This eagerly awaited sequel to the best-selling 21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act offers practical tools that will help you respectfully avoid missteps in your business interactions and personal relationships with Indigenous Peoples.
Winnipeg Free Press review: Road map to reconciliation clear, concise
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“The insightful, intelligent, and practical information in this book is of critical importance for building bridges between peoples of different backgrounds, allowing for self-examination on our perspectives and understanding, opening minds and sharpening thinking on inclusiveness, and making reconciliation a reality, which will then bring change.”- Lillian Hvatum-Brewster, VP, Indigenous Community Relations & Development, ATCO & Canadian Utilities Limited
I have worked in Indigenous communities for over 30 years and I wish I had had Bob Joseph's book at any point over those years. It would have helped me a great deal. It's a very important and valuable book for everyone who works with Indigenous Peoples. - Bruce Falstead, Manager, Aboriginal Initiatives, FortisBC
“Fresh off his highly acclaimed and revealing guide to the Indian Act, Bob Joseph continues to build bridges between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people with this insightful new book. A guide for developing both corporate and personal relationships, Indigenous Relations is an excellent primer for everyone who wants to embark on a new journey of reconciliation and collaboration with Indigenous people, but don’t know where – or how – to begin.” - Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler, Nishnawbe Aski Nation