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COVID-19: Updates, Information, and Resources

We are working hard to provide our members with the most up to date information regarding COVID-19 and supportive services. We will continue to add more resources as they become available.

Support for Aboriginal Businesses:

The Canadian Business Resilience Network:

  • CCAB is a member of the Business Resilience Network, working to provide information to business to help them get through COVID-19.

Federal Funding & Resources:

Provincial and Territorial Funding & Resources:

Calls for Business to Help: 

Public Health Information: 

Travel Advice and Advisories:

550X320 of COVID-19 Minister Webinar Facebook

Monday, May 4, 2020 at 12:30pm-1:30 EDT

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Event number for attendees: 300 205 926
Event Password: CCAB20 (222220 from phones)
Audio conference (toll-free dial in): +1-866-432-9903

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Indigenous Business Survey

If you are an executive or owner of an Aboriginal business please complete this survey and your input could help shape policy decisions that directly affect your business.

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Join our conference calls.

CCAB is hosting calls for our members to hear your concerns and share information regarding resources, financing and updates from the government. Calls will occur on Wednesdays at 1 pm EST.

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News and Announcements

Indigenous businesses to receive $306 million in funding
April 18, 2020

Tabatha Bull, President and CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, said the $306 million in support for Indigenous businesses is “much-needed.” She said very low numbers of Indigenous businesses access funding through traditional financial institutions.

Corporate and Government Partnerships Helping Indigenous Business Through COVID-19
April 13, 2020

As the economic fallout from COVID-19 continues to impact all Canadians, TheFutureEconomy.ca spoke with Tabatha Bull, the newly appointed President and CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. She discussed how the crisis is impacting Canada’s Indigenous economy, and what the government and corporate Canada must focus on to ensure Indigenous businesses get the support they require to weather the crisis’ challenges.