Métis Facts ... Did You Know? Louis Riel Day Each year on November 16th, commemorative ceremonies are hosted throughout British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario -- to celebrate and honour Louis Riel's contributions to the country and to the his people, the Métis. Louis Riel is recognized [...]
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A New Way to Learn Preventative Measures In early 2019, Preventative Measures was established when a need for soft skills training in the workplace and safety industry was identified and that gap needed to be filled. Since then, we have had the opportunity to work with numerous organizations [...]
Métis Gift Guide 2020 [Saskatchewan] Need a gift idea? You've come to the right place! There is an increasing push to shop local over the holidays this year. Now, more than ever, locally owned businesses need our support. We, at Clarence Campeau Development Fund, hope this trend [...]
Client spotlight: Travel restrictions brings in new clients to Barrier Lake Resort With so many restrictions on where you can go since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, people have ended up exploring their own province more than ever before. This change in travel choices was a boon to Jason and [...]
Client spotlight: Emergency grant gives Aeonian spa a safety net Dawn Skwernuik founded Aeonian Esthetics & Massage in 2019 with big plans for the business, and she and her business partners were off to a great start. They’d hired three employees and were nominated for the Regina Chamber [...]
Client spotlight: Local support keeps business booming at Sandi’s Poutinerie in Meadow Lake While 2020 has been a difficult year for some businesses, others have been thriving, and Sandi’s Poutinerie in Meadow Lake is one of the lucky ones. The small restaurant had always served its meals in [...]
Client spotlight: How a creative approach helped Crew Rowhouse ride out the lockdown The COVID-19 pandemic has hit some industries harder than others. Gyms and fitness studios in particular are struggling due to tighter measures in place for those facilities.Lorne Prefontaine is the owner of Crew Rowhouse in Saskatoon. [...]
The New “Métis Entrepreneur Equity Program” Makes Clarence Campeau Development Fund First Choice for Métis EntrepreneursClarence Campeau Development Fund2020-10-20T18:58:12-06:00
The New “Métis Entrepreneur Equity Program” Makes Clarence Campeau Development Fund First Choice for Métis Entrepreneurs Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - The Clarence Campeau Development Fund (CCDF) is proud to announce the new “Métis Entrepreneur Equity Program (MEEP). The new funding was received from the National Aboriginal Capital Corporation Association [...]
Clarence Campeau Development Fund Receives $1.6M for Métis Entrepreneurship as Emergency Pandemic SupportClarence Campeau Development Fund2020-09-03T15:40:00-06:00
Clarence Campeau Development Fund Receives $1.6M for Métis Entrepreneurship as Emergency Pandemic Support Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – The Clarence Campeau Development Fund (the Fund) and the Province of Saskatchewan (the Province) have signed an Emergency Pandemic Support Agreement to support Métis economic development during COVID-19, totaling $1.6 Million. The agreement [...]
The Clarence Campeau Development Fund Process [6 Steps] Our approach to business funding is different. While the bank is focused on securing assets, we’re focused on the entrepreneur's opportunity. Entrepreneurship is a personal journey, and we want to make sure you have the right mix of experiences, skills, [...]