TORONTO, March 22 /CNW/ - Aboriginal Printing Corporation, Canada's largest Aboriginal printer, announced today that company president Steven Bolduc was awarded Businessman of the Year from the Toronto Aboriginal Business Association and Miziwe Biik.
"We are incredibly proud to receive this award in recognition of our efforts of creating jobs, respecting the environment and contributing positively to our communities. I want Aboriginal Printing Corporation to reflect these values," said company President Steven Bolduc. "We are so proud to be chosen for an award that stands for responsible and innovative aboriginal entrepreneurs."
Bolduc said his goal in creating Aboriginal Printing Corporation was to build opportunities for Aboriginal people while delivering high-quality printing services for customers. "Our objective is to increase more jobs and opportunities in our communities for our people while being responsible and respectful to the environment."
About Aboriginal Printing Corporation
Aboriginal Printing Corporation (www.aboriginalprinting.com) is the largest 100 per cent Aboriginal-owned printer in Canada. A full-service printer, Aboriginal Printing Corporation has rooted itself in a long tradition of high-quality print services by owning a facility that has been in operation for over 25 years.
As part of the Print Three network, it has more than 300 strategic distribution points around the globe so it can service national accounts locally, same day, across Canada and abroad. Facilities include 310 digitally equipped locations, and a large central print production facility in the Greater Toronto Area. Clients include Fortune 500 businesses, government agencies, educational institutions and small enterprise.
The Aboriginal Printing Company is a certified member of the Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council of Canada, and holds FSC and SFI certifications reflecting its environmental commitment to responsible forest management and printing. The company has also been certified by the Canadian Government as a wholly owned Aboriginal Business and met the stringent requirements under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Businesses program.
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For further information: For further information: Steven Bolduc, President, APC, (416) 363-8184