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In this issue

Over the years, SAY has shared incredible stories of Indigenous economic development, and while the word “development” signifies growth, we wanted to take it one step further and focus on another key component to the success of our communities—empowerment. When empowered people empower others, they invest in the goodness of people, uplifting them and encouraging their strengths—and the results are often positive and extraordinary.

In this issue of SAY, we celebrate the rise of Indigenous business in Canada and the United States, and those that contribute to Indigenous economic empowerment across North America. There’s something for everyone in this issue, including stories of an Arctic Youth Expedition that inspires youth to effect positive change and the premiere of documentary series Freedom Road, the story of Shoal Lake 40 First Nation.

Flip to page 12 to read this inspiring cover story. If you live in northern Canada, you may have heard of The Yukon Soaps Company—a successful small business inspired by the Yukon and based on the strong cultural values of Joella Hogan.

In keeping with SAY’s message of hope and resilience, we hope these stories inspire and empower you to empower someone else.

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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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