Fitzgerald speaks at Ottawa Conference

The 2012 Aboriginal Entrepreneurs Conference is being held in Ottawa this week. With more than 400 participants from across Canada, the conference will highlight the significant role Aboriginal people and businesses are playing in the economic development of Canada.

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UEBO Receives Community Partnership Award

The Strait Campus of the Nova Scotia Community College held its Student Success Awards ceremony Wednesday evening in Port Hawkesbury. One of the highlights of the evening was the presentation of the Community Partnership award to the Unama’ki Economic Benefits Office in Membertou.

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Annual Report 2011

A First Nations Model for Economic Development and Training

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Province Supports Success of Unama’ki Economic Benefits Office

Nova Scotia Premier Darrell Dexter was in Membertou Monday to announce more than $640,000 over two years for the Unama’ki Economic Benefits Office.

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First Nations Study Purchasing Power of Household Spending

A new economic study has identified that the five First Nation Communities in Cape Breton (Unama’ki) spend a total of over $107 million.

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Unama’ki Chiefs Meet With Cape Breton Partnership and ECBC

The Unama’ki Economic Benefits Office (UEBO) hosted a meeting of the five Unama’ki Chiefs on Dec.9 in Membertou. The chiefs received a briefing on a new economic strategy for Cape Breton that the Cape Breton Partnership is about to launch.

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First Nations Partner with Coast Guard College

The Unama’ki Economic Benefits Office (UEBO) has formed a partnership with the Canadian Coast Guard College in Point Edward. Members of the Steering Committee for the UEBO met at the Coast Guard College this week.

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