Economic Development

The Anishinaabek, Mushkegowuk, Onkwehonwe, and Lenape Peoples have relationships, rights, and responsibilities to the lands and water, which are drawn from sacred law and traditional law. We are the original stewards of the land and we believe that what we do to the land we do to ourselves, and to our future generations.

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ONTARIO FIRST NATION ECONOMIC DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION

Mission Statement:

“The Ontario First Nations Economic Developers Association (OFNEDA) will support a working environment and research centre that will enhance and promote economies that are viable and culturally sensitive, as defined by each First Nation community.

The Ontario First Nations Economic Developers Association (OFNEDA) is dedicated to stimulating economic growth for Ontario’s First Nations by generating and supporting economic and business development initiatives. ONFEDA helps First Nations by coordinating the efforts of a growing number of community-based economic development professionals across the province, and creating strong and sustainable partnerships.”

http://ofneda.com/

CONTACT THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SECTOR

Contact:

Amy Lickers, Director of Economic Development
Email: Amy.Lickers@coo.org

Toronto office
(416) 597-1266
toll free at:
1-877-517-6527

Department of Economic Development

Amy Lickers, Director of Economic Development
Amy.Lickers@coo.org


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Resources for First Nation Communities

A number of dynamic, practical tools exist to support First Nations communities, entrepreneurs and businesses in creating, encouraging, and cultivating community investments.  The Chiefs of Ontario have worked in collaboration with a number of partners to support the development and distribution of the following resources: First Nations Community Economic Profile Guide A community economic profile… View Article
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