At Roundtable Consulting, we offer a unique blend of cultural competency training, service review and action planning and implementation that is tailored to support your organization to build, improve and transform its relationships with Indigenous peoples and organizations. We do this by working with experienced Elders, educators and facilitators through the 'Called to Action Collaborative'. 

Why do this?

The services we offer are unique. Through this programming you will be able to:

  • Ensure your programs and services 
  • Work towards improved relationships and positive outcomes when working with Indigenous organizations and communities
  • Enact reconciliation and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) Calls to Action and the principles of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)
  • Make your workplace more collaborative and culturally safe for employees and clients
  • Meet constitutionally mandated legal responsibilities with regards to Indigenous rights

About our team

Our team includes Indigenous and non-Indigenous facilitators, Indigenous Elders and youth, and people with experience in a wide-range of fields, including government, education, law, facilitation, community development, and more. This diversity helps create connections amongst our team and yours, models how non-Indigenous people can work well with Indigenous people, and builds a sense of safety in which diverse perspectives and experiences are honored. We are passionate, engaged, knowledgeable, and flexible to meet your needs.

Find out more

To find out more about how Roundtable can support you in the area of reconciliation, cultural safety training and Indigenous community engagement, take a look at our Called to Action Collaborative brochures:


Called to Action Collaborative Logo

The logo was developed by Indigenous artist Jamin Zuroski.

He writes:

“This design symbolises the knowledge, commitment and vision of the Called to Action Collaborative to build

strength and unity for the present day and future generations. 

The large raven’s body, that’s positioned to the left, ‘the past,’ is remembering and embracing our ancestors’ teachings and best practices. Its head is turned to the right, ‘the future,’ because it’s fulfilling the life cycle’s responsibility of intergenerational knowledge transfer to the up-and-coming generation (smaller raven) in the hopes that they’ll continue this cycle, build partnerships and fly high, proud and unified.”