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Financing [Aboriginal Youth Mean Business!, AYMB]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Youth Mean Business!
Year of publication: 
2012

You've got the plan - now what are your finance options? Learn about what business finance programs and support services exist.

Growing [Aboriginal Youth Mean Business!, AYMB]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Youth Mean Business!
Year of publication: 
2012

Keeping your business growing can be a difficult process. Discover what type of loan programs, business development funds and other support services you can access.

Learning [Aboriginal Youth Mean Business!, AYMB]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Youth Mean Business!
Year of publication: 
2012

You can always learn more about what it takes to run a business. Learn about programs, workshops and courses you can access to lay the foundation for your business success.

Planning [Aboriginal Youth Mean Business!, AYMB]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Youth Mean Business!
Year of publication: 
2012

What's your plan? The following resources will help you shape your business and plan for the future.

Home [Aboriginal Youth Mean Business!, AYMB]

Publisher: 
Aboriginal Youth Mean Business!
Year of publication: 
2012

We are a coalition of service providers that are working together to encourage Aboriginal youth to start or expand a business in Manitoba. It is also a place to showcase existing Aboriginal businesses and meet role models who can share their experiences.

2008 & 2009 Economic Development Office: Indian Residential School Survivors Financial Management Workshop [Pabineau First Nation]

Publisher: 
Pabineau First Nation
Year of publication: 
2009

Two day workshop that focused on personal fiances, banking, investing, budgeting, wills and estates, frauds and scams.

Finance Department [Membertou First Nation]

Publisher: 
Membertou First Nation

"Over the past number of years, Membertou has grown both economically and financially. Over the past 11 years, Membertou’s budget has grown from 4 million dollars to an incredible 65 million today! With the elimination of all operating deficits, Membertou has ended its fiscal year in a positive cash flow with its 6th consecutive surplus and largest to date. "

Economic Development [Acadia First Nation]

Publisher: 
Acadia First Nation
Year of publication: 
2005

"Enhancing the quality of living for Acadia First Nation members and their families through community and social development."

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