Funding for Aboriginal Entrepreneurs

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al and Federal Governments announced more funding for the development of aboriginal businesses today. The funding of 250 thousand dollars a year for the next 3 years will go to the Northeast Aboriginal Business & Wellness Centre in Fort St. John. Paulette Flamond is the manager and says this program to help aboriginals to start businesses has been extremely successful in the region
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Grants were also given today to the Kootenay Aboriginal Business Advocates Society. In total 1 point 5 million dollars will be given out to help aboriginal entrepreneurs.

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