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PHOTOS: 500 attend Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business gala

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business and Sodexo Canada honour Mary Simon for the 2014 Award of Excellence at the 12th annual CCAB Vancouver Gala

Entrepreneurs | Events | Aboriginal Business
Kitimat LNG | BCBusiness

Natural Resources

First Nations Raise Questions at LNG Conference

With environmental impact top of mind, B.C. chiefs ask for a seat at the LNG table

Northern B.C. | Politics & Policy | Aboriginal Business
Aboriginal Mine Training | BCBusiness

Natural Resources

Tackling the Mining Labour Shortage

Mining faces an acute skilled-labour shortage, and First Nations offer a solution

Interior | Aboriginal Business
An Aboriginal Tourism experience. | BCBusiness

Tourism & Culture

New Travel Agency Launched by Aboriginal Tourism BC

Aboriginal Travel Services (ATS) is a full-service travel agency, focusing on business and leisure needs of companies, First Nations bands and individual tourists

Northern B.C. | Tourism | Aboriginal Business
Takaya Tours | BCBusiness

Tourism & Culture

Supporting Aboriginal Tourism

The International Aboriginal Tourism Conference hosts a global audience with the goal of creating more partnerships in the tourism industry

Sustainability | Tourism | Aboriginal Business
Tsawwassen Mills shopping centre | BCBusiness

Retail

Tsawwassen First Nation Retail Development Under Way

Two massive retail projects break ground on Tsawwassen First Nation land

Lower Mainland | Aboriginal Business
Jenifer Black | BCBusiness

Natural Resources

Fish Plant Yields Returns For First Nation

At the mouth of the Skeena, a processing plant 100 per cent owned and operated by the Lax Kw’alaams band is helping a community grow

Fisheries & Agriculture | Aboriginal Business

People

Tsleil-Waututh First Nation Recognition Reception

The TWN recognizes business partners at private reception at 2013's PNE prize home

Aboriginal Business | Events
Chief Bryce Williams, Tsawwassen First Nation | BCBusiness

People

Chief Bryce Williams, Tsawwassen First Nation

As chief of the Tsawwassen First Nation, does 24-year-old Bryce Williams possess the business acumen to maintain stable economic growth? 

Aboriginal Business | Economy

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