The Case for Economic Reconciliation in Canada

Dawn Madahbee Leach Interim Chair National Economic Development Board Canada is facing severe economic challenges and, in order to deal with the immediate and longer-term economic situation, all parts of Canada must be either enabled or unfettered to contribute to sustainability for Canada and themselves. First Nations recognize challenges and have been putting out the message that Indigenous prosperity is essential ... Read More »

10th Annual Native American Economic Summit

By Kim Baca From learning how to get ahead in a career to encouraging Pueblo women to get involved in local or statewide politics as another way to serve your community, female Native American business and government leaders offered advice and experience in hopes that they’ll inspire the next generation of Native women. “I hope that when girls see me, ... Read More »

Aboriginal Designers Cooperative

On September 2, 2015 the Aboriginal Designers Cooperative opened its doors, located on the main floor of Neechi Commons at 865 Main Street, Winnipeg Manitoba. The cooperative is made up of 6 Aboriginal Designers from Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. The cooperative is brand new. It began with a conversation Iris Lauzon (of Iris Lauzon Designs) had with a few designers, ... Read More »


Business Development Specialist for the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of New Mexico (AICCNM) and Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) Business Center. He is a member of the Pueblo of Laguna, Village of Paraje – one of the 19 Pueblo Indian Tribes of New Mexico, located 45 miles west of Albuquerque. Russell is passionate about Native Small Business, Community and ... Read More »

The World Indigenous Business Forum

The World Indigenous Business Forum is a platform that engages Indigenous people in global economic discussions. There are four main sectors that focus on Global Indigenous Issues: Community, Industry, Academic and Government. The Sixth Forum was held in Honolulu, Hawaii October 27 to October 29, 2015. Some of the highlights included Opening Ceremonies on the beautiful grounds of the Iolani ... Read More »

U.S. Resources

THE NATIVE AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (NADC)   The Native American Development Corporation was established in 1996. The intent of the organization is to act as a liaison for state, regional, national and international economic development organizations and agencies for American Indian owned businesses in Montana, Wyoming, North and South Dakota.   As a hub for American Indian businesses, NADC provides ... Read More »

Winston Wuttunee

Small Business Winston Wuttunee is an Internationally-known Cree entertainer. well known in the Native community for 40 years, he has travelled throughout Canada, US and overseas, entertaining Prime Ministers and Royals alike. He has wowed audiences as a singer, keynote speaker, and comedian. From the Red Pheasant First Nation, Eagle Hills Saskatchewan, Winston is fluent in Cree, English, French, and ... Read More »

Strong Movers

Small Business An Ojibway from Sandy Bay First Nation, Manitoba, Kelly was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba. At age seventeen and having obtained Grade 10, he joined the Army for three years. Then he joined the rest of his family (brothers and father) working for CN Rail as a labourer and machine operator. Kelly was married at the age of 23 ... Read More »

Canadian Resources

THE CANADIAN COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NETWORK (CCEDNET) is a national member-led organization committed to strengthening Canadian communities by creating economic opportunities that enhance social and environmental conditions. Several Aboriginal groups are members. ABORIGINAL AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CANADA (AANDC) is committed to providing greater opportunities for Aboriginal entrepreneurs and to helping Aboriginal business owners to succeed in their business goals. ... Read More »

SAY Magazine has joined NATIONTALK with its Supporter Partner Program

TORONTO, ON, July 31, 2014 – “Say Magazine adds a trusted distribution channel in NationTalk and NationTalk gains a great source for the much needed insightful content that Say produces”, said Don Barraclough, President and CEO of NationTalk, “This is what partnering in the Aboriginal community is all about, everybody wins.” continued Barraclough. This Media Partnering forged through its Supporter ... Read More »

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