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First Nations Bank of Canada (FNBC)

– First Nations Bank of Canada  became a Friend of the Strategy in
August 2023 –

Company Overview

First Nations Bank of Canada (FNBC) is a Canadian chartered bank primarily focused on providing financial services to the Indigenous marketplace in Canada. FNBC is over 86% Indigenous owned and controlled. Indigenous shareholders include groups from Nunavut, Northwest Territories, Yukon, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Alberta and Quebec. The Bank offers Indigenous and non-Indigenous people, corporations and governments a full range of personal and business banking services including loans, mortgages, investments (registered and non-registered), transaction accounts and cash management as well as trust services through its wholly-owned subsidiary, FNB Trust.

FNBC is an approved member of Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Canadian Payments Association and is an approved mortgage lender with Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, as well as the First Nations Market Housing Fund.

At First Nations Bank, they promote their core values of understanding, excellence, accountability, honesty, equality and partnerships.

They provide meaningful career opportunities in the communities where they have offices and promote a positive and fun work environment. FNBC believes in developing their employees for promotional opportunities and provide the opportunity for all employees to meet their personal and professional career aspirations.

As an organization that is over 86% Indigenous owned, they take pride in their workforce comprising of 70% Indigenous employees and the difference they are able to make in the Indigenous marketplace in Canada.

FNBC has branches in the following communities:


• Saskatoon, SK (includes Head Office)
• Meadow Lake, SK
• Buffalo River, SK
• Enoch, AB
• Winnipeg, MB
• Walpole Island ON
• Chisasibi, QC
• Whapmagoostui, QC
• Cree Nation of Nemaska, QC


• Yellowknife NT
• Fort McPherson, NT
• Iqualuit, NU
• Kugluktuk, NU
• Taloyoak, NU
• Pond Inlet, NU
• Pangnirtung, NU
• Arviat, NU
• Bear Lake, NU
• Whitehorse, YT

How FNBC supports the Indigenous community

Current and past Indigenous initiatives and Indigenous events that FNBC has participated in

Their community support places emphasis on the following areas:

Frequent positions FNBC hires for:


How can you get involved with the First Nation Bank of Canada?

You can get involved with FNBC careers by working with the team at Tokata HR Solutions 

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Michelle Brooks
Indigenous HR Strategy Manager
Tokata HR Solutions – A Division of FHQ Developments