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Atlantic Aboriginal Economic Developers’ Network

The Atlantic Aboriginal Economic Developers' Network (AAEDN) is a network of Economic Development Officers (EDO's) in all of the Chiefs' communities across Atlantic Canada.  The purpose of this network is to share information and to strategically align communities to provide the tools and resources needed to participate in Atlantic Canada's Economic prosperity.

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Atlantic First Nations Housing Needs Assessment - Press Release

The purpose of the Atlantic First Nations Housing Needs Assessment (AFNHNA) was to identify housing challenges and needs for First Nations communities in the Atlantic Region. The AFNHNA represents a major milestone in the First Nations effort to more effectively account for the housing challenges in the region’s communities.

Atlantic First Nations Housing Needs Assessment: Click on Link for- Brouchure

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Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office: A Model to Build On

In collaboration with the Conference Board of Canada, The Atlantic Policy Congress (APC) of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat releases report highlighting critical success factors in establishing meaningful partnerships between Atlantic First Nations and governments and corporate sectors.

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Media Release: Indigenous Economy in Atlantic Canada Exceeds $1 Billion in Annual Spending

The Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs Secretariat (APC) has completed a panprovincial assessment of the Atlantic Indigenous economy. The study titled, 1.14 Billion Strong: Indigenous Economic Performance in Atlantic Canada, consisted of collecting and analysing financial data from band operations throughout Atlantic Canada.

APCFNC Economic Impact Media Release April 27 (Français)

APCFNC Economic Impact Media Release April 27

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