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Office Hours: Monday to Friday from 8:30AM to 4:30PM • Doors open 9:00AM to 3:00PM


Helping people build their dreams.

About The Prince George Aboriginal Development Centre

We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Prince George Nechako Aboriginal Employment and Training Association and the Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation.

The Aboriginal Business and Community Development Centre is a nonprofit organization located in Prince George, B.C. We are involved in supporting business, community and economic development. This includes assisting entrepreneurs and communities with market research, business plan development, financial forecasting, small business loan acquisition, community economic development, economic development training, and much more.


Our mission is: Within the circle of economic and community development we help individuals pursue their dreams, strengthening lives, communities, and society.

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IWE Program

The Indigenous Women’s Entrepreneurship (IWE) Program seeks to reduce barriers that Indigenous women face when starting or growing their businesses and ensure that they have access to the training, resources, and capital they need to prosper and thrive.

Our Services


Business Development

The Aboriginal Business Development Centre can assist entrepreneurs in all stages of their business development including completing market research, writing a business plan, registering the business, acquiring financing, hiring staff, and more. We can also assist with business growth and expansions, as well as business acquisitions.


Financial Literacy

We aim to improve Financial Literacy in the community by hosting FREE Financial Literacy workshops for various groups and individuals. Workshops are interactive and conversation-based and cover topics such as banking, money management, saving, borrowing money, debt, and credit.


Community Development

The Aboriginal Business Development Centre works with Aboriginal communities in order to increase capacity and assist them to achieve their goals. This support can take many forms and may include: workshop development and hosting, provision of resources, participation on committees or Board of Directors when invited, and the facilitation of potentially useful connections between individuals and groups.

The services you have provided to us in the past is why I continue to revisit your office, website and social media pages. I continue to refer many clients to the Aboriginal Business Development Office.

MJ Community Engagement Director Live Well


Northern Aboriginal Women Empowering Northern Nations

The Prince George Aboriginal Business Development Centre has created a Best Practices manual, and it is now available to the public. Pick up your copy at our office. 

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