The Canadian Council For Aboriginal Business Honours Hilda Broomfield Letemplier with the 2024 Aboriginal Business Lifetime Achievement Award

The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) has recently announced five award recipients for CCAB’s 40th Anniversary Gala Award Dinner this May.

Hilda Broomfield Letemplier has been awarded the Aboriginal Business Lifetime Achievement Award. This award honours Indigenous business leaders who have built full and rich careers. It pays tribute to outstanding Indigenous business people across the country who are well-advanced in their careers and have built a legacy that serves as an example of excellence. Past NIEDB Member recipients of this award include Dawn Madahbee Leach and Chief Terry Paul.

Hilda has dedicated her work to fostering sustainable business growth. Her unwavering commitment to cultural preservation, coupled with a keen business acumen, has contributed greatly the empowerment and growth of Indigenous women in business. She has set the standard for future generations to follow. Hilda’s hard work and dedication is an inspiring testament to what economic reconciliation looks like in real time.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Hilda, and the additional award recipients: Nyden Iron-Nighttraveller, Annette Morgan, Mark Little and Det’on Cho Group of Companies. Congratulations!

For more information, please visit: Awards – CCAB