A strategic housing and infrastructure plan is necessary to support the growing needs of the many diverse Indigenous communities in Western Canada. The Trudeau Government has allocated an additional $3.4 billion over five years to housing and infrastructure projects for Indigenous communities as part of the 2017 federal budget. This is on top of the $120 billion allocation announced in 2016. With funds readily available, now is the time for First Nation communities to revisit their strategic blueprints for accessing funding and make the necessary improvements to their housing and infrastructure.
Join us at the 2nd Annual First Nations Housing & Infrastructure West forum where you will hear from your First Nations counterparts, Indigenous business groups, engineering companies, government and other key infrastructure stakeholders offering insights on how to succeed in today’s environment. Gain key insights from experts about the creative financing solutions and innovative economic development strategies they have adopted to address unique challenges. Hear success stories from communities with innovative solutions, and discuss new possibilities for your next project.
I look forward to welcoming you this April!
Who You Will Meet
Learn from and network with key leaders in the following job functions:
Capital and Infrastructure Administration
Lands and Resources
Aboriginal Markets Financing
First Nations Communities and Economic Development Corporations
Construction and Engineering
Banks, Financial Institutions and Investment Firms
Water and Waste Water Services
For sponsorship opportunities please contact:
P: 1-877-927-0718 ext. 7389
For media partnership opportunities please contact:
Melissa Angela Cabillan
P: 1-877-927-0718 ext. 7224
For questions about this year’s program/content, or information on how you can speak next year please contact:
P: 1-877-927-0718 ext. 7367
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