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Publications

Recent Reports

CCAB, in partnership with Toronto Metropolitan University’s Diversity Institute and the Future Skills Centre, mapped training institutions and interviewed Indigenous-owned/led training providers and non-Indigenous employers to compile a study on skills training, employment development, and funding prospects for Indigenous peoples in Canada.

CCAB, along with the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association (NACCA), and the National Indigenous Economic Development Board (NIEDB) undertook a third phase of the COVID-19 Indigenous Business Survey in the summer of 2021.

CCAB and ISED have taken an in-depth look at the data from the second phase of the COVID-19 Indigenous Business Survey. Findings on Indigenous women entrepreneurs are explored in this report.

CCAB and ISED have taken an in-depth look at the data from the second phase of the COVID-19 Indigenous Business Survey. Findings on the different impacts felt by First Nations, Inuit, and Métis businesses are explored in this report.

TRADE & EXPORT

Indigenous entrepreneurs are making headway in global markets. Read CCAB’s research on Indigenous exporting.

PROCUREMENT

Indigenous businesses have the capacity to support supply chains across all industries. CCAB research investigates corporate and federal Indigenous procurement practices and their impact on Indigenous business.

INDUSTRY

CCAB research examines Indigenous capacity, success, and challenges in industry-specific reports.

AEDCs

Aboriginal Economic Development Corporations play a major role in driving Indigenous economic advancement – CCAB regularly reports on their progress and goals.

PRIVATE BUSINESS

Through national survey reports on Indigenous businesses and partnerships with other organizations, CCAB has provided regular reports on Indigenous private businesses.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

CCAB has researched relationships between economic and community development through qualitative and quantitative measures.

SKILLS, INNOVATION & TECH

In response to today’s rapidly changing economy, CCAB research explores how Indigenous businesses adapt and innovate and what skills will be needed in the future.