What is Reconciliation Engine?

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Reconciliation Engine gives you access to 4 courses (1 hour in total), 5 licenses for you and your team, and 25+ hours of Toolkit resources like Land Acknowledgement and Creating Relationships templates, a Calendar of events, and more!



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Empower people to take meaningful action towards a more equitable and inclusive future and embark on a journey exploring the shared history of Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples on Turtle Island (North America).

Join us as we uncover our collective history, tracing our intertwined stories from time immemorial right up to the present day.






  • 4 Modules (learn all core concepts in 1 hour or less):
    • Turtle Island
    • Newcomers
    • Forming Canada
    • Resurgence & Reconciliation


  • Over 25 hours of resources, including templates (e.g. land acknowledgement), Calendar of Important Events, etc. 


  • Website - get your own mobile-responsive organization portal
  • Subscription - 5 licenses (including one administrator license)
  • Expandable - add more licenses at any time with Connect or Grow
  • Analytics - includes your own insights panel


  • Webinar - monthly, group webinars included
  • Support - included for admins and end users

Message from Jacquelyn and Hunter Cardinal

Welcome! We're excited to embark on a journey exploring the shared history of Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples on Turtle Island (North America) with you.

We are Jacquelyn Cardinal and Hunter Cardinal, a nehiyaw(or Cree) sibling team based in Edmonton, also known in the language of our people as a pehonan and as amiskwaciywaskiakan(or Beaver Hills House) on Treaty 6 territory and the Métis Homeland.


Our goal with this course isn't to provide an exhaustive overview of all Indigenous cultures and histories (that would be quite the feat!), but to offer you key narratives that help you better understand the changes Turtle Island and its inhabitants have experienced over time. We also aim to inspire and challenge you to delve deeper into areas that pique your interest.

With that in mind, we acknowledge that the insights we share in this course are rooted in our own cultures and knowledge, and represent just a small fraction of the vast knowledge encompassing all Indigenous peoples, histories, and current experiences.

Most importantly, we hope to do for you, our new family members, what our own families did for us: to remind you that we are all connected, precious and powerful, and that we all have a part to play in our collective future.

Ready? ahâw!


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