How to Train Your Consultant in Four Easy Steps

Not that long ago, when we walked into the Lands Department of a new client, the director came up to us and shook our hands. “Congratulations,” he said, “you’ve now visited us more than the last consultants ever did.” Yikes. Not all...

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Eagle Eye Digest: New funding, Implementing UNDRIP and more!

Read on for updates on Indigenous funding programs, precedent setting impact benefit and resource management agreements, and stories of prosperity, jurisdiction and stewardship in action. 

 

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Eagle Eye Digest: Funding Programs, Reconciliation Podcast and more!

Read on for updates on Indigenous funding programs, precedent setting impact benefit and resource management agreements, and stories of prosperity, jurisdiction and stewardship in action. 

 

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What it Means to be a Best for the World 2019 Changemaker

When we heard that Shared Value Solutions made the B Lab’s list of 2019 Best For The World: Changemakers, for the THIRD year in a row we were more than pleased. According to B Corp, "The 2019 Best For The World: Changemakers don’t rest on their...

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We're Hiring! Multiple Positions Open Now

From coast to coast to coast, our team at Shared Value Solutions is busy working with our First Nations, Métis and Inuit clients - and we need more support in our Guelph office! We are looking to fill the following positions:

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Announcing New eBook: Indigenous Planning Starter Kit

 

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SVS Presenting at the Ontario Aboriginal Lands Association Conference

Photo: Visit Jeremy Shute, Mitchell Avis and Rachel White at the OALA Conference

 

Do you work for an Indigenous nation and find yourself never having enough time or feeling stuck moving your projects forward? Get the inside track on how a...

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Indigenous Planning: Funding Your Land Use Plan

For many Indigenous nations, finding and securing the funding necessary to take on a task as large as a land use plan can seem like a big challenge. If own-sourced funding is not possible or desirable for developing your plan, there are a number...

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The Secret Ingredient to Indigenous Planning: Pick the Right Community Champion

Darrell Settee, champion of Pimicikamak Cree Nation and all around great guy.

Having a dedicated community planner for your planning process is your secret ingr edient for success. Sometimes called a community champion, the right person for this...

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Summer Listening: Gwayakotam Podcast - Episode 3

 

 

“I never dreamed of learning to listen in such a powerful way. Storytelling, despite all the struggles, enabled me to respect and honour the Ancestors and the storytellers while at the same time sharing tragic, traumatic, inhumanely...

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