Embracing the rich history of the land where we work and live is a meaningful step we’re taking in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s calls to action between non-Indigenous and Indigenous Peoples in Canada. We support the practices of recognizing and appreciating the land we’re on in order to help:
We are deeply thankful to operate on this land, a place of inspiration and creativity, as we work to serve our local and global communities. As we honor and celebrate the invaluable contributions of Indigenous communities, we’re also investing in education, including Indigenous-led workshops, to challenge and dismantle prejudiced practices that still affect these communities today.
We invite everyone in North America to discover and appreciate the stories and stewardship of the Indigenous Peoples who have cared for these lands for countless generations.