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Indigenous Education as the impetus to Economic Resilience

As we navigate the complex landscape of Indigenous procurement and economic development, a question that…
January 26, 2024
Podcasts

Money As Medicine – How the Sage Initiative Empowers Indigenous Womxn-led Investing

Tarrin Sam talks to Sage Lacerte, founder of the Sage Initiative, about how her business…
June 29, 2023
An interview with Alex Jones, Marine Project Coordinator for Songhees Nation.
Podcasts

Indigenous Prosperity Podcast: In Conversation with Alex Jones

We learn how the Songhees Nation Marine Teams support Salish Sea restoration as part of…
June 9, 2023
Raven Lacerte, co-founder of the Moose Hide Campaign
Podcasts

The Medicine of Moose Hide: An Interview with Raven Lacerte

Raven Lacerte shares the motivation and goals behind the Moose Hide Campaign, which she co-founded…
May 2, 2023
RBCM CEO Alicia Dubois
Podcasts

A Museum for All Peoples – In Conversation with Alicia Dubois

Royal BC Museum CEO Alicia Dubois shares how the museum is engaging with First Nations…
April 20, 2023
Chief Leanne Joe, Squamish Nation
Podcasts

Healing Through Reconciliation: In Conversation with Chief Leanne Joe

Renowned Indigenous self-determination advocate Sxwpilemaát Siyám (Chief Leanne Joe, Squamish Nation) discusses the healing power…
March 30, 2023
Challenges faced by First Nations communities in setting up cannabis businesses.
Opinion

Cannabis Legislation Challenges faced by South Island First Nations

We explore the challenges facing Indigenous cannabis business owners as they navigate existing legislation.
March 28, 2023
The Nuxalk people held a blessing and reawakening ceremony on February 13 as it began the repatriation journey of a Nuxalk totem pole to its home in Bella Coola. Photo: Bear/Phoenix Photography & Graphics
Stories

Nuxalk pole returns to its original home

On February 13, 2023, we asked photographer Kim Doupont to attend a repatriation ceremony at…
March 4, 2023
SȾÁUTW̱ First Nation Fisheries hosted their first Tier 1 meeting. Tsou'ke, Malahat, Songhees, Cowichan, Tseycum, and Pauquachin marine teams all attended an All Nations collaboration meeting. Photo: Tsawout Nation/Facebook.
Podcasts

Stewards of the Sea: In Conversation with Tsawout Fisheries

A conversation with Chrissy Chen, manager of the SȾÁUTW̱ (Tsawout) First Nation Fisheries department.
March 2, 2023
Christina Clarke, Executive Director of Indigenous Prosperity Centre.
Media Coverage

The Indigenous Prosperity Centre’s Executive Director Christina Clarke plans for seven generations

Douglas magazine talks to Christina Clarke about the vision and goals of the Indigenous Prosperity…
February 13, 2023
BCAFN Economic Development Forum 2023 Keynote Speaker Chief Leanne Joe providing a presentation on a "Framework for Economic Reconciliation." Photo: BCAFN Facebook.
Stories

Key Takeaways from the 2023 BCAFN Economic Sustainability Forum

IPC Executive Director Christina Clarke shares her key takeaways from the 2023 BC Assembly of…
February 8, 2023
Christina Clarke is interviewed by CHEK News in their Road to Recovery series.
News

IPC featured on Road to Recovery

Indigenous Prosperity Centre is featured in the Douglas magazine Road to Recovery series on CHEK…
January 16, 2023