Supporting Indigenous Cultures showcases the Canadian organizations, academic institutions, and partnerships working to support Indigenous peoples in reaching their highest potential and in building strong communities.
Mediaplanet Canada is grateful to be working on the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishinaabe, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat peoples and what is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples. We also acknowledge that Toronto is covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit.
The University of Ottawa has released a new guide to aid organization’s in fostering collaborative partnerships with Indigenous communities.
Carey Price, Olympic gold medalist, Canadiens goaltender, and member of the Ulkatcho First Nation, reflects on his life on the ice and back in Anahim Lake, BC.
As workplaces become more virtual, the Indigenous Professional Association of Canada shares ways organizations can seek out young Indigenous professionals.
At Bow Valley College in Alberta, Indigenous students have access to invaluable expertise, support, and community fostered by many Elders on campus.
Humber College’s Indigenous Education and Engagement support service centre helps Indigenous students find their home and family away from home.
The COVID-19 pandemic prompted Friendship Centres to adapt to changing needs, and they remain crucial resources for urban Indigenous peoples across Canada.
As Canada reignites its economic engines, Hydro One works alongside Indigenous communities to build a better, brighter future for all of Ontario.
For Sodexo Canada, partnerships with Indigenous Communities and Nations goes beyond day-to-day business but instead focuses on lasting impact and economic reconciliation.
Businesses don’t consider supplier diversity often enough, according to the CAMSC, which connects underrepresented businesses to corporate supply chains.
Bob Joseph from Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. discusses how organizations can support Indigenous communities, businesses, and employees during COVID-19.
Lorraine Whitman, President of the Native Women’s Association of Canada, on the importance of police reform in light of violence against Indigenous communities.