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Indigenous Leaders

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These stories about leaders from Indigenous communities who stand out for the industry contributions they’re making across Northern Ontario are made possible through the continued support of North Star Air as part of our Northern Ontario Business Leaders Program.


<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> Balancing stories of challenges with stories of success

Indigenous Leaders: Balancing stories of challenges with stories of success

IPAC president Krystal Abotossaway bridging cultures inside and out of her role as TD senior manager
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> Restoring the treaty relationship is the path to prosperity

Indigenous Leaders: Restoring the treaty relationship is the path to prosperity

Randi Ray looks to advance partnerships between Indigenous people and corporate Canada
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> Unique tea blends steeped in childhood memories

Indigenous Leaders: Unique tea blends steeped in childhood memories

As popularity grows, expansion is on the horizon for Paul Owl's Treeteas Brewing Co.
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> Peter Collins to lead new economic era for First Nations

Indigenous Leaders: Peter Collins to lead new economic era for First Nations

Former Fort William First Nation Chief transitions to job in power line development
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> First Nation partnerships will lead the way north

Indigenous Leaders: First Nation partnerships will lead the way north

Marten Falls and Webequie pursue their socio-economic development goals in shepherding Northern Road Link environmental impact process
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> 'We’re tired of managing poverty'

Indigenous Leaders: 'We’re tired of managing poverty'

Indigenous people don't need 'environmental colonials' to speak for them on resource development, says JP Gladu
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> Representation matters for this cosmetics creator

Indigenous Leaders: Representation matters for this cosmetics creator

Putting representation, sustainability first has positioned Jenn Harper's Cheekbone Beauty for international success
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> Program helps companies advance respectful Indigenous engagement

Indigenous Leaders: Program helps companies advance respectful Indigenous engagement

CCAB's Progressive Aboriginal Relations has trained more than 800 organizations since launching in 2001
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> First Nations and mining industry are finding common ground

Indigenous Leaders: First Nations and mining industry are finding common ground

Indigenous participation in Western Canada's oilsands can be template for inclusion in Northern Ontario
<updated>Indigenous Leaders:</updated> North Bay entrepreneur brings a fresh take to coffee

Indigenous Leaders: North Bay entrepreneur brings a fresh take to coffee

Finely tuned business instincts have led Jennifer Twigg to retail success