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In this business issue of SAY Magazine, the wealth of Indigenous communities is celebrated. Despite any obstacles, we are rich in culture, traditions, and human and natural resources. We are proud to feature many strong Indigenous women in business, paving the way for the next generation of female leaders. Flip to page 10 for our cover story on the Indigenous-owned and operated Indigenous Leadership Development Institute Inc. Meet inspiring entrepreneurs like Brenda LaRose (page 12), human resource professional Krystal Abotossaway (page 19), Michele Young-Crook (page 26) and so many more talented women in business, literature and music. In most, if not all, the interviews we have conducted with business owners, there is one piece of advice they all commonly share: surround yourself with others who share your values and add value to your life. Best of luck on your journey!

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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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