1: Tara Everett, Canoe Co-working Inc.

If the Indigenous economy in Canada is going to hit $100 billion per year, it will be due in part to the tenacity and no-quit attitudes of young entrepreneurs like Tara Everett. The doors to her co-working space aren’t open yet, but not for lack of …

5: David Paul, Aboriginal Resource Consultants

David Paul is a consultant specializing in business and community development from Tobique First Nation in New Brunswick. He shares his insights into the necessity for Indigenous communities to assert their jurisdiction with taxation powers, busines…

4: Jason Calla, First Nations Infrastructure Institute

From his upbringing in Squamish Nation in B.C. to his studies at the London School of Economics, Jason Calla talks about his journey and the critical need for infrastructure in First Nation communities (and a better way to fund it.)

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3: Ernie Daniels, First Nations Finance Authority

Ernie Daniels talks about his journey from growing up on Salt River First Nation in the NWT to his career as a CPA and now head of FNFA. With more than $620 million in capital disbursed to communities nationwide, he sees a bright future for entrepre…