Does your business need help? We can help!
“We are dedicated to to the vision of financial independence for all Aboriginal persons residing in the region.”
What We Do
We offer services to Status, Non-Status, Métis & Inuit individuals as well as businesses in Northeastern British Columbia. The Northeast Aboriginal Business Centre has several entrepreneurial resources available to our clients, including an extensive resource library, and we also have computers and telephones available for use by our clients.
We are not a lending source, however, we can help through the business planning & loan applicaton process.
The Northeast Aboriginal Business Centre Offers Assistance With:
Business Plan Development
Pursuit of Business Loans & Grants
Economic liaison Services with Industry and Government
Starting August 1st our hours will change to Monday – Thursday from 9am-4pm and closed from 12pm-1pm for Lunch. We are located at:
10071 100th Avenue
Fort Saint John, BC, Canada V1J 1Y7
Please feel free to stop in! If you know you would like to start Business Plan Development please make an appointment with Corinne Stephens our Project Coordinator and Business Coach. Call (250) 785-1870 or (1-888)-783-1870 to set up an appointment or you can e-mail us at email@example.com or e-mail Corinne directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Métis are 30% of the Aboriginal labour force
Aboriginal People represent almost 50% of the self-identified business owners.
According to Statistics Canada, the number of Aboriginal entrepreneurs in Canada grew 37% between 2001-2006.
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