Sunny LeBourdais supports collaborations to assist organizations achieve their goals in a manner which respects Indigenous jurisdiction and sovereignty. She has a network of established professionals interested in helping both Indigenous and non-Indigenous organizations respond to the various challenges and opportunities they face in respecting the evolving nature of reconciliation in Canada.
Our vision is build Innovative solutions and processes Walking on Two Legs which respect our Indigenous Laws and ways of being. We aspire to breath life into the implementation of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People.
“These people wish to be partners with us in our country… we will help each other to be great and good.” Memorial to Sir Wilfred Laurier, 1910 (The Chiefs of the Shuswap, Okanagan and Couteau or Thompson tribes)
Sunny LeBourdais is Pellt’iqt te Secwepemc (People of the White Earth of the Secwepemc Nation). She was born and raised on the Whispering Pines/Clinton Indian Reserve north of Kamloops BC where she was raised surrounded by her extended family. She has had the honour and opportunity to work with Indigenous Nations throughout BC and actively upholds her own Kw’séltkten (family) responsibilities as Yucwemínem (caretakers) hunting, fishing, and managing our Ancestral homelands around Clinton, BC.