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Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

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What we are great at:
For over 32 years, the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) has served as the bridge between corporate Canada and Aboriginal businesses, facilitating relationships, encouraging partnerships, and advancing the national dialogue.

About

The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is a national, non-partisan, member-based organization. Our member-companies comprise of both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal companies operating in Canada.

CCAB has over 500+ member companies, please visit our website to view member company profiles.

Member Directory

Programs

CCAB delivers programs that facilitate the growth of Aboriginal business, connect Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal business, and ensure life-long learning for Aboriginal entrepreneurs, and other Canadian business leaders.

  • Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) is a certification program that confirms corporate performance in Aboriginal relations at the Bronze, Silver or Gold level. Certified companies promote their level with a PAR logo, signaling to communities that they are good business partners, great places to work and committed to prosperity in Aboriginal communities.
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  • Tools & Financing for Aboriginal Business (TFAB) provides practical tools and connections to services to help you run your business. You will find templates, worksheets and guides as well as listings of CCAB members who offer discounts on their services for fellow members.
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  • Aboriginal Business Mentorship Program (ABMP) pairs Aboriginal entrepreneurs with experienced mentors to help them take their business to the next level. Entrepreneurs gain expert advice from industry leaders. Protégés choose the mentor that best fits their needs from a roster of available mentors.
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  • Aboriginal Procurement The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) and Offset Market Exchange Inc. (OMX) have partnered to connect Aboriginal businesses to procurement opportunities in the public and private sectors. The OMX is the world’s largest, most advanced domestic and international industry procurement marketplace.
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  • CCAB Research Program Our nationally recognized research team has expanded their work in Canada and internationally, providing ground-breaking insight and advice to corporations, institutions, and governments.
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Events

CCAB events bring together executives, members, entrepreneurs, and honoured guests from communities and businesses across Canada to build relationships as they meet, learn, and share with each other.
CCAB Events

Awards

Recognizing valuable achievements, CCAB delivers awards that facilitate the growth of Aboriginal business, connect Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal business, and ensure life-long learning for Aboriginal entrepreneurs, and other Canadian business leaders.
CCAB Awards

Key Contact

JP Gladu
President and CEO
416.961.8663 Ext. 235

Ken Montour
Membership Relations Manager
416.961.8663 Ext. 229

Contact information

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

2 Berkeley Street, Suite 310

Toronto, Ontario M5A 4J5

Tel:  416.961.8663

Fax:  416.961.3995

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