If business wants to work with Aboriginal peoples they should consider participating in the CCAB
Progressive Aboriginal Relations Program (PAR), adding it to operational and strategic parameters.
General Secretary and CEO Michel Alaby said that "Brazil continues to nurture strong trade relations with the Arab world and this is evident in the sustained growth of trade volume between the two parties over the years".
Neil Gordon of NMG Consulting, which represents the CCAB
in the UK, said: "California Bings command a premium price and leading supermarkets use them tactically by creating attractive in-store displays at the entrance to fresh produce sections.
through the PAR program doesn't get involved in negotiating impact benefit agreements and they don't act as mediators if that dialogue reaches an impasse.
Following discussions with Government, already resulting in changes to the money laundering reporting arrangements, the CCAB
has made the following changes and clarifications to the initial interim guidance issued in May 2003:
In the fall of 2014, the CCAB
convened a research advisory committee with representatives from across the country.
President and CEO JP Gladu called Fort McKay "one of the most successful First Nation-owned business enterprises with annual revenues in excess of $700 million.
Featuring an online database and procurement tool, the CCAB
program has the supporting sponsorship of Enbridge,
is teaming up with the Forest Products Association of' Canada (FPAC) to recognize business excellence in Aboriginal forestry.
cimaglobal,com/ethics) contains a number of resources, including: dilemmas published by the CCAB
showing how accountants working as non-executive directors can apply the code of ethics; an audiocast on navigating ethical challenges; and a library of ethics case studies.
In appreciation of the role Premier Paul Okalik played in making CCAB
s first Circle for 2015 annual gala dinner such a success, we committed a portion of the proceed of the dinner to help Nunavut students.
On May 13, at the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business annual gala at Calgary's Hyatt Regency, Membertou First Nations Economic Development Corporation was recognized as Economic Development Corporation of the year by CCAB
and Sodexo Canada.