Growing a diverse and prosperous Aboriginal business community
Our mission is to foster sustainable business relations between First Nations, Inuit and Métis people and Canadian Business

We have moved!

Not too far from our old office, only one floor down. Please update your records with our new address:

2 Berkeley Street, Suite 202

Toronto, ON M5A 4J5

February 15, 2018

TORONTO IS OPEN – Did you know that any company in Canada can do business with the City of Toronto? Find out about opportunities to do business with the City of Toronto by signing up for our 5th TFAB Business Skills Development Webinar. During this session, you will learn about the City’s contracting process, including information about the Social Procurement Program. The City of Toronto Social Procurement Program aims to create jobs and drive economic growth in the city. It is comprised of two components: Supply Chain Diversity and Workforce Development. Click HERE for more information.

April 23, 2018

The CCAB Indigenous Women in Leadership Award celebrates successful, accomplished, committed Indigenous women with an award that serves as not only a national recognition but as a platform to the future and a role model for young Indigenous women. A future where Indigenous woman take their rightful place at the table among men and women of all cultures in true celebration of lives well lived from tradition to academia, family to prosperity they continue to lead the way. Click HERE to learn more.

We thank our patrons for their generous support:
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