Rebirthing an Indigenous Economy

This time, Indigenous peoples’ voices will be part of the conversation

Why It Matters

Canadian Indigenous people are systemically excluded from the economy, often lacking resources needed to generate opportunity and wealth. With reconciliation on the forefront of everyone’s minds, now is the perfect time to reimagine inclusion in the Canadian economy.

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