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Edmonton Journal – New $5 million fund aims to help aboriginal women launch businesses

Nicole Rob 1

Edmonton Journal – New $5 million fund aims to help aboriginal women launch businesses

An excellent article from the Edmonton Journal that show cases two inspiring Indigenous women who have received loans from IBC for their businesses. These women understand the barriers to entrepreneurship and why we need a New Narrative for Indigenous women entrepreneurs.

‘“I want to thank the people who were set against me … because I wouldn’t be here today without them,” she said Tuesday, speaking from 70 Quarter Circle Ranch, about 100 km east of Calgary.’

 

Click here to read the article: New $5 million fund aims to help aboriginal women launch businesses

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