Land Acknowledgement

Reconciliation is a journey and should live within all sectors of society. As we move forward in strengthening our relationship with Indigenous communities, we are also committed to a change process that fosters ongoing dialogue and learning so that we can be active contributors to the reconciliation movement.

Acknowledging the land in which we are situated is happening more frequently than ever before. The Calgary Foundation believes in the intention of acknowledging the land not only as an act of reconciliation, awareness or inclusion but as an act that builds upon community and honors the authentic history of Turtle Island and the original people of this land. It is our hope that this context will be considered by all those also incorporating a change process into their practice.

Land Acknowledgement download.