The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce is committed to supporting you through your Indigenous engagement process. Please navigate through the steps below to get started on formalizing your Indigenous Engagement objectives and goals.

First Steps

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Ensure all levels of your organization are aware that you have signed the Indigenous Engagement Charter. Your entire team should know that this is important to the business.

Step 2

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Perform an environmental scan.

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Following the environmental scan, select the areas that your business can commit to.

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Write it down. Create your Indigenous Engagement plan using the resources here to assist you.

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Use the Indigenous Engagement Charter Metrics spreadsheet to measure your baseline and record your goals. Adjust the spreadsheet throughout the year to suit your capacity while working to ensure engagement.

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Contact Nick Crighton to set up an appointment where you will review your strategy, baseline and targets.

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Live the plan! Check the SCC website here for a library of samples and resources. Contact Nick if you have questions or need some direction.

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Look ahead, what worked, what didn’t – edit the plan and move forward.

The information contained on this page and within the Indigenous Engagement Directory includes original content as well as content using a variety of sources. Special thanks to the Indigenous Engagement Task Force participants, Nutrien, Indigenous Services Canada, Indigenous Works, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, and several others. Please feel free to use the information contained here to advance the Indigenous Engagement strategy for your business.

The linking to or from our website does not indicate on the part of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce any endorsement or guarantee of any of the organizations or information found on their respective websites.

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