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Aboriginal Business

Line crew program broadens horizons

Line crew program broadens horizons

Sudbury's Gezhtoojig Employment working with industry to maximize post-grad employment.
Wahgoshig common core program gets operational funds

Wahgoshig common core program gets operational funds

The program, delivered by Northern College in partnership with Primero Mining Corp., trains community members for work in the mining industry.
Construction program is a career builder

Construction program is a career builder

Craft worker course has Indigenous trainees on the path to success
Thunder Bay to host Aboriginal women’s business conference

Thunder Bay to host Aboriginal women’s business conference

The fourth annual event is an initiative of the Native Women’s Association of Canada and features keynote speakers, panel discussions, and networking opportunities.
Métis Nation of Ontario and Canada sign agreement to advance Métis rights

Métis Nation of Ontario and Canada sign agreement to advance Métis rights

The two parties agree to establish discussion framework by September, which will make way for formal discussions.
Thunder Bay and Fort William First Nation partner on economic development

Thunder Bay and Fort William First Nation partner on economic development

Participating in national initiative to strengthen communities’ relationship
Finding the pathways to success

Finding the pathways to success

New book explores economic success of Indigenous population in Greater Sudbury
Is there a path into the Ring of Fire?

Is there a path into the Ring of Fire?

Noront steps up talks with First Nation to key 2018 mine development
First Nation builds from within

First Nation builds from within

Fort William First Nation goes local to construct the first phase of a new subdivision
Aboriginal women’s business network seeking mentors

Aboriginal women’s business network seeking mentors

Women entrepreneurs are invited to apply to become mentors to Métis, Status and non-Status women interested in starting their own business.