As with reconciliation, the topic of Indigenous relations is also complex. It can be challenging and time-consuming for non-Indigenous governments, corporations, and NGO’s to navigate the complexities of Indigenous cultural protocols and community politics. For example, Canada has over 600 First Nations communities, which all have unique histories, cultural practices, languages, and connections to the […]
Indigenous peoples in Canada and Australia share rich and diverse cultural histories, languages and cultural practices. Indigenous peoples from both countries also share similar challenges and struggles resulting from colonial histories that include residential schools, the ‘Sixties Scoop’ (Canada) the ‘Stolen Generation’ (Australia), land dispossession, and intergenerational trauma. This historical trauma has contributed to higher […]
Okwaho Equal Source acknowledges Indigenous Peoples as the Traditional Owners of the Lands we visit throughout our work. We recognize their continuing connection to the Land, the Water, and all Living Things.
We pay our respects to Ancestors, and to Elders; Past, Present, and Future.