Certified Aboriginal Business Program (CAB)
CCAB's CAB program certifies that Aboriginal businesses are 51% or more owned by an Aboriginal person(s). The CAB program ensures that Aboriginal businesses are easily identified by industry, government and other organizations and certified businesses can promote themselves using the designated CAB logo.
Certified businesses will be added to the CAB directory found on CCAB’s website and have access to tender opportunities posted by CCAB business members. All Aboriginal businesses wishing to become certified must complete a simple questionnaire and provide supporting documentation. After a thorough review of the documentation, CCAB confirms the applicant is an Aboriginal business.
Become a Certified Aboriginal Business
Hire an Aboriginal Business
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) Aboriginal Business Directory
The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (herein referred to as CCAB) uses reasonable measures to present accurate and reliable information within the CAB directory, including but not limited to information regarding the Aboriginal status of directory members. However, CCAB does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, efficacy, or timeliness of such information. CCAB assumes no responsibility for consequences resulting from use of the information contained herein, or from use of the information obtained at linked sites, or in any respect for the content of such information. CCAB is not responsible for, and expressly disclaims all liability for, damages of any kind arising out of use, reference to, or reliance on such information. CCAB encourages users to report outdated or inaccurate information on the CAB directory.