National First Nations Sustainable Economic Development And Fiscal Relations Strategy

For more information, contact:

Max Skudra,
Director, Research & Government Relations

416.961.8663 ext. 232.
mskudra@ccab.com

The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) and the British Columbia Assembly of First Nations (BCAFN) are developing the National First Nations Sustainable Economic Development And Fiscal Relations Strategy.

The development of the strategy is to deliver a roadmap for sustainable economic development to First Nations peoples in Canada. It will identify First Nations business aspirations, current and potential capacity, opportunities and critical challenges to community economic development.

CCAB and the BCAFN are committed to developing this strategy as an important step to fuel tomorrow’s partnerships and sustainable economic certainty and prosperity. The National First Nations Sustainable Economic Development And Fiscal Relations Strategy is an exciting opportunity for Indigenous research and statistics to begin walking on the path to economic reconciliation for First Nations peoples in Canada today.

The research partnership will be supported by cutting edge data analytics systems and deliver actionable information for First Nations communities, businesses, government and corporations to improve socio-economic outcomes across the country.