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New book provides guide for Canadian businesses to make moral decisions on reconciliation –

February 28th, 2023

“One of the biggest things to fear is missing out on the opportunity to integrate Indigenous perspective into your business, into your world, into your life.” — author Alison Tedford Seaweed

Alison Tedford Seaweed is confident that the timing of her new book, The Canadian Business Owner’s Guide to Reconciliation, is spot on. She believes business owners want to do the right thing, but just don’t know how.

“I do think that there is a lot more concern around understanding how to participate in making a difference in light of recent findings…and I hope that (my book) is helpful in contributing to those conversations that are really important,” said Seaweed. She is a Nakwaxdaʼxw woman, a Kwakiutl First Nation member and an Indigenous communications professional based in Abbotsford, B.C.

The announcement of the 215 unmarked graves at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School on May 27, 2021 was the catalyst that started Canadians talking and brought attention to the world about the appalling treatment of Indigenous children at residential schools in Canada.

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