Professional, Scientific and Technical Services (SC-54)

McCulloch Consulting
969 Willow Street, PO Box 5, Millbrook
Truro
Nova Scotia
Darlene McCulloch
Owner
902-222-5315
902-252-7985
100%
Mi’kmaq
54
McDonald White Legal Services
P.O. Box 224
Conne River
Newfoundland and Labrador
Judy A. White
Partner
7098821271
709-882-1247
100%
Other FN
54
Mi’kma-way Cultural Consultation
550 Church Street
Indian Brook
Nova Scotia
Nathan Sack
Owner
902-292-0111
100%
Mi’kmaq
54
Mi’kmaq/Maliseet Assoc of Social Ser Professionals
66 Duval Court
Fredericton
New Brunswick
Sandra Germain
Director
506-451-8525
506.454.5024
100%
Other FN
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Multiple Business Services Inc
1 King Street
Stephenville
Newfoundland and Labrador
Anne Hart
President
709-643-5891
709-643-5197
100%
Mi’kmaq
N2N.net Inc. (N2N)
4211 North Carlton Rd
Summerside
Prince Edward Island
Jeff Brant
CEO
902-887-3367
100%
Mi’kmaq
54
Nation2Nation Consulting
61 Meredith Avenue
Saint John
New Brunswick
Jason Peters
President
506-651-7438
100%
Mi’kmaq

While the term “Two Solitudes” was originally used to describe the disconnect between Canada’s Anglophone and Francophone communities, it also resonates when considering the invisible barriers that seem to exist between Indigenous and non-Indigenous business. With these barriers built on a foundation of colonialism and racism, despite Canada’s efforts to come to grips with its past, poor communication between First Nation and non-First Nation communities, and a lack of awareness of the opportunities for economic collaboration have left these barriers largely unchallenged. Failing to appreciate how First Nations communities may do business differently, and a fear of approaching an unfamiliar culture have also contributed to the problem. As a First Nations businessman who grew up “off the reserve” Jason Peters has personal knowledge of these ‘Two Solitudes’, and is uniquely positioned to facilitate dialogue between them. Canada’s Aboriginal people are the fastest growing demographic in the country. This growth in population, combined with an increased desire to understand and appreciate Indigenous culture among non-Indigenous Canadians, means that the time is right to promote a new era of collaboration between businesses and First Nations Communities. Jason Peters’ experience as a business leader, paired with his relationships with First Nations communities and his understanding of their economic frameworks mean Nation2Nation Consulting is poised to create a new business trend in the region, and to drive a wave of mutually beneficial economic collaboration.

 

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Native Council Economic Development Agency
P.O. Box 1320
Truro
Nova Scotia
Randy Cochrane
CEO
902-843-3720
902-843-3552
100%
Other FN
54
NGAI
POBox 29048
St.John’s
Newfoundland and Labrador
Bob Gosse
CEO
709-685-1837
709-237-0113
51% – 70%
Other FN
54
O’Donnell Law
150 Cliffe Street, PO Box R5
St. Mary’s First Nation
New Brunswick
Jayme O’Donnell
Owner
506-455-3900
506-455-3322
51% – 70%
Other FN
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