Architecture49 is committed to Truth and Reconciliation, and to Call to Action #92.

Architecture49 is committed to working collaboratively with Indigenous communities, groups, and businesses in the areas in which we operate. A49 continuously enhances our business practices, policies, and procedures to provide the structure, resources, and skills necessary to maintain our relationships. Our Indigenous Relations Policy helps to support our day-to-day business decisions while ensuring that we operate in an ethically, socially, and environmentally responsible manner with Indigenous Peoples in Canada.

Our Policy is focused on:

Respect | Consultation & Engagement | Inclusion, Diversity & Equity | Shared Benefits

Architecture49 is also committed to upholding the pillars of our A49 Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). Our Reconciliation Action Plan is our road map for how we intend to work in partnership with Indigenous communities, businesses and organizations to advance reconciliation. It’s also about how we intend to grow and continue learning as an organization. Our plan is a living document that will continuously evolve as new initiatives and opportunities emerge.

Our RAP Pillars are:

Leadership | People, Education & Employment | Community Engagement & Partnerships | Economic Engagement | Sustainability