Do you want people and culture strategies and services?

Do you need to attract and recruit people?

Would strategies and negotiators for project labour agreement or collective bargaining help you?

We bring people together to achieve great things in these areas.

We are an Indigenous-owned & operated consulting firm specializing in people and culture strategies, collective bargaining, and recruitment.

With ownership roots in Treaty 4 & Treaty 5, our home office is in Treaty 6 territory in Edmonton. Our teams reside in the traditional territories of Nehiyaw, Denesuline, Nakota Sioux, Anishinaabe and Niitsitapi in Edmonton, the unceded territory of the Lheidli T’enneh in Prince George,  Treaty 1 Territory and the traditional lands of the Anishinabe (Ojibway), Ininew (Cree), Oji-Cree, Dene, and Dakota, and the Birthplace of the Métis Nation in Winnipeg, and the traditional territory of the Algonquin Anishnaabe Nation in Ottawa.

People & Culture Strategies

Today’s workplace demands more from employers to support people and culture.
Employers must consider each employee as a whole person with a right to:

  • psychological safety,
  • work-life-balance,
  • be engaged,
  • stand for something,
  • pursue goals and develop.

Getting this right improves your talent retention, development and performance.

Develop solutions to your most extraordinary people opportunities and challenges.


Do you want to perform well in negotiations?

Negotiations can arise from several situations.

Whether it is:

  • collective bargaining,
  • project labour agreement negotiations or
  • First Nation Mutual Benefit Agreement negotiations,

We have achieved hundreds of agreements.

We bring your team together, advise and represent you when addressing your counterpart.

Secure the trusted and expert support you need to make your negotiation a success.

Yahkikiw Executive Coaching

Dr. Tibetha Kemble offers Indigenous Executive Coaching services to support Indigenous Executive leaders in their  growth and learning, drawing from the seven sacred teachings and her lived experience as a nehiyawak and proud member of the Piapot Cree Nation”. Visit her Indigenous Executive Coaching page here.  


Attracting and recruiting people in today’s environment is a challenge.

Changing demographics, industrial and energy transition and movement from industrial-based to more service-based economies make this evermore apparent.

People are more autonomous actors in the labour market than they ever have been. Traditional approaches that focus on the transaction, without engaging in the relational aspect of attracting people, will produce wanting results.

Outreach to broader, more diverse networks, sharing what you stand for as an organization and that you are a part of the community is a must.

Start accessing your recruitment solution today.