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Indigenous Business

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.
Can wood float for value-added forestry?

Can wood float for value-added forestry?

Northwestern Ont. First Nations scope out marine, mill possibilities
Startup businesses flourish in Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation

Startup businesses flourish in Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation

New businesses are being launched by graduates of a Canadore College program geared toward helping aspiring entrepreneurs.
Utility buys larger share of remote power project

Utility buys larger share of remote power project

RES Canada sells interest in Watay Power to FortisOntario
Canadore graduates trucking apprenticeship students

Canadore graduates trucking apprenticeship students

First cohort of new program trains Indigenous students in repair and maintenance on commercial trucks.
Biomass project gets government funds

Biomass project gets government funds

The money will be used to implement the Northern Ontario Bioeconomy Strategy developed in 2015.
Anishinabek vote to advance education agreement

Anishinabek vote to advance education agreement

Anishinabek Nation Education Agreement is the largest self-government agreement in Canada.