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    Impakt | The Indigenous Women’s Loan Fund
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    The Indigenous Women’s Loan Fund

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    On June 21, National Aboriginal Day, IBC launched Canada’s first loan fund designated for Indigenous women in Alberta. The urgent need for this fund has been documented in a new Impakt report, jointly funded by Indian Business Corporation (IBC) and Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC). We are happy to share with you中国福利彩票注册: Creating a New Narrative: Empowering Indigenous Women Through Entrepreneurship. 

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    View the report: Creating a New Narrative: Empowering Indigenous Women Through Entrepreneurship

     

    Read more about Megan Currie, of X-ing Designs, who designed the report and the logo for the Indigenous Women’s Loan Fund.

     

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