AFOA Canada 15th National Conference


The AFOA Canada 15th Anniversary National Conference was held in Winnipeg, MB on February 17-19, 2015 at the RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg.

"Business Development - Capitalizing on Opportunities that Lead to Self-reliance and Economic Prosperity"
Aboriginal communities have an opportunity to capitalize on significant business opportunities that will benefit our communities.  These include but are not limited to resource development, renewable energy and spin off companies.  How do we capitalize on these opportunities?  How do we build our own capacity by discovering the strength within our people?  This conference will focus on how communities have been successful in developing business opportunities.  It will provide workshops on key areas that need to be considered as Aboriginal communities continue their journey toward economic prosperity and self-reliance.


AFOA Canada is pleased to announce our 15th Anniversary National Conference Co-Chairs and Committee Members.

       
Mary Jane Loustel
Program Executive
IBM Canada Limited 
    Allan Munroe, CAFM
Manager of Finance 
Swampy Cree Holdings Ltd and 
President, AFOA Manitoba
       
Committee Members:
     
Cherie L. Brant
Partner
Dickinson Wright LLP
 
    Jean-Paul Gladu
President and Chief Executive Officer
Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business
Terry Goodtrack, CPA, CGA, M.A
(P.admin), B. Admin, CAFM, CAPA

President and Chief Executive Officer
AFOA Canada
 
    Daniel J. Richard, CA, CAFM
Chair of the Board of Directors
AFOA Canada
Sharon Stevenson, BA, HBA, CAFM
Finance Manager
Peguis School Board 
     

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AFOA Canada is pleased to announce that First Nations Bank of Canada has been named as the Lead Sponsor for the AFOA Canada 15th Anniversary National Conference!

 

 
“First Nations Bank of Canada is proud to take on the role as Lead Sponsor for the 15th Anniversary National Conference and to support the work of AFOA Canada.  The association and its members have played a vital role in the advancement of the Aboriginal Finance and Management profession, a role that has positively impacted economic growth, and wealth creation for Aboriginal communities and organizations across this country.”

Keith Martell, CA, CAFM
Chairman and CEO of First Nations Bank of Canada.


Notice to delegates:
It has come to our attention that a firm has been contacting conference exhibitors (whom we post on our website) and they are providing them with a booking form to make their hotel reservation for the AFOA Canada conference.

Please note that we are NOT affiliated with them at all and we strongly recommend that you do not provide them with any of your information. If you would like to make a hotel reservation for the 2015 conference, please visit the accommodation page for information.