CCAB has researched relationships between economic development and community development through qualitative and quantitative measures. Understanding these relationships is important to pursuing economic reconciliation and connecting the Indigenous economy, private business, and their impacts on Indigenous communities.
COVID-19 Indigenous Business Survey Phase III
CCAB presents a third phase of research on the impacts of COVID-19 on Indigenous businesses across the country, in order to better understand the changing impacts of the pandemic.
COVID-19 Indigenous Business Survey Phase II: Indigenous Women Entrepreneurs
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.
COVID-19 Indigenous Business Survey Phase II: First Nations, Inuit, and Métis businesses
CCAB and ISED have taken an in-depth look at the data on 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.
COVID-19 Indigenous Business Survey Phase II
Phase II of the COVID-19 Indigenous Business Survey provides insight into the changing impacts to Indigenous businesses amidst second and third waves of the pandemic and ongoing public health strategies in Canada.
Insights into Indigenous Post-Secondary Graduates’ Experiences in the Canadian Workforce
CCAB and Indspire undertake a research collaboration to shed light on important findings related to Indigenous students in the workplace today and enable employers, business leaders, and post-secondary institutions to better understand how to meet the needs of new generations of Indigenous youth.
COVID-19 Indigenous Business Survey
The Indigenous Business COVID-19 Response Taskforce reveals findings of their recent Indigenous Business Survey. The results highlight the unique impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on Indigenous businesses, current barriers to accessing government relive programs, and capabilities of these businesses to supply PPE to the federal government.
Success after Camp: Analyzing Economic and Social Outcomes among Outland Youth Employment Program Participants
Investigating skills development and employment for Indigenous youth in the Outland Youth Employment Program in northern Ontario.
Business Reconciliation in Canada
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.
Relationships and Reciprocity
How are Indigenous business relationships developed and structured? What stages do they go through, what obstacles do they face, and how might we create more opportunities for vital relationships to occur?