"A key feature of the Nations economic development process was the Nations understanding of Squamish rights and title issues." Khelsilem, Squamish Councillor.  Also from Vancouver Urbanized, "the real win is that the revenue generated by the market housing will provide the First Nation with the...

"What is important in this work is building the self reliance of Yukon First Nations people, economic self reliance." says Chief Smith. Harwood attests to the importance of reconciliation. 'It is important to remind ourselves and everyone that this is an important step in the...

Outlined in, Implications of an Infrastructure Corridor for Alberta’s economy, it summarized how the corridor to the Port of Churchill is “improving access to domestic and international markets [that] can create large economic benefits. Multimodal infrastructure corridors of road, rail, utilities and communications can improve...

“That even small businesses can have a considerable impact on the Indigenous economy. “When you do something from a good place, good outcomes happen.” Crook.” Michele Young-Crook .  The Seven Grandfather teachings are the blueprint for IndigiMall to achieve a better and more sustainable future...

"Leadership is about strategy and vision. We need to be more aligned, like we need to align access to capital, to strategic planning, support, to partnerships and whether it is in tourism, or whatever the sector." Keith Henry, President and CEO of ITAC I N...

First Nation Finance Authority National Developed from a First Nations led idea in 1992, the First Nation Finance Authority (FNFA) is an independent First Nation led non-for-profit corporation that provides First Nations with access to capital by pooling borrowing power, and issuing debentures, on the...

"I always think of our community. How do we create opportunity for community members to find success in their own lives?" Thomas Benjoe, CEO and President of FHQ Developments. FHQ Developments exists to serves and contribute the long-term economic independence and prosperity of their Limited...

The Canadian Infrastructure Bank’s (CIB) goal is to invest $35 billion in revenue generating infrastructure projects across the country. The CIB is working on projects from coast to coast to coast that reflect core sectors such as green infrastructure, clean power, trade and transportation, public...