Some examples of work include:

Some organizations we have worked with include:

​​​Educational Institutions
BCcampus ​
Open School BC (Ministry of Education) 
Pacific School of Innovation and Inquiry 
Pemberton School District 
Royal Roads University ​ 
University of Victoria, Indigenous Education 
Victoria School District Vernon School D​istrict

Indigenous Organizations/Nations

BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres 
First Peoples’ Cultural Council
First Peoples’ Cultural Foundation
Métis Nation BC
Moosehide Campaign
Indigenous Heritage Circle
Indigenous Perspective Society
Ts'wulhtun Health Centre (Cowichan Tribes)
​Unified Aboriginal Youth Collective

BC Parks
BC Public Service Agency
​Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training
Ministry of Education (Open School BC)
Ministry of Forests 
Ministry of Health 
Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation 
Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions


BC Alliance for Arts and Culture
Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria 
MakeWay Foundation
Mkombozi Centre for Street Children
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (now Nature United) 
Victoria Women’s Transition HouseWhite Orange Youth


Kaa-wiichihitoyaahk:  We take care of each other - A published book that introduces readers to Métis identity, history and culture through the perspectives and experience of Métis people, developed with Métis Nation BC

Journeys to Empowerment: Indigenous Financial Literacy – A financial literacy curriculum designed for Indigenous learners, developed with the BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres

Honouring the Seasons of Your Life:  Planning Holistically for your Retirement and Journey as an Elder – a retirement planning curriculum developed for Indigenous non-profit agencies, developed with the BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres

Blended Learning:  Creating a Flexible Classroom – An online curriculum to prepare BC teachers to deliver blended learning with a focus on inquiry-based learning, developed with for Open School BC

Indigenous Doula Training – an interactive, multi-day workshop to train Indigenous doulas, developed with the BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres


Called to Action Workshop for the BC Public Service Agency – A full-day workshop for B.C. public servants to help them understand and implement government commitments to UNDRIP and the TRC

Inter-cultural Agency of Greater Victoria Indigenous Journey – A series of learning opportunities including a webinar, discussion circles, and a face-to-face workshop to help employees learn about Indigenous peoples and move towards reconciliation in their work

Victoria Women’s Transition House Training– A training session on Indigenous worldviews, history and protocols for board members.

The Nature Conservancy Emerald Edge Learning Journey in Clayoquot Sound – A multi-day learning and planning session held on the land in Ahousaht territory. 

Paddling Together:  A Guide for Curriculum Developers – An open learning resource for post-secondary educators on how to bring Indigenous perspectives and knowledge into their curricula

Professional Development for Educators – Various training sessions for teachers on how to bring Indigenous knowledge and content into their classrooms

Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training Action Planning – A comprehensive review of services, followed by the creation and implementation of an action plan and learning framework to make their services more culturally responsive

Inter-cultural Agency of Greater Victoria Indigenous Journey – A review of current services nand development of an action plan, learning framework, and delivery of learning sessions to create stronger relationships and awareness of Indigenous peoples amongst immigrants to Canada

Victoria Urban Reconciliation Dialogue  – A series of dialogues led by Victoria Native Friendship Centre with Indigenous, municipal, provincial, and federal governments, as well as public, private and non-profit sector agencies, on reconciliation in Victoria, B.C. 

Indigenous Labour Market Information Project for the BC Labour Market Information Office – Community engagement and development of a report on how to better represent Indigenous peoples in BC’s labour market analysis 


Self-Determination and Cultural Resurgence

Strategic Planning - Developed strategic, operational, business and monitoring and evaluation plans for a variety of organizations and Nations including:  First Peoples’ Cultural Council, First People’s Cultural Foundation, Métis Nation BC, Métis Women BC, Indigenous Heritage Circle, Unified Aboriginal Youth Collective, and others

Communications – Supported communications planning and developed communications documents for First Peoples’ Cultural Council and First People’s Cultural Foundation

Research and Evaluation – Conducted research on a variety of topics such as Indigenous perspectives on retirement, Indigenous labour market data and data sovereignty, evaluation of the Doulas for Aboriginal Families Grant program, and other topics