Some organizations we have worked with include:


Some examples of work include:


Government
BC Public Service Agency
First Peoples' Cultural Council (Crown Corporation)
​Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation

Ministry of Education (Open School BC)
​Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training
Ministry of Health
​Ministry of Forests



Non-Profits

Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria

The Nature Conservancy of Canada

Mkombozi Centre for Street Children
White Orange Youth







​​​Educational Institutions
​​BCcampus ​

Pacific School of Innovation and Inquiry
University of Victoria, Indigenous Education
Royal Roads University ​
Victoria School District
Pemberton School District
Vernon School District


Indigenous Organizations/Nations

Victoria Native Friendship Centre 
BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres 
Ts'wulhtun Health Centre (Cowichan Tribes)
​Unified Aboriginal Youth Collective
Métis Nation BC

Moosehide Campaign

Indigenous Perspective Society



  • Building and Transforming Relationships with Indigenous Peoples:  Helping work teams to make sense of what reconciliation and Indigenous rights mean, and to implement transformative action that is customized for their needs.  Including development and delivery of training, creation and implementation of reconciliation action plans, and relationship-building and engagement. See our brochure for this work, done in partnership with Roundtable Consulting.


  • Strategic planning for Métis Nation BC and Métis Women of BC, Unified Aboriginal Youth Collective, Indigenous Heritage Circle, and Ts’ewulhtun Health Centre of Cowichan Tribes (with Roundtable Consulting)


  • Developing print and online learning resources on cultural wellness for Métis Nation BC


  • Facilitating a reconciliation dialogue for the Victoria Native Friendship Centre


  • "Called to Action" Workshops:  Developing and delivery training workshops, through the Public Service Agency, for BC government employees to help them understand and implement the UN Declaration on the Rights on Indigenous Peoples and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action.  


  • Business planning and strategic communications with First Peoples’ Cultural Council


  • Supporting non-profit agencies to work with Indigenous peoples (Immigrant and Cultural Association of Victoria, The Nature Conservancy of Canada, and others) 


  • Curriculum development with Victoria Native Friendship Centre, Indigenous Perspectives Society, Moosehide Campaign and others



  • Developing and delivering financial literacy and retirement planning curricula for Indigenous learners (BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres)


  • Providing teachers-in-training with workshops on how to incorporate Indigenous content and perspectives in a culturally-respectful way (University of Victoria)

  • Community engagement and development of recommendations for BC's Labour Market Information Office to support them with including Indigenous perspectives and content in their labour market reporting in a culturally-respectful way.

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  • Open Learning resources for BC First Nations Studies 12, focusing on contemporary Indigenous issues and Indigenous rights (through Open School BC).​

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  • Workshops and resources to support educators and pre-service teachers with incorporating Indigenous content and ways of teaching into their classrooms.

  

  • Creating open learning resources for the Ministry of Education to demonstrate personalized, inter-disciplinary learning approaches based on the new K-12 curriculum.

 

 

  • Development of youth engagement strategies for Indigenous youth (for the BC Government and Aboriginal Friendship Centres).

 

  • Training modules on life skills and health education.

 

  • Successful grant development for Indigenous organizations, schools, non-profits, etc.