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CCAB CALLS FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE 2016 LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

CCAB CALLS FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE 2016 LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is calling for nominations for the 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award. The Lifetime Achievement Award is given each year to a successful First Nations (Status or Non-Status), Inuit, or Métis business person, who has demonstrated significant community leadership and been an ambassador for Aboriginal peoples throughout Canada.

The award is now entering its 11th year, and is part of the CCAB’s Aboriginal Business Hall of Fame (ABHF), which recognizes Aboriginal persons whose business leadership has made a substantive contribution to the economic and social well-being of Aboriginal peoples over a lifetime. The ABHF also includes the National Youth Aboriginal Entrepreneur Award within its award designations.

Visit https://www.ccab.com/aboriginal_business_hall_of_fame_abhf to download the nomination form. The nomination deadline is Monday October 19, 2015.

Send completed nomination forms:

By email:

aross@ccab.com

By mail:

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business
2 Berkeley Street, Suite 310
Toronto, ON M5A 4JS

For additional information:

Andre Morriseau, Director, Awards and Communications
Phone: 416.961.8863 x 240
Cell: 647.970.7661
Email: amorriseau@ccab.com

Alexander Ross, Communications Coordinator
Phone: 416.961.8863
Email: aross@ccab.com

For more information about the Aboriginal Hall of Fame and CCAB Awards please visit www.ccab.com

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