Federal Framework for Aboriginal Economic Development
On June 29, 2009, Minister Strahl announced a new “Federal Framework for Aboriginal Economic Development” that will focus the federal government's actions – from programs to legislation to partnerships – to increase the participation of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in the Canadian economy and improve economic actions for Aboriginal peoples in all parts of Canada.
This new Framework will adopt a modern and comprehensive approach to Aboriginal economic development that is opportunity-driven and puts emphasis on building strategic partnerships with Aboriginal groups, the private sector, and the provinces and territories.
The Framework will maximize federal investments by: strengthening Aboriginal entrepreneurship; enhancing the value of Aboriginal assets; forging new and effective partnerships to maximize economic development opportunities; developing Aboriginal human capital; and better focusing the role of the Federal Government.
- Federal Framework for Aboriginal Economic Development
- A New Federal Framework for Aboriginal Economic Development… At a Glance
- Renovating Programs in Support of Lands and Economic Development
- Strategic Partnerships Initiative – Overview
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