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3 years 7 months
2010 /
Journey to Success is the result of the attention paid to the needs of Aboriginal women entrepreneurs by federal, provincial, territorial and Aboriginal leaders through the FPTA Forum working to strengthen Aboriginal participation in the economy.The Guide reflects input from Aboriginal women across the country, individual entrepreneurs and representatives of Aboriginal women's organizations.
3 years 7 months
2010 /
This report provides an overview and analysis of Aboriginal access to capital issues witha particular focus on Western and Northern Canada.The report is divided into twosections: the first section is descriptive, providing an overview of access to capital issuesand barriers and presenting a conceptual framework to help inform policy analysis and development.The second section is more prescriptive...
3 years 7 months
2009 /
The primary purpose of this initiative is to provide an introductory level Aboriginal Community Economic Development (ACED) 'Tool Box". The Aboriginal Business Service Network goal is to improve the capacity of current Economic Development Officers and Aboriginal business development officers and practitioners who are serving Aboriginal communities in BC.
3 years 7 months
2011 /
Qualicum First Nation is a small reserve located 14 km north of Qualicum Beach, B.C. on Vancouver Island. Based on the traditions and location of long ago, the Qualicum First Nation (hereinafter referred to as “QFN”) operates a campground during the summer months each year where the Big Qualicum River spills into the sea and where the people of central Vancouver Island would gather to harvest and...
3 years 8 months
2012 / PDF
This Nisga'a Tourism Development Strategy can be used as a resource guide. Communities and organizations can use this guide to examine the Nisga'a's approach to tourism development and gain knowledge that will inform the development of their own strategy. 
Resource Producer: Nisga'a Lisims Government
Author(s): Sandip Basi
3 years 8 months
2010 /
The Tsawout First Nation is moving ahead on a number of fronts. Of particular interest is Land Development which was initiated by the signing of the First Nations Goods and Service Tax (FNGST).The signing of the FNGST by the Tsawout First Nation in 2006 was groundbreaking. As the first Band in any Canadian province to sign the agreement with the federal government, Tsawout's FNGST replaces the...
Resource Producer: Tsawout First Nation

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