Our partner organizations that help NADF provide improved products and services to our clients.
Aboriginal Business Development Program (formerly Aboriginal Business Canada) Is an Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) program that provides financial assistance and business information to majority-owned Aboriginal enterprises on- and off-reserve, in urban, rural and remote areas. ABC works with clients of all Candian Aboriginal heritage groups.
Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce If you are an Aboriginal business or organization delivering business-related products and services. Get listed today.
Cheadles Law Firm One of northwestern Ontario's leading law firms.
Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) Canada's leading organization dedicated to promoting the full participation of Aboriginal communities in the Canadian economy.
Creative Communities Prosperity Fund This fund provides Ontario municipalities and Aboriginal communities with financial assistance for cultural planning projects. It also provides funding to help not-for-profit organizations carry out specific capacity-building initiatives that enhance the cultural planning process.
Ed Hoshizaki Consulting is an Economic Development and Consulting Company that works closely with First Nation communities across northern Ontario.
Erickson & Partners Erickson & Partners is a leading law firm specializing in Civil Litigation, Real Estate, Estates, Aboriginal Law, Corporate and Commercial Law.
FedNor The Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario is a regional development organization for northern Ontario that works with a variety of partners (like NADF), as both a facilitator and catalyst, to help create an environment in which communities can thrive, businesses can grow and innovation can prosper.
The Funding Portal Looking for funding? 'Canada's largest source of public funding programs' could be a good starting point.
Lowerys Your one-stop shop for ALL your office needs: stationery, computers, equipment, furniture, and janitorial supplies, etc.
Matawa First Nations Council Matawa First Nations is a Tribal Council of nine Northern Ontario First Nations located in Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN). Matawa First Nations operates a non-profit corporation through its Tribal Council to provide technical and professional advisory services and programs to its member First Nations. The corporation is governed by a Board of Directors and Chiefs Council with representatives from each Matawa community.
National Aboriginal Capital Corporation (NACCA) The National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association (NACCA) is the association for a network of Aboriginal Financial Institutions (AFIs) dedicated to stimulating economic growth for Canada’s Aboriginal peoples by promoting and underwriting Aboriginal business development. AFIs provide business financing and support to Aboriginal businesses, which can include; business loans, financial consulting services, aftercare and start-up support.
Nation Talk Canada's Premier National Aboriginal Newswire and Employment Service. Give your job postings, news releases, events, products and services the BEST exposure to Canada's fastest growing market here.
Northern Ontario Business The region's leading business publication.
Nishnawbe Aski Nation NAN is a political territorial organization representing 49 First Nation communities within northern Ontario with the total population of membership (on and off reserve) estimated around 45,000 people. These communities are grouped by Tribal Council (Windigo First Nations Council, Wabun Tribal Council, Shibogama First Nations Council, Mushkegowuck Council, Matawa First Nations, Keewaytinook Okimakanak, and Independent First Nations Alliance) according to region. Six of the 49 communities are not affiliated with a specific Tribal Council.
NAN encompasses James Bay Treaty No. 9 and Ontario’s portion of Treaty No. 5, and has a total land-mass covering two-thirds of the province of Ontario spanning 210,000 square miles. The people traditionally speak three languages: Cree in the east, OjiCree in the west, and Ojibway in the central-south area.
NAN continues to work to improve the quality of life for the Nishnawbe Aski territory. Through existing partnerships and agreements with Treaty partners (governments of Canada and Ontario), NAN continues to advocate on behalf of the communities it represents for self-determination with functioning self-government.
Nishnawbe Aski Police Services The largest First Nations police service in Canada, serving 35 communities across the NAN territory which encompasses nearly 2/3 of the Province of Ontario. Thunder Bay to Hudson's Bay; Manitoba to Quebec.
Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation NOHFC is a crown corporation and development agency of the Ontario government that invests in northern businesses and municipalities through conditional contributions, forgivable performance loans, incentive term loans and loan guarantees. Today, the NOHFC is interested in hearing how your business plans will benefit the North and create jobs for the region. We encourage you to browse their seven funding programs that can help you launch or sustain your business.
Ontario Business Program Guide An online directory of over 60 Ontario government support programs, tax incentives and credits for business whose listings may be of interest to Aboriginal business owners and entrepreneurs.
OSHKI-PIMACHE-O-WIN Education & Training Institute An Aboriginal post-secondary education and training institute committed to increasing access to, and success in, accredited post-secondary education to the people in the forty-nine communities of Nishnawbe Aski Nation and other learners.
Meyer Norris Penny A leading firm providing business services that combine industry expertise, market knowledge and professional insight to help Aboriginal businesses achieve their goals.
Mining Information Kit for Aboriginal Communities A mining guide for Aboriginal communities by Natural Resources Canada
Sencia Canada Ltd. For all your Website needs
Small Business Internship Program (SBIP) This program
Summer Company 2012 Create your DREAM JOB/COMPANY THIS SUMMER and get up to $3,000 to run it with help from the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development & Trade.
Weiler, Maloney & Nelson Another leading law firm in Thunder Bay.
Wasaya Airways LP One of our most successful clients to date and a great airline to boot. Wasaya is a great travel choice to get you anywhere in the north.
Wawatay Native Communications Society For all your communication needs. If you're looking for news or ways to market yourselves in northern Ontario, Wawatay is the way to go.
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