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Aboriginal Services 

Your Issues Matter to Us

We are committed to building successful relationships with First Nations and Aboriginal peoples in Canada. We work with Aboriginal Peoples, regional and national councils and associations, Aboriginal businesses and individuals. We also provide advisory services to organizations seeking to become involved in Aboriginal communities and to Aboriginal-owned businesses in various industries.

Aboriginal Services


Peter J. Ranson

Peter J. Ranson

Office Managing Partner and Tax Services, and National Leader, Aboriginal Services


Upcoming Events

The 2014/2015 Aboriginal Scholarship Program is now available.

Please click here for more details.

We Tailor Our Approach


KPMG’s Aboriginal Services practice is coordinated on a national basis to ensure cohesion, consistency, and an ability to deliver the highest quality of professional services to our clients. We believe our presence in Aboriginal communities enhances our ability to deliver efficient, cost-effective services, and to be accessible wherever our clients need us.


Working with you, our trusted advisers can help you to succeed. We can evaluate business opportunities and help you choose an effective business model and structure from a taxation and operational perspective. Our aboriginal client services team can help you conduct economic reviews to help you deal with the current fiscal realities and plans for the future. We can also assist with your particular needs for infrastructure planning, operational improvement, organizational transformation and IT innovation, etc. While our independent audit can give you confidence in your organization’s financial statements.


Our Edge


We have a large Aboriginal client base, with deep and long standing relationshipsfrom coast to coast. As well, we are genuinely involved in the communities and intimately understand their needs. The extensive experience we’ve gained by working with our Aboriginal clients has given us a great deal of insight into the issues facing Aboriginal organizations of all sizes and complexities. The local knowledge and resources we bring are complemented by our ability to access ourprovincial, national and global resources as needed.