Indigenous Inclusion

In this article, you will learn about indigenous inclusion the path of success for indigenous communities of Canada. The success of any country depends on the success of its peoples, all communities (whether it is indigenous communities or nonindigenous communities), businesses, and industries. The economic growth of Canada is directly proportional to the growth of the people of Canada.

In this post, we will discuss the following points one by one:
What is Indigenous inclusion?
What is the Indigenous inclusion strategy?
Benefits of indigenous inclusion.
Where to start?

What is indigenous inclusion?

Indigenous inclusion is building relationships between indigenous people and nonnative people for the economic development of aboriginal communities. It’s a way to create an environment to explore, learn, and communicate with the communities that have not been recognized by the country for a long time.

Aboriginal inclusivity brings natives and non-natives together. So, they can share differences in views, culture, and other aspects of their lives. It builds mutual understanding, open mind, heart and lessens the difference without being judgemental.

The Canadian government runs different programs for indigenous inclusion and reconciliation of indigenous communities of Canada.

What is the Indigenous inclusion strategy?

It is better to have a plan or strategy before applying the indigenous inclusion theory. Indigenous inclusion strategy is the process that allows you to determine goals and objectives. A strategic approach allows you to focus on the predefined goals for indigenous community development.
The main Goals and Objectives of Indigenous inclusion strategy

Improve Relations:

Develop a respectful relationship with indigenous communities, partners, businesses, and nations.

Education & Awareness:

Increase knowledge and awareness about the indigenous people and communities through awareness activities and campaigns.

Indigenous Economic Inclusion:

Help indigenous communities’ businesses by making them aware of available business opportunities, procurement opportunities, and collaboration with giant industries.

Benefits of Indigenous Inclusion:

Discover and grow from the history
More solidarity community
Trade possibilities (under-tapped buyer demand)
The underrepresented pool of skills
Branding to attract talents from a wide range of talents
Evolve an Employer of Preference

Where to start?

We can start indigenous inclusion at the workplace, university, cultural, and personal levels.

At Workplace:
Hire indigenous people at the workplace
Include them in team meetings and discussions
Provide training for management-level jobs
Mentorship programs
Offer highly paid jobs
Create a work culture for them
Make policies for them
Acknowledge and celebrate cultural activities
Conversions with indigenous colleagues

At University:
Promote indigenous inclusion in universities
Make colleges more welcoming and safe for indigenous students
Indigenous cultural and social programs
Indigenous support centers
Academic counseling
Workshop for employment of indigenous students
First Nation, Metis, Inuit Community Group
Aboriginal Liaison/Admission Office


Indigenous inclusion is the best way to connect with indigenous communities of Canada. For the comprehensive development of the Indigenous communities such as First Nations, Metis, and Inuits, we need to promote an indigenous inclusion program at a larger scale. So, every individual or citizen of Canada contributes to making this happen soon.

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Author's Bio: 

My name is Walter Deagle, I lived in Wolfville city of Nova Scotia province in Canada. I am working to provide a better world for the aboriginal peoples of Canada.