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For those who have navigated the shifting landscapes of cultural awareness and social responsibility, Kebaonish Inc.'s commitment to the

Truth and Reconciliation Commission's (TRC) 94 Calls to Action

isn't commendable—it's essential. Our dedication to these calls to action underscores a genuine effort to bridge the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians, tackling the deep-seated legacy of residential schools and pushing forward the journey towards national reconciliation.

Kebaonish aims to make the most impact in three key areas: business practices, education, and preserving language and culture. Here's a detailed breakdown of their efforts in each of these domains:

  1. Business and Reconciliation:

    Heeding Call to Action 92, Kebaonish champions the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as a guiding light for corporate conduct. The company respects Indigenous rights in its business operations, champions economic opportunities for Indigenous communities, and fosters Indigenous leadership within its ranks.

  2. Education:

    Addressing Calls to Action 62-65, Kebaonish leverages its platform to educate its audience on the rich teachings, histories, and perspectives of the Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee peoples. Through storytelling and cultural sharing, Kebaonish fills a crucial gap in public knowledge, fostering a dialogue rooted in respect and understanding.

  3. Language and Culture:

    In response to Calls to Action 13-17, Kebaonish infuses its branding and outreach with Indigenous languages and cultural symbols, amplifying Indigenous voices and celebrating the heritage that forms the backbone of their identity.
By weaving these commitments into our very fabric, Kebaonish participates in the reconciliation process and sets a precedent for how businesses can actively support healing and mutual respect.
Kebaonish is 71% Indigenous owned. LtoR Michael Carrick, Shyra Barberstock, Barry Hillier, John Snell, Rye Barberstock.
Our approach powerfully reminds us that actions pave the path to a reconciled Canada, honouring the TRC's vision of dignity, mutual respect, and shared prosperity for all Canadians, Indigenous and non-Indigenous. For our generation, witnessing and supporting such initiatives offers a hopeful glimpse into a future where reconciliation is not just an ideal but a lived reality.

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