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Territorial Land Acknowledgement

At Protect Foundation Repair, we would like to begin by acknowledging that the land on which our business operates is located on Treaty 6 territory. We recognize that we are situated on traditional lands that have been home to Indigenous peoples for thousands of years. The traditional name of this place is Amiskwaciy Waskahikan [a-mis-kwa-CHEE  wah-SKAY-gun], which we also call the city of Edmonton.


We acknowledge that Treaty 6 is an agreement between the Cree, Saulteaux, Nakota, and Dene peoples, as well as the Métis Nation, and the Crown. This treaty was signed in 1876, and it continues to shape the relationship between Indigenous peoples and non-Indigenous communities in this region.

We pay our respects to the First Nations and Métis peoples who have stewarded this land for generations, and we honour their ongoing connection to the territory. We also acknowledge the rich cultural heritage and contributions of the diverse Indigenous communities that call this region home.

We strive to foster an inclusive and respectful environment within our business, one that recognizes the rights, histories, and knowledge of Indigenous peoples. We are committed to learning and understanding the impacts of colonization and the ongoing process of reconciliation.

As a business operating on Treaty 6 territory, we are dedicated to engaging in meaningful relationships with Indigenous communities and organizations. We seek to build partnerships that promote mutual respect, understanding, and cooperation.

We encourage our employees, customers, and partners to join us in acknowledging the traditional land upon which we work and reside. By doing so, we commit ourselves to supporting truth and reconciliation efforts and creating a more equitable and just future for all.

Today and every day, we honour and recognize Treaty 6 territory and the Indigenous peoples who have called this land home since time immemorial.

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