We respectfully acknowledge that their office is located on the traditional lands of Indigenous peoples.
Ji-gikendamang epiichi-gichi-apiitendaagwak omaa Anishinaabewakiing
Located in Thunder Bay, these lands were the traditional territories of the ancestors of Fort William First Nation, signatories of the Superior Robinson Treaty, Treaty #60, of 1850. As a recognized Aboriginal company, Woodland Heritage Northwest acknowledges that our work is intertwined with the deep and diverse histories of all First Nations and Métis, people. We are grateful for the opportunity to work in these territories and are committed to the recognition and respect of those who have lived, traveled, and gathered on the lands since time immemorial. We will continue to document, preserve, and share the Indigenous heritage that we are committed to stewarding and remain committed to building, fostering, and encouraging a respectful relationship with First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples based upon principles of mutual trust, respect, reciprocity, and collaboration in the spirit of reconciliation.
Woodland Heritage Northwest mii omaa eyaag ozhibii’igewigaming Anishinaabewakiing. Omaa Wiikwedong, mewinzha gete-anishinaabewaking Fort WIlliam First Nation, mewinzha gin-taangibii’igaade Anishinaabe mazina’igan diba’aadiwin #60, 1850. Anishinaabeg odibendaanaawaa owe inanokiiwin, Woodland Heritage Northwest etzhi-ganawendimang gidizhitwaawininaanin.
Ezhi-anokaadamang gaye mewinzha gaa-izhitwaayang. Geyaabiweweni daa-ani-anokaade. Da-ozhibii’igaade ji-waniikaadesinog ezhi-anishinaabe-manaaji’idiyang anishinaabe. Wiisaakodewininiwag gaye Eshkiimeg oko-anokiimanaaji’idiwin.