KITCHENER, ON, Dec. 23, 2013 /CNW/ - Interactive publishers Industry
Media announced the release of the December issue of Canadian Industry Online (CIO) magazine, which is focused on Aboriginal business in Canada.
Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Bernard Valcourt, and Ontario Minister of Aboriginal Affairs David Zimmer were keynote interviews in the December issue, both discuss the
importance of Aboriginal business to the Canadian economic landscape.
The December issue features an inside look at the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) including an interview with President JP Gladu. Also highlighted are
stories with Long Plain First Nation and BearPaw Engineering, both examples of successful endeavours in Aboriginal business.
This issue, CIO also presents behind-the-scenes highlights of guest
companies from the launch episode of Canadian Business Spotlight, in conjunction with partner CEG. Appearing in the 2014 upcoming
program: Vanguard Investments Canada, the Appraisal Institute of Canada, Moneris Solutions, Delta Hotels and Resorts, The Source, and Merrit Capital Corp. The Spotlight producers say "there is much more to come from these and
other experts in Canada's business community."
Readers are invited to share their comments on this month's content via
Facebook, and by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Contributions to the magazines are welcomed, and will be reviewed by
the Industry Media team for inclusion in the next issues.
About Industry Media
Industry Media is an interactive publishing company dedicated to serving
the information needs of business professionals in Canada and abroad.
Headquartered in Kitchener-Waterloo, Industry Media produces online
magazines Canadian Industry Online (CIO) and Global Renewables Online
(GRO), with a mandate to share Canadian innovation success nationally
and beyond, as well as showcase the best in international renewable
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