Annual CCAB Gala will be held Wednesday, May 11 in Calgary.
Gala celebrates First Nations business
If you're going to be in the Calgary region next Wednesday you might want to attend the annual Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) Annual Calgary Gala.The event will be celebrating First Nations business accomplishments.
The Tsuut'ina Nation, near Calgary, will be the main honoree. Tsuutâ€™ina was chosen for its historic Transportation and Utility Corridor Agreement with the Province of Alberta. The agreement transferred 1058 acres of land to the province for the construction of the final portion of the South West Ring Road. This endeavour was made possible through Tsuut'ina Nation's partnership with the provincial government. The Nation will use the annual revenues generated from the project to support its long-term investments in employment, education, and health.
Speakers include Phil Fontaine, Former National Chief, Assembly of First Nations, and Adam Legge, President and CEO, Calgary Chamber of Commerce.
The annual Calgary gala is a fantastic opportunity to network with the country's top Aboriginal businesses and forward-looking Canadian companies focused on the future of business in Canada
The CCAB Gala takes place on May 11, 2016 | 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm, at the The Hyatt Regency Calgary. For more info, visit the CCAB website.