YEG INDIGENOUS INTERPRETIVE AND RETAIL CENTRE

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The Indigenous Interpretive Centre as you travel through the Edmonton International Airport

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Browse the store at Indigenous Box to shop from the YEG Indigenous Retail Centre and more

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'Guidance' Leadership Box
Price
$120
Indigenous Box Charm Necklaces
Price
$35$45
A Cree Iskwew Design Earrings and Pendants
Price
$35$55
A Cree Iskwew Design Essential Oils
Price
$60
Amopiyesis Beaded Wristlet
Price
$75
Angie Styles Beaded Earrings
Price
$45$160
Angie Styles Beaded Wide-Brimmed Felt Hat
Price
$300
Art Print Card feat. Indigenous Artists
Price
$8.99
Bar Soap Uasau
Price
$13.50
Beaded Card Case
Price
$95
Bear Grease Hot Sauce
Price
$20
Betty Albert Framed Print
Price
$33
Boreal Heartland Seasonings
Price
$11
Boreal Heartland Wild-Harvested Tea
Price
$10
Boy Chief Premium Wool Blanket
Price
$425
Carmen Miller Designs
Price
$175$400

Welcome to Indigenous Box

We are the subscription box and gift service helping Indigenous businesses and makers reach new customers and enter new market spaces

The future is brighter together

From Indigenous Box to the world

Indigenous Box™ is sharing Indigenous business with people across the globe

Edmonton International Airport and Villeneuve Airport

"As an "Airport for Everyone," we are committed to learning from and collaborating with our Indigenous neighbours, organizations and communities to create a sense of place in the terminal. This includes things like Indigenous art, retail, music, history, items of cultural significance and an overall atmosphere of diversity and respect. In 2022, we opened a first-of-its-kind Indigenous Interpretive and Retail Centre in the YEG terminal to contribute to our reconciliation journey."

This project was made possible by contributions from many partners:

Bruno Canadien/Dene Artist

Confederacy of Treaty Six First Nations / Elder Harry Watchmaker

George Desjarlais/Frog Lake First Nation

Edmonton International Airport

Indigenous Box

Inuvialuit Regional Corporation / Elder Agnes White

Inuit Edmontonmiut Working Group / Elder Edna Elias

Métis Settlements General Council / President Herb Lehr

Métis Nation of Alberta / Knowledge Keeper Norma Spicer

Naheyawin

Prairies Economic Development Canada

Reimagine Architects Ltd.

Stantec

Rydal Construction Ltd.

The Dene Nation / Elder Francois Paulette

Treaty 8 First nations of Alberta / Elder Charlie Chisakaay

Quelque chose d’emballant s’en vient:

Ce projet a été rendu possible grâce à la contribution de nos nombreux partenaires

Confederacy of Treaty Six First Nations / Aîné Harry Watchmaker

Aéroport international d’Edmonton

George Desjarlais/Frog Lake First Nation

Indigenous Box

Inuvialuit Regional Corporation / Aînée Agnes White

Inuit Edmontonmiut Working Group / Aînée Edna Elias

Métis Settlements General Council / Président Herb Lehr

Métis Nation of Alberta / Gardienne du savoir Norma Spicer

Naheyawin

Développement économique Canada pour les Prairies

Reimagine

Stantec

The Dene Nation / Aîné Francois Paulette

Treaty 8 First nations of Alberta / Aîné Charlie Chisakaay

Land Acknowledgment

Indigenous Box™ proudly acknowledges that the land on which we operate, in Treaty Six Territory, is home to many First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples including the Cree, Blackfoot, Metis, Nakota Sioux, Iroquois, Dene, Ojibway, Saulteaux and Inuit. We honour and respect the cultures, languages, stories, ceremonies and histories of the many nations whose traditions were established before treaty. We also acknowledge that this land holds a rich legacy of the promise to live side by side in peace and friendship “for as long as the sun shines, grass grows and river flows”, as written in Treaty Six, signed in Fort Pitt in 1876.