Terracotta narratives logo mark.

Capacity Building

Current Projects

Orange and yellow sticky notes stick to a white wall. A woman with black hair is pointing at one of the sticky notes.

Trauma Training

Narratives Inc.

September 2021 – Current

A group of Indigenous women gathering as a group to pose for a picture after the opening ceremony of the Clan Mothers Healing Village project. They are dressed in ribbon skirts and and red headbands.

Clan Mothers Healing Village and Knowledge Centre

Clan Mothers Inc.

May 2017 – Current

Five Indigenous men wearing t-shirts and ball caps sit on red chairs in a circle while they drum on a large drum in the middle. They are sitting inside a large wooden ceremonial building.

Anishinaabe Aki Kakendamowin – Phase 2

Niiwin Wendaanimok Partnership

April 2020 – Current

An Anishinaabe drum sits on a grassy field. In the foreground is a container for smudging. Empty chairs are in the background.

Harmonized Impact Assessment – Phase 2

Niiwin Wendaanimok Partnership

April 2020 – Current

An old black and white film photograph that has been tinted slightly purple. Two Caucasian priests wearing glasses crouch down beside an Indigenous mother and her baby that is laying in a cloth swing. The swing is strung up between two trees outdoors. Two young Indigenous boys stand near also looking at the baby. A clothes line and tent can be seen in the background.

Kaatagoging: Residential School Survivors Initiative

Wauzhushk Onigum Nation

July 2021 – Current

A black and white photo of rows of beds inside a residential school. The beds are white metal frames with striped blankets. Each bed has a small night stand beside it. Four rows of beds can be seen.

Garden River: Residential School Survivor Initiative

Garden River First Nation

December 2021 – Current

Four small Indigenous boys stand in a line together outside. They are dressed in trousers with suspenders, floppy caps, long socks and matching shoes. They are smiling at the camera. The photo is in black and white.

Lac Seul First Nation: Bringing Our Children Home Initiative

Lac Seul First Nation

August 2021 – Current

Old black and white photo of one of the Spanish Indian Residential Schools on the shores of a lake.

Nisoonag Partnership: Bringing Home Our Children

Serpent River First Nation | Sagamok Anishinabek | Mississauga First Nation

July 2021 – Current

A nun stands at the back of a classroom in between a row of Indigenous school kids who are reading from open books while sitting at desks. The photo is in black and white.

Fort Albany: Bring the Children Home Initiative

Fort Albany First Nation

December 2021 – Current

Past Projects

First Nation animal illustrations and atom illustrations create a pattern on a green background. White text in the center says, Grand Council Treaty #3 Nuclear 101 Guidebook.

Nuclear 101 Guidebook

Grand Council Treaty #3

January 2021 – June 2021

An elderly Indigenous man wearing a ball cap and a black jacket with high visibility stripes draws in the snow with a stick. A group of Indigenous adults and youth stand in a row in front of him and watch him draw. They are outside in winter on a snowy road.

Indigenous Guardians Program

Niiwin Wendaanimok Partnership

April 2020 – March 2022

Lands Manager Toolkit & Training Program

Grand Council Treaty #3

March 2021 – May 2022

A yellow CAT excavator sits beside a highway under construction. A smaller bulldozer sits to the left of it. Behind the machines sits large concrete pipes.

Highway 673 Improvement Project

Shoal Lake 40 First Nation

December 2020 – February 2021

The image is taken overlooking a man in a black sweater's shoulder. He is drawing on housing blueprints on a light wooden table. Coloured pens in a pen holder and drafting supplies sit on the table.

Housing Development Concept Planning

Shoal Lake 40 First Nation

January 2019 – January 2020

A feather hangs from a red cloth wrapped staff. Another staff like it sits in the background. Partial arms of men drumming can be seen beside the staffs.

Settlement Trust Development Planning

Washagamis Bay First Nation

December 2020 – July 2022

Aerial view of mining trucks in an open pit mine.

Mining Ed 101

Narratives Inc.

March 2019 – December 2020

Congress of Aboriginal Peoples Missing and Murdered Indigenous Men and Boys

Congress of Aboriginal Peoples

March 2021 – December 2021

An Indigenous man's arm and hand extend from the left side of the image. An Indigenous youth wearing a yellow t-shirt, denim long sleeved over shirt, a pink bracelet and a blue bracelet is placing their hand in the palm of the other man's.

Anti-Oppression and Reconciliation Strategy

Main Street Project

April 2021 – September 2021

A teenage boy sits on a couch with white sheets and a pillow. He is in a white room with picture frames and decorative wooden houses sitting on shelves. There is a window above the boy's head with a light brown wooden frame and shutters. The room is slightly dark with the only light coming from the window.

Youth Aging Out of Care and Housing Insecurity in Treaty #3

Grand Council Treaty #3

April 2021 – September 2021

We see below a workstation at a child's height. A mother is comforting her child while working. You can imagine she may be on a work call and is keep the child quiet.

Social Determinants of Health

Grand Council Treaty #3

February 2021 – April 2021

Aerial view of the Whiteshell Laboratories and Lab grounds.

Psychosocial Impact Assessment

Sagkeeng First Nation

May 2020 – December 2020

A yellow tractor with a large front bucket stands in the middle at the bottom of a quarry. Piles of yellow dirt surround the tractor.

Washagamis Bay Mining Education Program

Washagamis Bay First Nation

January 2021 – February 2021

A large metal communications tower stands in the center of the image. Two birds circle it. The sun is setting behind the clouds in the background.

Public Safety Communications Services

Bell MTS

March 2019 – May 2020

A woven straw basket sits on a plaid blanket on the floor. Feathers, sticks with ribbon tied around them, colourful cloth and loose ribbon sit inside the bowl.

Cultural Awareness Training

City of Kenora

November 2019

Close up of two staffs with feathers standing beside a large drum. Hands of men drumming with sticks circle around the drum. A group of Indigenous elders watch in the background.

Harmonized Impact Assessment – Phase 1

Niiwin Wendaanimok Partnership

July 2019 – March 2020

A paper woven bowl and two birch bark bowls containing orange slices sit in the grass with sage smoke drifting around them.

Anishinaabe Aki Kakendamowin – Phase 1

Niiwin Wendaanimok Partnership

January 2019 – March 2020

A yellow semi truck is parked on the grass beside a large stack of pipes. A machine with a long mechanical arm loads pipes on to the back of the semi truck. A man stands in a high visibility vest and white hard hat a couple feet away watching the pipes being loaded on. It is summer.

Line 3 Indigenous Labour Brokering Program

Running Deer Resources

January 2018 – August 2019

Environmental Screening: Centre of Excellence

Shoal Lake 40 First Nation

January 2018 – September 2018

A map of Shoal Lake 40 First Nation with different coloured circular markers lies on a table. Three hands are in the picture pointing at parts of the map.

Capital Projects Planning

Shoal Lake 40 First Nation

June 2017 – October 2017

A field with dried out yellow pea plants. The sky is blue with wisps of white clouds.

Portage Pea Project

Roquette Canada Ltd.

November 2017 – May 2017

June 2017 – May 2020

Two men in high visibility shirts and yellow hard hats pull at a tarp. Behind the men a dump truck is tipping it's bucket up into the air and offloading a pile of large rocks while a tractor pushes the pile behind it.

Freedom Road Project

Shoal Lake 40 First Nation

March 2015 – May 2017