The Canadian Business Ethics Research Network (CBERN) began working in collaboration with the Naskapi Nation of Kawawachikamach (NNK) in early 2007. This relationship was initiated by former NNK Chief Phil Einish. The goal was to ensure that the Naskapi people benefited from mining on their traditional territories and avoided the negative impacts caused by previous mining activity by the Iron Ore Company of Canada.  

The results of our ten-year partnership:


Knowledge Needs Assessment
School Curriculum Development
Community Well-being Baseline Study


“Listening to the Land” Documentary Project
Responsible Investment Project