Indigenous Relationships

Indigenous Land Acknowledgment
More Than Words

We acknowledge that the lands on which we live, work and gather have, throughout history, been home to many First Nations, Métis, & Inuit peoples.
As we strive to decolonize our work, we will continue to learn from and support Indigenous communities, and in particular are mindfully guided by the
7 Grandfather Teachings of honesty, truth, courage, humility, wisdom, respect and love.

Food Security Structures Canada has formally adopted the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and the Truth & Reconciliation Commission's Call to Action #92.


We have implemented a training program for our teams to provide knowledge and understanding around Indigenous issues, and continue to seek opportunities to listen and learn as we are on our journey of reconciliation.


CTA #92 as well as UNDRIP have guided our internal policies which:

As a women with Metis hertiage, I am honoured to continue the tradition of of helping to feed families and communities in a sustainable, healthy way that does honour to Mother Earth.  Our goal is to always do good work, in a good way. 

Kim Parker, President & CEO