Expanding the Circle: What Reconciliation and Inclusive Economic Growth Can Mean for First Nations and Canada
Economic reconciliation is not only the fair and right thing to do, but there’s a strong business case for it as well. Canada’s economy would grow by $27.7 billion annually if barriers preventing Indigenous Canadians from participating in the Canadian economy were removed, according to a recent report by the National Aboriginal Economic Development Board.
The Public Policy Forum, held February 15, 2017 at the Westin in Ottawa, partnered with the National Aboriginal Economic Development Board, the National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association and Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada to deliver the first in a three-part series of conferences on reconciliation and inclusive economic growth.
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This conference focused on First Nations, with subsequent conferences focusing on Inuit and Métis communities.
Interested in hearing more? Please watch these interviews from the event.