Indigenous Education Resource

We often talk about the significance of education around Indigenous history and issues and how meaningful it is when non-Indigenous people take the initiative to learn. It simultaneously minimizes the emotional labour on Indigenous Peoples and advances reconciliation. We also know it can be an overwhelming task.  There are many resources available, books to read […]

BIPOC – What’s the harm?

Language to reduce harm on Indigenous Peoples Where did the term BIPOC come from and why do we use it? When we consider the term BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) and whether it encapsulates who we are as a people and a company, we must first understand the historical context behind the term. […]

What does Truth and Reconciliation mean to you?

The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is September 30, and the team at pipikwan pêhtâkwan reflected on what the day means to us. Reconciliation isn’t something we often discuss within our team interactions, though it’s embedded into the processes of our company structure. We don’t stop to think about, ‘how can we Indigenize our [...]