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Aboriginal Peoples

RBC Financial Group has a long history of service to the Aboriginal community. We have supported Aboriginal initiatives with specialized products and our educational programs and grants support Aboriginal community development. We have seven branches in First Nation communities, one branch in each of the three regions in Nunavut and 14 dedicated Aboriginal banking managers.

Our focus in Aboriginal communities is on youth, training, education, and economic development.

2005 Highlights

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Local Initiatives

  • Edmonton, Alberta: The Royal Eagles, a group of dedicated RBC employees, raised $1,000 from buffalo burger sales at the fourth annual Royal Eagles National Aboriginal Day Barbeque. Proceeds went to the Amiskwaciy Academy hot lunch program.

  • Kenora, Ontario: RBC donated $10,000 to The Alzheimer Society of Kenora/Rainy River District to help deliver its Community Education Program. Part of the donation will also help fund the translation of educational materials to Ojibway and Oji-Cree.

  • Mirimachi, New Brunswick: Two RBC Royal Bank branches donated $1,000 to the Mirimachi Youth House.

  • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan: RBC celebrated the Twelfth Annual National Aboriginal Achievement Award winners. The Awards recognize career achievements by aboriginal professionals in diverse occupations.


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