OneFeather Receives Indigenous Business Award

OneFeather Receives Indigenous Business Award

OneFeather recognized for creating opportunities for a more inclusive and prosperous future

OneFeather received a Indigenous Business Award presented by BC Achievement in partner with the Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation. Alongisde 8 other recipients, OneFeather has been recognized creating and expanding opportunities, relationships and communities, with thegoal of contributing to a more inclusive and prosperous future. 

“I am particularly inspired by this year’s Awardees. All of them exemplify resilience and innnovation during this time of challenges. This year’s Awardees demonstrate that integrating the practices of the past with the economies of the future benefits us all.”

- Anne Giardini, Foundation Chair

This is the 12th year the BC Achievment Foundation has recognized Indigneous businesses with the Indigenous Businsses Awared. OneFeather joins the ranks of 200 alumini since it's inception, and is honored to be a part of a collective group of businesses, entreprenuers, and community-based organizations that represent a significant shift, and success, for our Indigenous people. 

"We are honored to be recognized alongside other Indigenous businesses who, through our collective efforts, are strengthening Indigenous sovereignty and lifting our people and communities up. I'd  also like to acknowledge my gratitude to those that nominated us, Orenda Films, Humanitas,and to those that supported the nomination; VIATEC and Varshney Capital."

- Lawrence Lewis, CEO, OneFeather

Awardees were announced October 2020. Stay tuned for a film honoring OneFeathers coming this November by the BC Achievment Foundation. 

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