What First Nations can learn from New Zealand’s Maori

How Indigenous-led business partnerships can lead the way

What First Nations can learn from New Zealand’s MaoriMoving Manitoba’s Indigenous peoples from the liability to asset column was a topic that consumed some of Manitoba’s most innovative First Nations and mainstream business minds during a two-day ‘design-thinking boot camp’ recently. It was facilitated by Karl Wixon and Trevor Moeke, two Maori business leaders from New Zealand who, as part of a broad…

Learning to walk towards a residential schools resolution

What will the lasting legacy of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission be?

Learning to walk towards a residential schools resolutionAs Cree youngsters in the north, we are taught the tradition of how to walk on the land and in the bush – with each footfall carefully and quietly placed so as not to disturb the food sources that have always meant the difference between thriving and starvation. It is a hard won but essential…