National Aboriginal Economic Development Board
The National Aboriginal Economic Development Board is an advisory body to the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development. It provides advice to government on strategies approaches and programs aimed at promoting greater economic development for Canada's Aboriginal people whether of First Nations, Inuit or Métis heritage.
The Board was established through Order in Council in 1990.
The Board is comprised of up to 20 members including a Chair and up to three
Vice-Chairs. All members are appointed by the Governor in Council.
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