Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

Association looking for best Aboriginal forestry leaders

Northern Ontario Business

Forestry is ingrained in the collective DNA of Canada’s Aboriginal people. “It’s just innate in our communities,” said J.P. Gladu, president-CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business. “We know how to live in the forest and utilize the forestry. “We used to do prescribed burning and we have incredible traditional knowledge on the landscape so we’ve always been a part of it. Now we’re becoming more engaged on the business end of it.”

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