Respect and relationships.
Argyle works with Indigenous nations, people and communities, and with non-Indigenous clients, to help advance reconciliation and self-determination through dialogue, and action and mutual benefit.
For us, collaboration is critical. We combine research expertise with proven techniques to create greater awareness, engagement, mutual understanding and action. Our clients bring unique insights into culture, practices and audience specifics that only they will know. Together, we develop authentic, meaningful communications underpinned by the principles of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and the United Nation Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous peoples. The result: better, more sustainable decisions, rooted in the needs of Indigenous peoples.
Frontier School Division
Fort McKay First Nation
Government Communications and Public Engagement, Government of British Columbia
Honourable Words Require Honourable Action
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