Government relations strategies are a critical part of many businesses and ventures and are found in every sector of the Canadian economy. As the Canadian Aboriginal economy and businesses develop, opportunities to establish clear lines of communication and build mutually beneficial relationships with governments at the local, provincial, and federal levels are becoming more important than ever. Aboriginal business leaders and entrepreneurs, community leaders, and partners are looking for strategies to ensure long-term success.
Join us live and online as our expert panelists explore the state of government relations, define effective strategies and tactics, share their professional experiences and reflect upon the challenges facing Aboriginal businesses engaging with governments and agencies across Canada.
Space is limited. Register now!
Moderator: JP Gladu
President and CEO, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business
Partner and National Indigenous Services Leader, Deloitte
President, Offset Market Exchange (OMX)
Partner, Maple Leaf Strategies
Vice President, Des Nedhe Developments & Creative Fire
Hon. Greg Rickford, P.C., B.S.N., M.B.A., LL.B., B.C.L.
Agenda – February 28, 2017 (time listed in EST)
|12:00pm||Registration and Networking Reception (light lunch provided)|
|1:00pm-2:30pm||Introduction and Panel Discussion including live webinar|
|3:00pm||Event to conclude|
Bay Adelaide Centre, East Tower
22 Adelaide Street West, Suite 200
Toronto, ON, M5H 0A9
Panel discussion streamed via live webinar
Space to attend this event in person is limited, and this event will be broadcast live via Adobe connect. Webinar registrants will be sent the stream link before the event starts.
|CCAB Members (in-person):||Free||–||Free|
|CCAB Members (webinar):||Free||–||Free|
|Guests (webinar only):||$8.85||$1.15||$10.00|