Indigenous Affairs

The only way Canada will be able to compete globally is to ensure Indigenous peoples have the same opportunities to participate in our economy as others.

Indigenous Affairs

The only way Canada will be able to compete globally is to ensure Indigenous peoples have the same opportunities to participate in our economy as others.

Our Position

A great deal is being said about reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. Businesses and Indigenous peoples will not wait and do not need to be led by government in moving forward with reconciliation and the actions that make it meaningful. In many instances they have long been living reconciliation day-to-day, providing lessons from which government – and all of us – can learn.

Policy Committees & Working Groups

An important complement to our Policy team, many significant policy public positions originate from our committees and working groups

Indigenous Affairs Policy Committee

Our Indigenous Affairs Policy Committee examines the relationships between Canada’s businesses and Indigenous peoples and advocates opportunities both can use to ensure private sector projects can move forward in a way that meets the competitive priorities of business while respecting the rights of Indigenous peoples.

Advocacy in Action

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