First Nation and Métis Business List

To meet your purchasing requirements using a First Nation or Métis supplier for a product or service, we have three simple ways to help you locate one.

First, take a look at this First Nation and Métis Business list, which can be printed if needed. Then check out the websites of those businesses, if one available, to gather details on what they provide to customers, or may be able to provide.  Learn more about how we partner with suppliers who bring financial strength and stability, excellent customer service and value-adding capabilities to our organization.

We also recommend that you take a look at four other directories.

The Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation Aboriginal Business Directory, which is jointly sponsored by Union Gas, contains more than 190 companies from across the province. The database itself allows you to search by business type and geographic region.

The national Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada Aboriginal Business Directory is administered by Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) and housed within Industry Canada's Canadian Company Capabilities (CCC) database.  It is a search engine available to the public, government and procurement community to showcase Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB) eligible businesses and their products and services.

Métis Nation of Ontario Business Directory
The founding document of the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO), identifies developing "prosperity and economic self-sufficiency within the Métis Nation" as a key objective.  In pursuit of this goal, the MNO, in 2008, adopted an economic development strategy.  With funding from Ontario and Canada, the MNO retained policy, legal and tax advice to design a model based on "best practices" and the MNO's unique needs.

A proud member of Canadian Council for Aboriginal BusinessCanadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is a national member-based business organization. They drive business opportunities and enable sustainable relationships. Their members include Aboriginal businesses, Aboriginal community owned economic development corporations, and companies operating in Canada. CCAB is non-partisan and receives no core government funding.

We'd like to thank you for visiting our First Nation and Métis Business List.

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