Our Partners

National Association of Indigenous Workers (NAIW)

There is always power in numbers and now Indigenous people can connect their efforts with others to create a strong and unified voice. The National Association of Indigenous Workers (NAIW) is the collective voice of Indigenous workers in Canada.

The organization is dedicated to promoting the skills and talents of First Nation, Inuit and Métis employees across the country. By providing employers with the information and resources necessary to engage an Indigenous workforce, NAIW members can reach new markets and better jobs.


Working Warriors

Working Warriors is an innovative, user friendly system designed to connect a growing Indigenous workforce to employment opportunities with industry partners.

Living in remote regions where employment opportunities may be limited or in urban areas where there is little communication with employers, Indigenous individuals and communities can use the Working Warriors website and the services of our partners to gain access to economic development and employment opportunities on national level.

With an ever expanding and complex global economy, we recognize that the concern for effective indigenous engagement is felt well beyond our national borders. We have designed our Working Warriors platform to be easily translated and utilized as a bridge between industry and an indigenous workforce in communities across the world.


Our Accreditations

Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

For over 25 years CCAB has produced mutually beneficial relationships between the Aboriginal community and businesses operating in Canada. CCAB offers top quality programs and services that help facilitate sustainable relations and collaboration between the Canadian business sector and First Nation, Inuit, and Métis people.


Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB)

Modern Clan Marketing Communications complies with all aspects of the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB). Under PSAB, qualified Aboriginal firms can bid on government procurement contracts through several business arrangements, such as sub-contracting and joint ventures with other firms.