2021 AWARDEES

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Kekuli Cafe Merritt

Young Entrepreneur of the Year

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Sisters Sage

Business of the Year one to two person enterprise

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Indigenous Corporate Training Inc.

Business of the Year three to 10 person enterprise

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Tsawwassen Shuttles Inc.

Business of the Year 11+ person enterprise

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Thunderbird RV Park & Cottage Resort

Community-Owned Business of the Year one entity

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Gitmaxmak’ay Nisga’a Economic Development Corporation

Community-Owned Business of the Year two or more entities

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Salish Seas LP

Business Partnership of the Year

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Ken Cameron

Award of Distinction

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Honouring excellence and inspiring achievement in Indigenous business and entrepreneurship throughout the province

Recognizing excellence of Indigenous entrepreneurship, the Indigenous Business Award (IBA) program offers awardees and their supporters an authentic space to showcase their achievements, build bridges between BC’s Indigenous and non-Indigenous economies, and celebrate success, diversity and inclusion.

Congratulations to the 2021 IBA Awardees! Click here to read the press release.

To learn more about the Awardees, visit our YouTube channel and watch the 2021 IBA Recognition films or click on the red button above.

We gratefully acknowledge the financial support for the IBA program provided by the Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation.

To be able to bring business and culture together to help people work effectively with Indigenous Peoples across the country has been one of the best opportunities of my life.

2021 Awardee, Bob Joseph, Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. - Business of the Year 3-10 person category