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Growing a diverse and prosperous Indigenous business community
At Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, our mission is to promote, strengthen and enhance a prosperous Indigenous economy through the fostering of business relationships, opportunities and awareness for all of our members.

Central Business Forum & Awards Dinner

TICKETS NOW ON SALE for the Central Business Forum & Awards Dinner!

Join us on February 7, 2023  at the Marriott Eaton Centre, Toronto Ontario as we explore opportunities, inspiring ideas and celebrate success.

Purchase tickets now

2023 Award Nominations Now Open!

CCAB’s New Awards portal is now open! Head over to create an account and to nominate a deserving Indigenous change-maker.

The Aboriginal Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) award nomination period closes March 1, 2023.  

Learn more about CCAB’s awards and the 2022 recipients.

Tabatha Bull CEO of the Year 

As part of its 40th annual Ontario Business Achievement Awards (OBAAs), the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) is proud to announce Tabatha Bull, President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB), as the 2022 CEO of the Year Award recipient.

Read the press release

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Canada Digital Adoption Program (CDAP)

As part of the Canada Digital Adoption Program (CDAP), the Government of Canada has partnered with Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) to deliver the Grow Your Business Online Grant to small businesses across the country.

Eligible Indigenous businesses will receive a micro-grant of up to $2,400 to help with the costs related to adopting e-commerce. These businesses will be supported by a network of e-commerce advisors.

Apply Today!

The National Indigenous Economic Strategy (NIES)

The NIES is designed to drive positive change, address long-standing inequities, and achieve inclusive growth for and with Indigenous communities. This Strategy presents pathways for Canada to be the global leader in upholding Indigenous rights. Implementation of the Strategy requires the purposeful engagement of governments, corporate Canada, institutions, and all Canadians.

Available in English, Inuktitut and French

Read the Strategy here

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