Economic Developer of the Year Award
RECOGNIZE! CELEBRATE! HONOUR!
Sharing our stories and celebrating our successes will ensure that economic development initiatives continue to grow. In 1995, the Cando Economic Developer of the Year Award was created to recognize and promote recent or long-standing Aboriginal economic development initiatives throughout Canada.
Three outstanding examples of Aboriginal economic development were awarded for their hard work over the year. Delegates at the National Conference voted in three categories:
Congratulations to this year’s ED of the Year Award Winners & Recognition Recipients!
2014 ED of the Year Award Winners
L-R: Bertram Mercer, Nisga'a Lisims Government; Chris Hartman, Tsawwassen First Nation Economic Development Corporation; David Acco, Acosys Consulting Services. Credit: Sean Fenzl Photography
2014 ED of the Year Award Recognition Recipients
L-R: Tony Jacobs, Tsawwassen First Nation; Elaine Carter, Frog Lake First Nation; Brad McAllister, MEDO Care Pharmacy. Credit: Sean Fenzl Photography
ED of the Year Award Nominees Presentations
Acosys Consulting Services (Aboriginal Private Sector Business Category)
Chris Hartman (Individual EDO Category)
Elaine Carter (Individual EDO Category)
MEDO Care Pharmacy (Aboriginal Private Sector Business Category)
Nisga’a Lisims Government (Community Category)
Tsawwassen First Nation (Community Category)
To learn more about Cando's Economic Developer of the Year Award, visit ED of the Year page.