Fort St. John event hopes to connect Aboriginal entrepreneurs

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Aboriginal entrepreneurs and communities will have the chance to connect with Canadians at an event taking place in Fort St. John this September.

The event will be put on by Aboriginal Business Match BC Northeast and will run from Sept. 21 to Sept. 23 at the Fort St. John Curling Club. Held in partnership with the Doig River First Nation reserve, the event aims to connect aboriginal entrepreneurs and communities with the private sector to create opportunities for business.

Early bird registration wraps up on August 9. Event-goers hopping to register afterwards will have to pay the regular price for the event.

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For more information, visit the Aboriginal Business Match BC Northeast website here.

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