Black Diamond Commits to Champion Aboriginal Procurement

News & Events
October 04, 2019
This June, Black Diamond made the commitment to become an Aboriginal Procurement Champion with the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business.  

As one of only 55 members across Canada, this move recognizes companies' demonstrated leadership and commitment to Aboriginal business and enhancing Indigenous procurement outcomes in Canada.  

CCAB is a national non-partisan, non-profit organization that provides resources, programs and knowledge to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal member companies that foster economic opportunities for Indigenous Peoples and business across Canada.  

​Black Diamond is invested in the local communities in which it works and strives to build strong relationships and partnerships structured around an approach to Indigenous engagement that is proactive and long term.

Through mutual effort and cooperation, Black Diamond's Indigenous partnerships have increased community capacity and delivered positive economic results for all parties involved. 

Black Diamond's Indigenous partnerships include the Black Diamond Dene, Black Diamond Cygnus, Black Diamond Nehiyawak, and Whitecap Black Diamond. Black Diamond is also a member of the Circle for Aboriginal Relations Society. 

​Learn more about Black Diamond's Indigenous partnerships here.