The Cedar lake community futures program is hosting an indigenous woman’s entrepreneur workshop.
This is part of a larger program that was introduced last March.
Michelle Pruder, with community futures north central development, explained it introduces indigenous women to business development, business practices, and other women from across the country in regard to their experience.
Here Pruder talks about grants and funding.
Pruder explained that a portion of the loan is forgivable as financial capability is one of the hurdles stopping women from becoming entrepreneurs
The Workshop will be running this Monday from 5:30 to 9 pm at the Pas regional library, to register you can call 204 627 5452, and listen to the full interview at the pas today.