- Researching the Indigenous history of where we live and work
- Reading a book by an Indigenous author
- Discussing the 10 Guiding Principles from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report with a friend or colleague
- Listening to music by Indigenous musicians.
We would also like to introduce you to our team:
Jack Jamieson, B.COMM., PFP: As Vice President and founder of T.E. Wealth’s dedicated Indigenous Services practice, Jack brings over 30 years of experience to the investment and financial services industry. He specializes in working with community leadership and trustees across Canada on the planning, development and implementation of efficient and cost-effective trust and wealth management solutions.
Kain Big Canoe, CPA: Kain is a member of the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation and is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) and former Consultant at Deloitte Canada. In addition to being a Senior Manager of our Indigenous Advisory practice, Kain has experience in conducting working sessions with Indigenous
communities to provide assistance in the design of economic development strategies.
David Pelletier, BEcon: David is a member of the Serpent River First Nation and serves as a Senior Analyst for our Indigenous Services practice. He brings with him degrees in Math and Economics as well as Civil Engineering. David is certified bilingual in English and French.
On behalf of T.E. Wealth’s Indigenous Services practice, we thank you for allowing us to join you on this important journey!
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