Moraviantown. Our community is found on the southern shores of the Thames River, near the small town of Thamesville, approximately 3 hours west of Toronto. There are approximately 550 residents who live in our community, however our total membership is well over 1,000.
  • Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers (CFIG)
    The Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers (CFIG) is a non-profit trade association founded in 1962 which continues to be a collaborative community, equipping and enabling independent, franchised and specialty grocers for sustainable success. We act as a strong and united voice for over 4000 independent grocery retailers, across Canada, providing programs for operational excellence and fostering solid relationships among retailers and suppliers.
  • REMCAN Projects LP
    REMCAN is a full service national railway contractor.  Our mission is to deliver safety enhanced, high quality, innovative and environmentally-focused maintenance and construction services to railway track owners and operators across Canada. Our work enables the safe and efficient movement of goods and services, from coast to coast.
  • Trinus stress-free IT
    TRINUS was founded in 1998 to provide reliable, Client-focused Technology Solutions & Services to the Albertan Business and Government communities, by delivering stress-free IT results. We are a Full-Service IT Provider and one of the premier players in the Municipal Governments market in Alberta.
  • All Peace Protection
    All Peace Protection has been providing security and protection services 7 days a week, 24 hours a day for clients in northern Alberta for over 30 years. As a locally operated, licensed and bonded security company, we have built a strong reputation as a trusted security provider and have fostered strong relationships with our clients and partners in the Peace Region and beyond.
  • RB Sommerville Co. Ltd.
    Robert B. Somerville has been proudly connecting Canada’s communities for over 60 years. We install and maintain the infrastructure that makes energy flow!  Robert B. Somerville provides a comprehensive and fully integrated range of infrastructure services across Canada. We plan, build and maintain oil and gas pipelines, power and other utilities systems and related facilities. Renewable and sustainable energy projects are an important and growing part of our business.
  • Gridworks Energy Group Inc.
    A 100% Indigenous owned company based in Edmonton, Alberta, Gridworks serves Western Canada with Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Systems design and construction from start to finish. Established in 2000, we are one of Alberta’s oldest serving solar design and installation companies.
  • Mattagami First Nation featuring M'hiigan Limited Partnership
    Mattagami First Nation is situated on ancient Native land that has long been home to the Ojibway and OjiCree people from the Mattagami River and Mattagami Lake areas, and as far as the Moose River head waters on the James Bay coast. M’hiigan LP is committed to focusing our collective efforts on core strategic program and project priorities. Mattagami First Nation works together as a community, we use our combined knowledge and resources in order to champion economic and social vitality of our First Nation, invest in community and people building. We build trusting relationships with our partners and our core values. Working toward a prosperous future through building businesses and programs by putting a strong focus on respect, trust, integrity and community commitment.
  • Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation - ABM Co-Host
    The Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation is a thriving and vibrant community, bursting with people reaching for their roots as well as the future as they prepare to teach the next 7 generations it’s history and culture. The Mississaugas of the Credit occupied, controlled and exercised stewardship over approximately 3.9 million acres of lands, waters, and resources in Southern Ontario.   Their territory extended from the Rouge River Valley westward across to the headwaters of the Thames River, down to Long Point on Lake Erie and then followed the shoreline of Lake Erie, the Niagara River, and Lake Ontario until arriving back at the Rouge River Valley.
  • Wauzhushk Onigum Nation
  • Noozhoo Nokiiyan Limited Partnership
    Noozhoo Nokiiyan Limited Partnership is a division ofThe Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation (MSIFN). The MSIFN is located in the Township of Scugog, part of Durham Region. MSIFN cares about the community and has worked closely with regional and municipal partners on education, health and cultural programs and services through the Baagwating Community Association (BCA)
  • IPM (Integrated Project Management Inc.)
    IPM Integrated Project Management Inc. is a seasoned Consulting firm with strong business acumen. All services are customized to help the organization reach its goals. IPM believes that our customers' needs and goals are of the utmost importance. We are committed to meeting those needs and helping them reaching those goals.
  • AFD Petroleum Ltd.
    Established in 1989, AFD Petroleum is an independent supplier of bulk fuel, lubricants, and on-site tank storage systems to companies across western Canada, Texas, and Alaska.  We’re proud to offer the best equipment, solutions, and service in the industry. Over the years we’ve earned a reputation for understanding and overcoming the many challenges of the industries we serve, and we intend to keep doing it.
  • Brunswick House First Nation
    Located near the town of Chapleau, ON, Brunswick House First Nation is a small community with 40 housing units, a member owned Gas Bar/Restaurant, a community center, health center and administration office. Main industry in the area was logging and railway work. We are now part of a gold mining project born out of Borden Lake which is located in the shared traditional territory of Brunswick House, Chapleau Cree and Chapleau Ojibwe First Nations.
  • Beecher Bay (Sc'ianew) First Nation
    We are building a village here in is Spirit Bay. We also need to bring services to that village. We are planning a TownCentre. It will include a Grocery Store, restaurant, coffee stop, gas station, administration centre.
    ORIGIN was established in Thunder Bay, Ontario to provide workforce development through superior recruitment, work-readiness training and employment services for Indigenous & non-Indigenous job seekers across Northern Ontario.
  • Greater Victoria Harbour Authority
    GVHA was incorporated as a not-for-profit society in February 2002, and began operating its four port facilities, divested from Transport Canada, in April 2002. Acting as an advocate for the harbour, GVHA is working to improve its function as a working harbour, and a marine transportation centre with a strong focus on tourism. GVHA is a society registered with the Province of British Columbia and the Constitution and Bylaws of the Greater Victoria Harbour Authority are governed under the Society Act of British Columbia.
  • Bigstone Cree Nation - ABM Supporter
    Bigstone Cree Nation is comprised of three communities: Calling Lake, Chipewyan Lake, and Wabasca. Bigstone was signed into the "Treaty 8" agreement in 1899 and was provided with funds along with reserve lands to govern for the growth of its membership. Today, the main industry is Oil&Gas, with approximately 200 band members employed in the trades. Diversification is needed in order to help avoid some of the issues involved with the cyclical nature of commodities. Manufacturing and transportation are seen as the two industries that will provide opportunity for the Nation in the future.
  • Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation - ABM Supporter
    The LDMLFN is located in Northwestern Ontario, 135 km West of Thunder Bay, and encompasses roughly 5,000 HA of Mother Nature's most spectacular beauty. Our people have held and cared for our Lands and Traditional Territories since time immemorial. We are currently completely rebuilding the First Nation after over half a century of forced abandonment due to artificial flooding. We are actively rebuilding community infrastructure and are looking at multiple different revenue models and economic opportunities to help facilitate this rebuilding process.
  • Our Children's Medicine
    Our Children's Medicine is a social enterprise that bridges the gaps between Indigenous job seekers, Canadian businesses and non-profit agencies to eliminate barriers to employment. Using innovative tech solutions including HigherMe, an assessment-based hiring platform, job seekers create an online profile that eliminates the resume and instead highlights skills, cultural, traditional and lived experiences.
  • TsuuT'ina First Nation
    TsuuT'ina is looking for business opportunities including franchises, cannabis operations, professional offices, renewable energy and utilities. Additionally, the Nations wants to generate interest among other First Nations to form businesses or joint ventures/partnerships with TsuuT'ina Nation Business.
  • Fogler Rubinoff
    Our firm's Indigenous Law practice group brings with it a depth of experience in advising Indigenous clients on setting up and  maintaining effective business structures that facilitate the expansion of the community's economic development activities.
  • Gencity Consulting
    Gencity Consulting 100% Indigenous owned and is dedicated to the vision of a prosperous Northern Ontario through the realization of economic development projects that will help all communities flourish. Our experienced team of professionals are committed to providing the highest caliber of service combined with the educational credentials, practical experience and networking connections to get deals done quickly and with integrity.
  • BC Economic Development Association
    The British Columbia Economic Development Association of (BCEDA) is the leading professional association of economic development practitioners in the Province of BC. The BCEDA currently has over 500 members from communities throughout the Province. The BCEDA provides services that helps member communities grow and expand new and existing businesses, attract new business investments, and work towards strategic infrastructure investment, land use planning, and community enhancement.
  • Beretta Pipeline Construction LP
    A 100% First Nation owned company that provides reliable and customer focused construction services to the oil and gas, civil construction and environmental industries. We are based in the greater Lloydminster region and operate across Western Canada.
  • Burns Lake Native Development Corporation - ABM Supporter
    Burns Lake Native Development Corporation is owned by the six First Nations in the Lakes District. They are; Burns Lake Band, Cheslatta Carrier Nation, Lake Babine Nation, Nee Tahi Buhn Band, Skin Tyee Nation and Wet'suwet'en First Nation. The corporation holds a 10% interest in Hampton Affiliates sawmill Babine Forest Products, on behalf of the six First Nations. The forest industry is what most of our economy is based on.