CSLA Adopts the UNDRIP as a Framework for Action and Decision-Making

At its recent Board Meeting, the CSLA adopted the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) as a framework for action and decision-making. By doing so, we are ensuring that the profession operates under the same standards of other organizations we collaborate with and demonstrates our commitment to Indigenous partners. Learn more

CSLA Guide to Land Acknowledgements

It is intended to offer baseline information to guide members and friends of the CSLA as they embark on developing a land acknowledgement.

It is not to be viewed as a standardized checklist; rather, it provides the important considerations you will need to understand as you develop a meaningful land acknowledgement. Learn more

CSLA Statement on Reconciliation and the Profession

The statement is based on input gathered from an environmental scan of CSLA provincial, regional and territorial component associations, universities, related professional associations, Indigenous organizations and practitioners, and CSLA members. Click here to read the CSLA's statement on reconciliation 

CSLA's LP Magazine Themes an Issue on Reconciliation

In the Fall 2019, Reconciliation issue of Landscapes I Paysages, read how David Thomas, other Indigenous designers and landscape architects, as well as many firms across the country are discussing the applying the concepts of reconciliation in their projects and practices.








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Members of the Reconciliation Advisory Committee

Grant Fahlgren (Co-Chair), Naomi Ratte (Co-Chair), Michelle Legault (Executive Director), Hope Parnham (Manager, Advocacy and Strategic Initiatives), Emily Dunlop, Terence Radford, Désirée Thériault, Marie-France Turgeon, Tiffany Adair, Doriena Hassett, Jordan Cantafio

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