Join us as we celebrate and honour Fort McKay First Nation (FMFN) Fort McKay Group of Companies (FMGOC) as the recipient of the CCAB 2018 Aboriginal Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) of the Year Award. The Founder and Exclusive Award sponsor is Sodexo.
Given its geographic location, Fort McKay has championed many opportunities to work with the forestry, oil sands, and pipeline industries in Alberta. Over time, they became known for their commitment to establishing and maintaining positive partnerships with surrounding industry while still preserving their cultural values.
FMFN made its first major foray into business in 1986 when it established the Fort McKay Group of Companies (FMGOC), which is fully owned and operated by the Fort McKay First Nation. In addition to this FMFN has also established numerous joint venture companies. It is this progressive collaboration that continues to contribute to a legacy of pride and promises a brighter future for generations to come.
By forming constructive partnerships, Fort McKay First Nation is able to implement the necessary framework to support progressive economic, industrial, and social developments in the region.
Thank you to our sponsors
Lead Sponsor, Founding and Exclusive Award Sponsor
Coat Check Sponsor
|5:30 pm||Registration and networking reception – Grand Foyer|
|6:30 pm||Gala dinner – Britannia/Belaire/Mayfair|
|8:30 pm||AEDC Award Presentation|
|9:00pm||Closing remarks and event to conclude|
The Westin Calgary
320 4th Ave SW
Calgary, AB T2P 2S6
|CCAB Aboriginal Business Members*:||$315.00|
|CCAB Members (Individual):||$685.00|
|CCAB Members (Table of 10):||$6,850.00|
|Non-Members (Table of 10):||$7,750.00|
*Maximum two (2) tickets purchased at the Aboriginal Business Member rate, limited availability. Defined as Aboriginal Business owned and operated by 51% or more Aboriginal person(s). If you are unsure whether your company is registered as a member or not, please visit the CCAB Membership Directory for more information.
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