Be part of the change.
Support Indigenous Economic Reconciliation.

This is a two-day virtual event made possible by patron sponsor Global Container Terminals. It will be held on consecutive Fridays.

Day 1: Friday, May 28, 2021, from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm PST
Day 2:
Friday, June 4, 2021, from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm PST

Our event is a response to the growing demand for practical guidance in how Indigenous communities and their enterprise partners can work together, in common purpose, for shared success.

Learn from the partners in actual relationships. They will be taking the podium jointly to share the challenges and rewards of partnering.

Whether you're trying to get started or have experience, this event is for you.
Experts reveal what the adoption of UNDRIP principles into Canadian law means for Economic Reconciliation goals.
Out of this gathering, we will create and share a product reflecting what was learned. (Last year's report)

The event will be of interest to leaders from any walks of life who are seeking to be successful practitioners of Indigenous Economic Reconciliation in Canada at a time when ESG is redefining the Canadian economy.

Since the focus is Economic Reconciliation at the ground level, the event is about asking questions like: What are the challenges of partnerships for Indigenous governments, groups, and people? And for the people and companies they partner in business with?

What are the rewards? What are the barriers? How do you get started? How do you build the essential relationships?  How do you measure success?  

We look forward to exploring successful practices — and telling real success stories. To date there have been many such success stories, and more are in the cards. But it’s clear the drive to “close the gap” is going to take time, effort, and commitment.

Complimentary tickets are available on request to members of First Nations, Inuit, Dene, or Métis communities. Write to us at info@ipss2021.com identifying your affiliation and we'll respond.