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ICAB is committed to bringing Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal businesses together for relationship building that supports the creation of a vibrant BC economy. 

To further provide opportunities for companies to engage Aboriginal suppliers and First Nations communities at the Regional level, ICAB has initiated the Aboriginal Opportunities Marketplace.  Expand the Aboriginal supplier network in your region by registering your company for an Aboriginal Meeting Marketplace table.

ICAB continues to offer quarterly Breakfast Meetings and other networking opportunities including the ICAB Recognition Awards. The Awards are being held on July 25 at the Vancouver Rowing Club.


Friday, 15 March 2013
Environmental and Engineering Limited Partnerships – The Na-Cho Nyak Dun and EBA Experience

EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd. (EBA) and Na-Cho Nyak Dun Development Corporation (NND DC) have announced the formation of a Limited Partnership Company called NND EBA Land Protection Corporation. NND DC holds a majority interest in the limited partnership.

The primary goal of the Limited Partnership is to maximize business and employment opportunities associated with providing Environmental and Engineering Services in the Traditional Territory of Na-Cho Nyak Dun First Nation.

“Our partnership is a perfect example of how the First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun is creating new business opportunities and partnerships that protect our lands” stated Albert Peter, Chairman of the Na-Cho Nyak Dun Development Corporation. “All of our business activities are guided by the values, culture and traditions held by our citizens.”

“EBA has a long-standing track record of working with and for Yukon’s First Nation governments and development corporations,” said EBA President Paul Ruffell. “This partnership will serve to further our relationship with the Na-cho Nyak Dun First Nation while bringing additional opportunities to both NND DC and EBA and helping NND DC reach its’ goals of maximizing development in the mining, renewable energy and real estate industries.”

Join Colin Doylend, Director of the Nacho Nuyak Dun Development Corporation, and Gordon Mohs, aboriginal business development and community relations for EBA Engineering to learn about the path the Na-cho Dun First Nation and EBA walked to develop their partnership.

Date:                     Friday, 15 March 2013

Time:                     7:30 – 9:00 a.m.

The Industry Council for Aboriginal Business has come together for the sole purpose of removing these barriers with the vision of contributing to a vibrant BC business economy where Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people prosper together.

To this end, ICAB facilitates programs furthering dialogue and relationship-building essential to economic development in Aboriginal communities in British Columbia.

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