The eligible members are those persons engaged in trade, commerce or the economic and social welfare of the [virtual] district.
The Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce has as its members, business and corporate entities. Aside from the Individual and Student categories, no person is a member of the Chamber, only the entities which they represent.
The Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce membership structure consists of three membership categories:
Professional and Business
Business entities (large or small) that are majority owned.
Corporate and Government Agency
The entities in this category do not need to be majority Aboriginal owned. Corporations enjoy special benefits that are being added regularly.
Individual/Youth (35 and under)
Individuals who do not have their own business, nor are they applying as part of or on behalf of an organization/entity. Such individuals may receive benefits but no voting privileges.