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Research

CCAB regularly conducts surveys, interviews, events, and focus groups.

If you would like to participate in our research, please click here.

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About CCAB Research

CCAB Research fosters meaningful relationships between the public and private sectors and Indigenous peoples, communities and businesses. Our research aims to improve public and private policy, and to advocate for Indigenous businesses.

CCAB research is impact-focused and has been used to develop policies and programs for both the Federal and Provincial governments and Corporate Canada. Our research supports Indigenous communities and businesses by identifying ways that Indigenous businesses can take part in existing supply chains, making direct connections through networking events, or developing customized business lists of relevant Indigenous companies. Additionally, CCAB research can help unlock potential collaborations and forge meaningful relationships with Indigenous peoples, businesses and communities that can benefit everyone involved, including your organization.

Our team provides custom-designed research projects tailored to your individual needs. Currently, CCAB research projects report on the size and scope of the Indigenous economy as related to:

  • Procurement of Indigenous businesses;
  • Indigenous trade and export;
  • Indigenous participation in technology, innovation and the future of work;
  • Community economic development; and
  • Various other region and sector specific topics.
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For more information, contact:

Matthew Foss
VP, Research & Public Policy

mfoss@ccab.com

Andy Avgerinos
Project Manager

aavgerinos@ccab.com

Kaira Jakobsh
Project Manager

kjakobsh@ccab.com

Featured Reports

This report analyzes the Federal Supply Chain and the corresponding Indigenous businesses, finding optimistic results for Indigenous capacity. It provided data driven support for the Federal 5% Indigenous procurement target.

The Business Reconciliation in Canada guidebook is a starting place for building respectful and sustainable business partnerships – whether you’re a large corporation or startup.

CCAB conducted a national survey interviewing executives and community leadership on the role of Aboriginal Economic Development Corporations in their communities.

Research Partners