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Indigenous and Northern Communities

Indigenous and Northern Communities is a knowledge area within the Public Policy division of the Conference Board of Canada.

The success of Canada’s Indigenous and Northern Communities is widely recognized as critical to Canada’s economic growth and social cohesion. The issues are complex and sometimes conflicted. The Conference Board of Canada aims to fill the knowledge gaps in policy development and analysis within key issues such as: community resilience; labour market needs; capacity building; land use planning; infrastructure and natural resource development; and health and wellness.

The Conference Board’s Indigenous and Northern Communities-related networks and research services are ideally suited to help you understand these issues and address them within the context of your organization.

Executive Networks allow you to engage with peers and stakeholders and to participate in facilitated closed-door discussions. It is here that you will network and exchange ideas with the country’s senior corporate, Aboriginal, and public sector leaders in this area. You will also benefit from the Conference Board’s unparalleled access to a broad range of expert speakers.

The Conference Board of Canada offers a wide range of research services with access to in-depth studies and independent reports on hot-topics. It also offers custom research/services from small, short-term research projects to large-scale research investigations.


Indigenous and Northern Communities Research 


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Contact Us

For inquiries about Indigenous and Northern Communities executive networks, please contact:

Stefan Fournier
Director, Indigenous and Northern Communities
613-526-3090x449
Email imagestefan.fournier@conferenceboard.ca

For inquiries about Indigenous and Northern Communities custom research, please contact:

Adam Fiser
Associate Director
613-526-3090x391
Email imagefiser@conferenceboard.ca