The Sharing Circle2021-12-09T14:42:50-05:00

Kwe Kwe, Aanii, Boozhoo, She:kon, Sge:no, Wachay, Shekoli, Tansi, Greetings and welcome to The Sharing Circle.
The Sharing Circle is a space for long form blog posts about Indigenous tourism business development. Through the power of storytelling and sharing lessons learned, our authors will recount their tourism-related tales from their perspectives to educate, celebrate, and ignite conversation amongst the ITO community. Share your questions, comments, or requests, by emailing us at We’d love to hear your feedback!

Miigwech, Nia:wen, Nya:węh, yaw^ko, Hay-hay, Maarsii, nya:wëh, Nakurmiik, Nya•węh, nyaweñhah, Qujannamiik, Thank you.


2103, 2023

Wahkohtowin Development GP

March 21st, 2023|Sharing Circle|

I am an Indigenous, Registered Professional Forester and am General Manager for Wahkohtowin Development, a partnership between the Chapleau Cree, Missanabie and the Brunswick House First Nations. We formed this organization to develop the pathways for full participation in the forestry sector, diversify our economic development, and protect and assert [...]

2103, 2023

400 Eleven

March 21st, 2023|Sharing Circle|

I’m Jeanine Jankowski, owner of the 400-11 Media Company. We publish Ontario’s leading privately-owned travel & tourism online resource, ToDoOntario. ToDoOntario connects an audience of fun-loving adventurers to tourism businesses and promotions in the province. The funding we received allowed us to creatively develop new marketing tools for including [...]

803, 2023


March 8th, 2023|Sharing Circle|

My name is Paul Giles and I am the managing director at Origin. Reconciliation can be defined as the action of making one view or belief compatible with another.  IL Sacred Seven is a unique Virtual Reality journey that immerses users in the 7 sacred Indigenous teachings and the values [...]

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