CCAB is excited to announce that TFAB is now live!
Currently available features:
  • Development and Networking opportunities:
    • Business Skills Development Webinars
    • Aboriginal Entrepreneurship Networking Events
  • Practical business tools developed by CCAB members with many more to be continually added to TFAB
Upcoming features:

REGISTER FOR NOTIFICATIONS to find out when the following features are available:

  • Mentorship opportunities
  • Directory of CCAB member services for Aboriginal businesses
  • Update procurement tool
  • More practical tools for your business developed by CCAB members

Please remember that use of the TFAB portal and TFAB Materials (including tools) are governed by the TFAB Portal Terms of Use which can be found here

Start or scale your business with resources created by your peers and by industry leading institutions
Experience is a great teacher.
TFAB provides practical tools, training and networks to help you grow your business. You will find templates, worksheets and guides as well as CCAB members committee to Aboriginal entrepreneurship.
AWARD WINNING ADVICE
“When I first started Neechie Gear, I did everything myself. And I think that’s the most important thing for an aspiring entrepreneur: you have to learn everything in a business, know your market, know where they buy and so on, and if you know all those things there’s very little chance you will fail.”
Kendal Netmaker, National Youth Aboriginal Entrepreneur Award Winner, 2015
President and CEO, Neechie Gear
“I went out there and sought out the people I wanted to get in contact with, the performances that I wanted, and I just ran with it.”
Jacob Pratt, National Youth Aboriginal Entrepreneur Award Winner, 2016
Founder and Creative Director of Wambdi Dance