2017 Vancouver PAR Luncheon



If you have any issues, please contact Julieann Chapman.

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The 2017 Progressive Aboriginal Relations Luncheon in Vancouver will bring together PAR companies that are committed to promoting and developing partnerships with, and investing in Aboriginal businesses and communities. The keynote presenters will be from the following sectors: forestry, oil and gas, accommodation, food services and mining. The PAR thought leaders will speak to their experience and progress with a procurement focus, on the PAR business Development Driver and their next steps.

Thank you to our sponsors

Lead Sponsor


Supporting Sponsors


Agenda – September 28, 2017 (Pacific Time)

11:30 am Registration
12:00 pm Lunch and Presentation
1:30 pm Event to conclude

Registration Information

Ticket Level Cost Tax  Total
Individual Ticket  $100.00  $12.00  $112.00
Table of 10  $900.00  $108.00  $1,008.00

*For table of 10 purchases, please send a list of guest names and any dietary restrictions to Julieann Chapman at jchapman@ccab.com by September 18, 2017.


Fairmont Waterfront
Waterfront Foyer
900 Canada Place
Vancouver, BC V6C 3L5

Accommodation Information

If you require accommodations, CCAB has reserved a number of rooms at the Fairmont Waterfront. Our group rate will be available until August 28, 2017. Click HERE and book online today!

When calling or emailing, please refer to group block name: Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. Toll free: 1-800-663-9255.

Sponsorship Information

Get noticed, sponsor a CCAB event! Sponsorship opportunities are now available. Sponsorship of events is a main source of revenue for the CCAB which contributes to our day-to-day operations, enables us to continue to deliver quality programs, and provide platforms for discussion, knowledge sharing, understanding, and potential business opportunities between Canadian businesses and Aboriginal entrepreneur’s & communities.

JOIN US in our mission to foster sustainable business relations between First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people and Canadian business.

Click HERE to view sponsorship opportunities or contact Lynda Keith to learn more about sponsoring this event.