EDI Joins Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

Prince George, BC – May 26, 2022 – EDI is pleased to announce its membership in the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB). With this membership, EDI further strengthen its commitment to reconciliation, rooted in our business practices and partnerships with Indigenous communities throughout Canada.

“We are pleased to join CCAB. With their guidance we have the opportunity to create even stronger collaborative partnerships with Indigenous communities. We have long-standing relationship with various Indigenous communities. The CCAB membership will support us in creating even greater positive impacts. We are proud to come together with CCAB to learn more about Indigenous businesses, build opportunities, and establish new partnerships.” said Bob Redden, EDI CEO. EDI is committed to Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action #92 and supports Indigenous communities to build capacity and pursue economic opportunities.

About EDI

Since 1994, EDI has been providing environmental consulting services to various sectors. Our approach to managing projects is to design a technical team centered on three core areas: Biophysical, Geophysical and Human Environment. EDI is about Living Things and Where They Live. Down to Earth Biology: terrestrial, aquatic, and water sciences define our cornerstone disciplines.  We offer baseline inventories, impact assessments, mitigation planning, environmental construction monitoring, restoration and reclamation, hydrology, water quality, to environmental management plans during operations.

For more information, visit www.edynamics.com

About Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business

The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business is committed to the full participation of Indigenous peoples in Canada’s economy. A national, non-partisan association, CCAB offers knowledge, resources and programs to both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal owned companies that foster economic opportunities for Indigenous peoples and businesses across Canada.

For more information, visit www.ccab.comnn

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