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If there is to be reconciliation, first there must be truth.

~Timothy B Tyson


Perhaps one of the most critical statements in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada's summary report is "Reconciliation is not an Aboriginal problem; it is a Canadian one."

I am a Canadian.

And as a Canadian and a business owner I believe I have an obligation to reconciliation actions, to do my part in ensuring that active conversations about reconciliation continue.

Raising awareness for reconciliation

I have much to learn about reconciliation and the Indigenous peoples that shape Canada's culture and economy. It is with the utmost respect and admiration that I will continue to educate myself on their past and present achievements so that I can help to celebrate these peoples as an integral and powerful part of my community.

I invite you to join me on my learning journey and strike conversation as we collaborate in our work together. Some resources I have found valuable include:

  • SevGen Consulting - an Indigenous-owned consulting firm that provides Indigenous cultural awareness training to municipalities and corporations, as well as many other innovative programs.

  • Indigenous Canada - a high-level introductory and * free online * course through the University of Alberta that explores Indigenous histories and contemporary issues in Canada.