Enbridge Supports New Certified Aboriginal Business Database

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Enbridge Supports New Certified Aboriginal Business Database

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Enbridge is a supporting sponsor of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business's (CCAB) recently launched Certified Aboriginal Business program, which features an online database and procurement tool.

Tuesday, November 19, 2013 - 5:20pm

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CALGARY – Herbs and health services. Workshops and web development. Mining and museum consulting. IT recruitment and industry certification. Culture, construction, and community development.

And this is only the beginning.

The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) recently launched its Certified Aboriginal Business program – highlighted by an online database that’s designed to boost the number of business interactions between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal businesses in Canada.

Enbridge is a supporting sponsor of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business's (CCAB) recently launched Certified Aboriginal Business program, which features an online database and procurement tool.

Enbridge is proud to be a supporting sponsor of the initiative, which already features certified Aboriginal businesses from Nelson, B.C., to Fort McMurray, Alta., to Saskatoon to Oakville, Ont., advertising their services in various economic sectors.

Read more about creating opportunity for Aboriginal businesses on Enbridge.com

Keywords: Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Aborigines | CCAB | Certified Aboriginal Business program | Corporate Social Responsibility | Enbridge | canadian council for aboriginal business | csr | diversity | economic opportunity | entrepreneurism

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