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Reconciliation and the Role of the Indigenous Economy

NATOA Founder, Mark Sevestre, and RRII Project Lead, Katie Wheatley, were recently published in the Green Money Journal’s special edition on Investing in Indigenous Communities.

Green Money JournalIn recent years, Canada has embarked upon a journey to reconciliation. At the core of this societal movement is the need to reconcile Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, nations, and ways of being and knowing. Reconciliation in Canada stems from growing recognition of the historical plight of Indigenous peoples through colonization, residential schooling, and other actions pursued to forcibly assimilate First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples, as well as acknowledgment of the continued barriers to Indigenous peoples’ wellbeing and success…

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