How are you integrating Reconciliation and social justice in your business?

Canada’s Reconciliation process is rooted in social justice. It recognizes that Canada’s historic treatment of and attitude towards Indigenous Peoples—First Nations, Métis and Inuit—have many deep consequences for our society today. The Reconciliation Commission highlights societal issues of marginalization and racial discrimination, overt systemic bias resulting in a lack of autonomy and opportunity for specific communities, and subtler implicit biases …

Standing Rock: The Ghost Dance for a New Way

The Dakota Access Pipeline began construction in June 2016. The 1,572 mile, 30 inch diameter pipeline will carry 470,000 barrels of domestically produced light sweet crude oil from North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois. The pipeline’s original route ran north of Bismarck, ND but was repositioned to run north of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation after white citizens cited concerns over the …