Our coworking method is to include people regardless of location.
We've shifted the focus from a physical space to that of facilitating growing communities.
Under the Canadian Constitution, the Crown recognizes three groups that fall under the term "Indigenous" and/or "Aboriginal" peoples; First Nations (Indian), Métis, and Inuit.
Each of these distinct peoples has their own cultures, languages and ceremonies.
As an Indigenous person, it was a hard choice to make.
I created our Land Acknowledgement to kindle awareness of the gifts of Mother Earth and the generations that came before us, inspire reflection and welcome you to my homeland.
I am bilingual in English and am at an Intermediate French level.
Some of our services are available for remote delivery using Zoom, Teams or Google Meet.
Our expertise includes projects that are both in city, rural, remote or on reservation.
Our office is upon the lands of our ancestors and relatives, the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples.
We are on the Métis Nation homeland.
Winnipeg is on Treaty One territory.
Its residents drink water from Shoal Lake 40.