February 19 & 20, 2019
Uda Dune Baiyoh/Hall of Our Ancestors
355 Vancouver Street
Lheidli T’enneh Territory/Prince George
The Chiefs of BC have provided BC Assembly of First Nations with the mandate to advance the work of the First Nations Sustainable Economic and Fiscal Relations Strategy. An important aspect of this strategy is a commitment to host a business forum and provide space to discuss and learn about cultivating of our own local economies and escalating our significant contributions to BC’s larger economic sectors. As part of this important event, the session aims to specifically set a day to highlight and learn from women in business.
For First Nations leaders, entrepreneurs and youth interested in learning more about the latest in the economic potential of First Nations and their people.
BCAFN will provide reimbursement for 1 (one) official delegate per First Nation community (member of the BCAFN). This participant may be a leadership representative or an Economic Development staff member.
For more information please contact: Derek Hansom, Economic Development Policy Analyst at email@example.com