Shalene Wuttunee Jobin unpacks how the current economic system is designed for exploitation, and offers an alternative economic model based in Cree worldviews.
In conversation with author Shalene Wuttunee Jobin, we explore economic progress and the exploitation of Indigenous peoples in the land now called Canada. | March 28, 2023
Join us as we explore how ongoing structures of colonialization negatively impact the well-being of Indigenous peoples and communities across Canada, resulting in persistent health inequalities. | September 22, 2022
Join GATE and the School of Cities for the third installment of the Feminist City series: a spirited discussion about how women’s participation in the economy affects the vibrancy and livability of our cities and Canada’s path towards a green and equitable recovery. | Feb 8, 2022
This case study details how SheNative achieves its mission of empowering Indigenous women, such as through a community-based design process and by considering people and the planet in all of its decision making.
Cheekbone Beauty is a purpose-driven business model that supports Indigenous youth while also challenging the consumer-focused narrative in cosmetics by embracing and championing the circular economy.
In conversation with author and associate professor Martin J. Cannon, as they examine Canada's Indian Act and encourages Indigenous men to begin to articulate the complex ways in which their life’s journey is shaped by discrimination directed at Indigenous women.
Carol Anne Hilton and Devon Fiddler shared their successes and challenges in navigating the economy as Indigenous women, and their views on where we might go from here. | April 19