The Empowering Indigenous Voices campaign celebrates Indigenous leadership and commitments across industries that empower Indigenous people and also which dismantle systemic barriers.
Ben Borne, the first Indigenous certified Communication Management Professional, talks about the power of representation and storytelling.
From the reserve to the catwalk, Scott Wabano is taking the fashion world by storm with a bold image of modern Indigeneity.
Our members understand that Canadians owe it to Indigenous communities to share in the rebuilding opportunities that will benefit the economy.
As companies shift to adopting inclusive hiring strategies, Indigenous leadership is the next step in advancing representation in the workforce.
The success of Canada’s economic rebound could well depend on leveraging innovative and resilient Indigenous small businesses.
The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples has immediate funding available for non-status applicants across Canada.
When the First Nations Technical Institute began planning construction of a new state-of-the-art learning facility, the team was committed to ensuring that every phase of the build aligned with its Indigenous community ideals.
Manufacturing companies Warrior Supplies, Harbour Technologies, Promation and Wuxly Movement partner to develop a Canadian-Indigenous response to the pandemic.
Rise of impact investing and sustainable business models can solve global problems and drive positive social change without compromising on profits.