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NORTHEASTERN ALBERTA ABORIGINAL BUSINESS ASSOCIATION (NAABA)

 

 

Phone: 780-791-0478
Fax: 780-714-6485
Email: admin@naaba.ca

 

Office Location:

(Inside Willbros Canada)

1005 Memorial Drive

Highway 63

Fort McMurray, AB

T9K 0K4

 

Mailing Address:
Box 5993, Stn. Main
Fort McMurray, AB
T9H 4V9

The Northeastern Alberta Aboriginal Business Association (NAABA) is a non-profit organization that consists of a growing interest group of Aboriginal Businesses, committed to enhancing and creating an environment, which promotes businesses, jobs, and training for the betterment of all Aboriginal people in the region. Our association certifies that all Full Members are qualified by at least 51% Aboriginal ownership and are local to the Wood Buffalo region.

Our Vision

Aboriginal Strength, Unity and Opportunity in Business

Our Mission

Aboriginal Business working with Industry; enhancing opportunities by

promoting business development in the Wood Buffalo region. 



Our Corporate Values

NAABA values long term relationships with Full and Associate members. NAABA ensures that their Full members are at least 51% Aboriginal owned and majority controlled businesses.

 

Appeal Committee 2016 - 2019

Three members out of the Full Membership:

Dwayne Roth (Fort McKay Metis Group Ltd.)

Ashley Shears (Saskana Safety Ltd.)

Marie Cheecham (Willow Lake Paramedical Services Inc.)


Four members of the Board of Directors:

Ray Hines (Hines Industrial Site Services Group Ltd.)

Shaun Janvier (Janvier Management Ltd.)

Cheryl Alexander (C & O Consulting Ltd.)

Tyrone Brass (Bayzik Electrical, Valve & Instrumentation Inc.)



Business Objectives


  1. Promote and facilitate public relations of Aboriginal businesses and NAABA.
  2. Business Development
  3. Strengthening relationships between Industry and Membership
  4. Embracing and enhancing the needs of membership to meet the vision of opportunity and unity
  5. Supporting educational strategies

 

Business Development
Providing resources to assist the development of Aboriginal businesses
Promotion of mutual support and networking among Aboriginal businesses
Providing connections for the entire Aboriginal business community Bylaws

 

 NAABA Bylaws