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Friday, July 30, 2010

KENSEL TRACY: The Aboriginal Human Resource Council is Good For Business in Canada

by Kensel Tracy

When one talks with Aboriginal Kelly Lindsey,MBA, the President and CEO of the Aboriginal Human Resource Council,(AHRC) you can’t help but marvel at what Kelly is doing for Aboriginals in Canada. The AHRC is responsible for getting employers in Canada to consider hiring Canada’s Aboriginal people in a variety of industry segments. These industries include: forestry, banking, mining, the oil industry and other industries all across Canada.

The who’s who of Canadian companies such as Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of Montreal, Cameco, SNC Lavilen, Syncrude, TD Bank, CIBC and IBM all are working the council to help train, develop, hire and build an Aboriginal work force in Canada. With over one million Aboriginal people now living and working throughout the country the AHRC has a mission to break cycle which has stereo typed Aboriginals throughout history and now provides opportunities for Aboriginals to enter the workforce and make meaningful contributions in helping organizations to grow and prosper.

The council was formed in 1998 as a national not-for-profit organization. Today, as a thriving social enterprise, it is a national Canadian based organization based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, with a mandate to advance the full labour market participation of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada and Indigenous Peoples around the world.

AHRC products, services and networks are designed to help organizations understand the value of inclusion while advancing workplace strategies. Their transformed workplaces position them to become employers-of-choice for the growing and diverse supply of well-trained, highly motivated Indigenous workers. AHRC programs also help members of the Indigenous community obtain essential skills, design career paths and get connected to inclusive employers.

AHRC pursues a mandate and conducts its business through connections, partnerships and mutually beneficial solutions that build bridges between the business, union, Indigenous, education and government communities. AHRC also has a proven track record as an ISO 9001:2008 accredited organization that is proud to deliver service excellence and leadership in Indigenous workplace inclusion.

To support the various programs, Federal and provincial government partners invest in AHRC’s work through applied projects and research to advance the many facets of inclusion. AHRC has a growing group of Leadership Circle partners includes leading Canadian and international companies that are committed to Indigenous workplace inclusion – forging new solutions with the council.

AHRC’s Leadership Circle partners access the organization’s products and services to develop inclusive workplace practices and share these among the peer network. They also act as a sounding board for new product development and important human resource issues and trends. Along with its governance champions and board members, they play an active role in the organization’s strategic direction to build a more inclusive world; starting in the workplace.

The AHRC also has a charitable arm that raises funds to advance Aboriginal Peoples in Canada and Indigenous Peoples in the world of work.

To contact the council see or

Kensel Tracy is a Marketing Coach with the Corporate Coachworkz Inc. located in Chelsea Quebec and is dedicated to helping small, medium and large sized business organizations grow and prosper. He is also President of Business Over Breakfast Clubs of North America. If you you have a story of interest on business in the Canadian market, he can be reached at

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