Find ways for your organization, team, or group to conduct business and improve relationships with Indigenous partners at Indigenous-owned accommodations, experience providers, restaurants, gift shops, and museums in British Columbia.
Indigenous Tourism BC operators represent diverse Indigenous Peoples and Cultures, and the longest business history in present-day BC. Indigenous businesses share knowledge on sustaining the economy –the wellness of the house – in a way that is inclusive of all, including guests and the environment. Build relationships with Indigenous partners, connect to the land, and let Indigenous peoples in BC bring you and your team closer to cultural sensitivity and leadership in diversity and inclusion.
Whether you are looking to implement Truth and Reconciliation calls to action in your organization or First Nations principles of learning in your classroom, Indigenous tourism operators in BC provide opportunities for reflection, dialogue, and learning. Indigenous hosts in BC hold space for church groups, classrooms, lawyers, healthcare workers, government employees, and all groups interested in learning from Indigenous Peoples.
Renew and deepen your relationships with Indigenous Peoples in BC and commit to learning more about diversity and inclusion practices that are informed by Indigenous experience, knowledge, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Calls to Action.