AANO

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AcronymDefinition
AANOAboriginal Affairs and Northern Development (Canada)
AANOAlbanian-American National Organization, Inc.
AANOAsset Accountability Network Optimization (USPS)
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Town economic development manager Vicki Blanchard said discussions are underway with Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada toward selecting a candidate to write the business plan for the proposed network, to supply 16 remote communities with affordable and fresh food.
In related economic assistance, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada has given $200,000, as part of a larger project, to the Alberta Women's Entrepreneurs.
In 2011, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) launched Nutrition North Canada, a program designed to offset the cost of transporting perishable foods to northern communities that lack year-round road access.
The database is funded by Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada.
"We look forward to developing the skilled work force that is in such demand in our region." Federal support of $537,928 for this project is provided through the Skills and Partnership Fund, while $100,000 comes from Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada.
Maurice Vellacott has resigned as chair of the Commons Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development.
14, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Minister Bernard Valcourt announced a contribution of $355,000 to the Calgary Urban Aboriginal Initiative to support increased jobs and economic development opportunities.
The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs has received $106,000 from Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada--after requesting a total grant of $2.6 million.
In September, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada minister John Duncan addressed both the Edmonton and Calgary Chambers of Commerce stating the importance of including the growing Aboriginal population in economic plans.
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