SUPPORTING INDIGENOUS OWNERSHIP AND CO-DEVELOPMENT
Simply put, we support Indigenous in negotiations, and implementation of, Impact Benefit Agreements (IBAs) and Long-Term Relationship Agreements (LTRAs) for major projects. We leverage Crown impact assessment processes, and requirements for Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC), to maximize economic and environmental protection/enhancement results.
We create infrastructure, equity, and land management opportunities. We work with experienced and specialized negotiation teams, Indigenous technical experts, lawyers, and investment brokers with deep experience in the $100 Billion Indigenous economy.
CEO | PhD
Our lead negotiator, Don Richardson, has been supporting Indigenous communities and economic development for 30 years, and is now able to share a career of experience, understanding, and getting results.
MES | RPP | MCIP
Waverley is experienced at leading collaborative results- and change-oriented projects. She has worked with Indigenous Nations globally, and is committed to supporting Indigenous-led work that is mutually beneficial for communities and ecosystems.
BSc | EMA
Sam is an Environmental Biologist
with experience in environmental
management and assessments.
She is passionate about the protection
of animals and the natural environment,
and is committed to bringing these
concerns to the forefront of major
"Don is a big picture person, who can perceive the long term scenario and identify the issues that will arise, and will develop a set of actions to ensure that potential negative outcomes are mitigated prior by taking action today."
— Merv McLeod, Award-winning Indigenous Consultant specializing in businessrelationship building, facilitation and negotiation