Exhibit Sponsors

The Squamish Nation Training & Trades Centre offers pre-employment programs for Indigenous individuals who are interested in exploring a career in trades. Our curriculum incorporates cultural instruction, job readiness, safety training, and essential skills along with introductions to six internationally recognized trades. Best of all, our programs are tuition free for Indigenous individuals! Come jump-start…

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Aboriginal Business Quarterly is the first business magazine of its kind in Canada. Our content goes beyond simply telling stories that entertain to delve into industry best practices and how-to-style reporting aimed at assisting Aboriginal business leaders and entrepreneurs – as well as their partners, suppliers, customers and the politicians whose decisions influence the legal…

Mediaplanet delivers top class content marketing campaigns together with 15 000+ clients globally. Since the start in Stockholm back in 2002, we have grown into the world’s leading content marketing group with 15 offices across Europe and the North Americas. We make branding easy for our clients by taking care of the entire value chain…

The Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre Society (VAFCS) provides practical tools for accomplishing community visionary ends through socio-economic programs and services that empower self-reliance, responsibility, success and prosperity for urban Aboriginal individuals, families and the community. VAFCS assists Aboriginal people to access education and training, address housing issues and provide shelter and services for homeless people.…

Formed 25 years ago, BC Non-Profit Housing Association (BCNPHA) is the provincial umbrella organization for the non-profit housing sector comprised of over 600 members, including non-profit housing societies, businesses, individuals, partners and stakeholders. Together non-profit housing societies manage more than 65,000 units of long-term, affordable housing in over 2500 buildings across the province.

The Aboriginal Housing Management Association is the first of its kind not for profit Indigenous housing authority in Canada for all urban, rural and northern housing providers in British Columbia. AHMA is for Indigenous by Indigenous and represents over 5000 families, youth and seniors across the province. With 41 corporate members there is over 1000…