First Nation Business Development Agrologists are available to assist you in your agriculture endeavors.
Recent winner of the 2012 Northern British Columbia Business and Technology Awards Show in the categories of Aboriginal Business and Export Award.
The information provided on this form will be used by CFDC of CIFN to include the artist in an Aboriginal Artisan Catalogue as well as help the artist prepare a professional portfolio for use in the BC Aboriginal Market Place website and face book blog. The catalogue will include information about the artisan, his or her background, and art experience.
FNAA believes that agriculture is the cornerstone of economic development for all nations.
FNAA assists in the start-up promotion and sustainability of Aboriginal agri-businesses in British Columbia by:
The First Nations Leadership Council and APF Canada are jointly launching “First Nations & China: Transforming Relationships”. The strategy is aimed at cultivating stronger relations with China and responding to growing commercial interest from Asia to British Columbia’s natural resources sector, the respective traditional territories of First Nations.
Stó:lō Community Futures is a "not-for-profit" organization whose programs are directed by a Board of Directors whose members are a volunteer group of local business professionals and community leaders who are concerned about the economy and development of their community. Stó:lō Community Futures is mandated