ABM SK 2014
June 16 to 19, 2014
Prepare to be connected!
ABM is the most powerful Aboriginal-driven business development event in Canada. It connects Aboriginal communities with the private sector to create opportunities for business.
Applications are still being accepted for Saskatchewan First Nations, Metis communities and businesses from across Canada!
Participation grants are still available for Aboriginal communities from SK.
Click here to apply.
Read the opportunities available for delegates at the ABM in Saskatoon!
ABM 2015 West, combining BC and Alberta First Nations and Metis communities, will take place again in Sylix/Okanagan territory in Penticton, BC, from May 11 to 13. The application phase will commence June 1, 2014.
We are working on ABM 2015 ON. We have not determined the destination or date yet. If you have suggestions where or when to hold the event, please contact email@example.com.
2014 NEC Awards Gala
Saturday, May 31, 2014
Celebrating achievement through culturally relevant education
In 2011, the NEC created a ceremony to recognize the accomplishments of graduates and past board members. On this evening, community patrons are identified to present awards to selected nominees. The gala pays tribute to the best students and most successful alumni, powerfully presenting what is possible when culturally relevant education unlocks human potential. An expected 200 guests will join NEC faculty, staff, students, and community partners for an evening filled with Aboriginal food, entertainment and compelling conversation.
A silent auction raising money for the NEC will showcase some of the best in Aboriginal art and craftsmanship today, alongside a variety of other valuable items. The awards celebrate intergenerational learning, community, and culture while paving the way for a new generation of empowered graduates. Money raised through ticket sales and the silent auction is used to continue to expand the NEC, a peerless provider of culturally relevant education. The impact the NEC makes on the community at large will be shown through the sharing of stories of past graduates and board members.
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Buy your ticket online here!
New Relationship Trust Foundation Fourth Annual Golf Tournament
July 29, 2014
Hit the green to support the students!
Join the New Relationship Trust for a two-person best ball golf tournament with proceeds supporting the New Relationship Trust Foundation, which raises funds for Aboriginal students in BC who wish to advance their education aspirations.
The $250 entry fee includes 18 holes of golf, lunch, golf cart rental and dinner at Westward Ho!
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Sto:lo Business Match
October 28 and 29, 2014
Sto:lo Means Business!
The Stó:lō Business Match will connect decision-makers from the 24 Stó:lō communities with the private sector to create opportunities for business. It will utilize the same format and technology as the successful Aboriginal Business Match.
Over the course of two days, Stó:lō representatives will meet with businesses interested in discussing economic development during prescheduled appointments. The event will also include workshops and a reception.
If you are interested in registering, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch a video about the Sto:lo Business Match here!