October 6, 2017 in Event, News

Milton Tootoosis speaks to CFWE FM Radio

Milton Tootoosis gives host Dustin McGladrey the details on the upcoming Economic Partnership Summit.

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July 27, 2017 in News

Reaffirming support for Economic Partnership Summit – Meridian Booster

By Jessica Dempsey/Lloydminster Meridian Booster During Monday’s Governance and Priorities Committee meeting, Mayor Gerald Aalbers reaffirmed the city’s support of the annual Indigenous Economic Partnership summit. The summit will be…

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October 15, 2015 in News

Connecting local business and industry leaders – Newcap News

The 3rd Indigenous Economic Partnership Summit was aimed at connecting local business and industry leaders with indigenous communities. They will be discussing best practices, seeing business models and will examine successful... Read More
October 23, 2014 in Archives

2014 I-Summit was held on October 15, 16 & 17

The Indigenous Economic Partnership Summit will bring together Treaty 6 Indigenous leaders and community members as well as Non-Indigenous Industry Leaders,  with the objective of making connections & exploring opportunities…

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October 7, 2014 in Archives

Newcap News Clip about upcoming 2014 Summit

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October 22, 2013 in Archives

Success for the 2013 Inaugural Indigenous Economic Partnership

The Summit began with a reception on Oct. 21st featuring a number of guest speakers. The Honorable Rob Norris, Minister Of Advanced Education was on hand as well as George…

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2015 IEPS Recap Pictures– The 2015 Indigenous Economic Summit held on October , 2015 was an absolute success once again. Thank you to everyone who contributed to this annual event. Special thank you to all of our Partners and Sponsors.

Metis promotes business programs– Saskatchewan’s Metis Economic Sector hung up a business shingle at the Indigenous Economic Partnership summit in Lloydminster to promote its programs and services. The 2015 I-Summit was an opportunity not to be missed, as it brought together Treaty 6, First Nations, Metis and non Indigenous industry leaders.

I-Summit connect Treaty 6 leaders- Lloydminster Source news item– The 2015 Indigenous Economic Partnership summit held at the Lloydminster Exhibition Grounds promoted economic reconciliation. The I-Summit brought together about 200 delegates from several Treaty 6 First Nations and Metis communities as well.

Connecting Local business and industry leaders- NewCap news.– Variation Connecting local business and industry leaders with indigenous communities. Discussing best practices, business models and examining successful partnerships.

Stronger Together: Joint First Nations-Municipal Community Economic Development Toolkit– What is the Stronger Together Toolkit? The Stronger Together Toolkit shares the experiences and lessons learned from 16 communities that are part of the joint First Nations-municipal Community Economic Development Initiative (CEDI), a pilot program delivered by FCM and Cando.

Map – Treaty Boundaries, Location of First Nations, & Treaty Sites in Saskatchewan
Variation in depicted Treaty boundaries including: Canada Indian Treaties, General Location of Indian Reserves, Map of the Dominion of Canada 1908, Map Showing Mounted Police Stations 1888, Map of Part of the North West Territory 1877.

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A year of reconciliation in Saskatoon– Angela Hill | August 12, 2015
Saskatoon has kicked off a year of reconciliation, but what exactly does that mean? Figuring that out is the first step in the year, said Rhett Sangster, director or reconciliation and community partnerships with the Office of the Treaty Commissioner (OTC).

Saskatoon to host 2016 World Indigenous Business Forum– Aboriginal business leaders from around the world will have an opportunity to share their ideas at an upcoming forum in Saskatoon next summer. The city has been selected as the site of the 2016 World Indigenous Business Forum. The forum, which is expected to attract about 1,000 delegates.

Comments from Mayor Rob Saunders – “I thought the inaugural Indigenous Economic Partnership Summit in Lloydminster was a great success! On behalf of Lloydminster City Council, we would like to thank the Lloydminster Chamber of Commerce and all the First Nations organizers for bringing First Nations people, band chiefs, businesses, local municipal, provincial, federal governments, and educational institutions together for a day of networking and information sharing. We certainly look forward to the next I- Summit in Lloydminster”. Mayor Rob Saunders, City of Lloydminster.