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In this issue

When we think of economic empowerment, we often think
of economic development or growth. However, in this
issue, we are focusing on the concept of 'empowerment'
in the context of Indigenous Peoples, businesses, and
communities. This includes reconciliation, long-term sustainable
economic growth, human rights, autonomy, increased skills,
confidence and more.

As a platform, SAY Magazine is committed to amplifying
these voices and promoting these perspectives.
When we choose to empower others, we are not just investing in
their potential, but also uplifting and encouraging their strengths. It's
about saying 'yes' to someone's ideas and believing in their potential.
This simple act can lead to extraordinary and positive results, shaping
not just their lives but also the world around us. The economic future
of our world is dependent on human-centered leadership and human
relationships, regardless of all of the technology available to us.
The world still has so much to learn from an Indigenous lens.

Throughout this issue, we highlight a few Manitoba-based businesses
doing their part to increase economic sustainability and development,
including the annual Vision Quest Conference and Trade Show. Keep
reading for more inspiring stories from several women entrepreneurs
who are leading the way as changemakers and role models for other
Indigenous women and girls who hope to one day start their own enterprises.

In keeping with SAY Magazine’s message of hope and resilience, we
hope you feel encouraged to pursue your passions with confidence.

~ Danielle Vienneau, Editor-in-Chief

SAY Magazine Description:

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A contemporary lifestyle publication, SAY Magazine celebrates First Nations, Métis and Inuit ingenuity by sharing success stories and stories of resilience. We cover a variety of areas including business, education, culture and language, law and justice, arts and entertainment, sports and wellness, as well as grassroots community initiatives.

SAY Magazine is a vital and relevant educational resource and classroom teaching tool, representing multiple perspectives on Indigenous cultures, knowledge, and ways of life. We are inclusive and tell real life stories, which includes profiles of inspiring role models. With the goal of creating impact and inspiring positive action, SAY Magazine’s vision is to empower First Nation, Métis and Inuit people and communities across Canada.

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