Growing A Diverse And Prosperous Aboriginal Business Community
Since 1984, The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) has been bridging the gap between the mainstream corporate sector and the Aboriginal community. CCAB works to improve economic self-reliance of Aboriginal communities while assisting corporate businesses. CCAB is a non-partisan/ non-profit organization and is largely supported through corporate funding, event sponsorship and membership dues with some support from Government for Research and Program development. CCAB is also the only organization of its kind to receive the endorsement of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce for its business-driven programs and services.
CCAB was founded by a small group of visionary business and community leaders committed to the full participation of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada’s economy. CCAB offers knowledge, resources, and programs to both Aboriginal and non- Aboriginal member companies that foster mutual economic opportunities with Aboriginal Peoples and business across Canada.
After 33 years working to improve economic self-reliance of Aboriginal communities and assisting corporate businesses, CCAB has grown to over 550 member companies across Canada of which the majority are Aboriginal businesses. As we continue to grow our membership, programs, research, and event offerings, CCAB invites you to join us in bridging the gap between Canada’s Aboriginal and business communities.
For more information, visit www.ccab.com