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Thursday, February 27 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Reconciliation- The newest buzzword for dealing with First Nations - what does it mean?

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Reconciliation- The newest buzzword for dealing with First Nations - what does it mean? What does it apply? Does the word mean the same to all First Nations? Osoyoos Indian Band journey to economic independence. It’s the economic horse that pulls the social cart. The economy is always the number one issue off the Rez, it should also be the number one issue on the Rez. First Nations must regain their inherent self sufficiency in their traditional territories. There are many colonial myths that continue to this day about indian reserves and Native people’s status in Canada. Let’s get back to the original treaty relationship which was based on a business relationship of interdependence.

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Chief Clarence Louie

A lifelong student of “Native American Studies”, Clarence shares his experiences and best lessons learned to Native people, Government and Corporate agencies across the U.S and Canada as well as overseas – Australia, New Zealand, Germany and France, in a simple direct business... Read More →