Ashukan is a universal term in Algonquian languages to express the notion of “bridge” between two shores. Symbolically, it refers to what unites people, cultures, and organizations. It’s these new bridges that Ashukan aims to build, strengthening organizations’ work teams and alliance networks.
The ASHUKAN INSTITUTE develops professional and general public training, and webinars on various topics related to the First Peoples.
The Institute offers training and webinars on various topics about First Peoples for both professionals and the public.
ASHUKAN INSTITUTE offers strategic advice to organizations aiming to reach their professional goals.
In embracing the Bear and its symbolism, the Ashukan Institute aims to:
Assert our pride in our identity and our mission: to promote the richness of our cultures, pass on our history from an Indigenous perspective, and raise awareness of the realities and issues affecting Indigenous peoples, in order to contribute to building bridges between nations.
Celebrating our kinship and expressing our solidarity with all Indigenous entrepreneurs who proudly embrace their roots while contributing to the economic development of First Nations.
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