Indigenous Lead Niche Communications Company fully focused on Indigenous Demographic
Since 1999, Indigenous Link has been completely focused on developing tools to communicate with First NaƟons, Inuit, and MéƟs groups across Canada. We have developed a unique and diverse suite of measurable communication tools with a proven track record of engaging Indigenous Leaders, Decision-Makers, Community Members and Job Seekers for many of Canada’s largest CorporaƟons and Government departments.
How to use our Service
Government departments can acquire our Marketing and Outreach tools directly from Indigenous Link as these tools have been classified as ‘Marketing and Outreach’ by the Government of Canada
Out of Home (OOH)Bulletin Board Posters
Build community presence, establish credibility and enhance corporate brand awareness by delivering information directly to 28,000 Indigenous offices where 1.7 million individuals work, live, learn, and play. Messages are posted on community bulletin boards which gains instant credibility and demonstrates your commitment to engage the community
• Demonstrate commitment
• Increase Indigenous representation
• Establish and/or enhance community presence
• Improve engagement rates
• Expand corporate brand awareness
• Tell your story
Types of Offices:
• Indigenous Governments, Administration and Leadership
• Provincial and Territorial Organizations (PTO’s)
• National Organizations and Associations
• Indigenous Employment Training, Placement and Counselling
• Local Delivery Mechanisms Agents (LDM’s)
• Human Resource Development Agreement Holders
• Federal and Provincial Government Departments
• Regional Tribal Councils, Professional Organizations
• College and Universities, Technical Institutions
• Education Authorities and Boards, Friendship and Cultural Centres
• Economic Development and Finance Departments
Active EngagementNext - Motivate Individuals to Cross the Bridge Built on 'Foundations'
For Community Connection Partners that are actively recruiting, we have developed various engagement tools that can be added to your Subscription to help attract Indigenous talent to your organization and ‘fill-positions’. These tactical tools are designed with a strong call to action to motivate individuals to respond.
As a Community Connections Foundations subscriber, our Tactical Engagement Tools are available at ‘preferred’ rates.
• Promote Opportunities
• Drive Conversation
• Fill Positions
• Build Engagement
• Motivate Action
• Walk the Walk
A proprietary combination of Direct Communication, Social Media and a posting to our Network of Websites. This engagement tool is designed to create awareness and encourage leaders, decision makers, and community members to take action, while reaching the widest audience possible.
|Regional*||$990 each||(Reg. $1,590)|
|National||$1,490 each||(Reg. $1,990)|
Northern – YT, NT, NU
Pacific – BC
Prairie – MB, SK, AB
Central – ON, QC
Atlantic – NB, NS, PE, NL
Career Postings (Featured)
A manual job posting ‘featured’ in a premium section of our site and published to more than 50,000 e-Subscribers and Social Media followers.
|Single Post||$246.50||(Reg. $290)|
|10 Pack||$990||(Reg. $2,175)|
|20 Pack||$1,490||(Reg. $3,770)|
|50 Pack||$1,990||(Reg. $5,800)|
Promote specific jobs, programs, and/or initiatives on our website and encourage site visitors to take action.
• Banner Ads – $330/30 days (Reg. $390)
Performance OptimizationOptions to Maximize Engagement and Return on Investment
Indigenous Inclusion is a Process, Not an Event
Since 1999 we have been helping our partners reach their inclusion goals. Our experts can guide you through the entire process from determining where you are on the inclusion continuum, analyzing goals, develop strategies, engagement, collateral design, campaign frequency, metrics, tracking, and reporting.
• Strategic Planning/Consulting – $175/hour
Our creative team can provide design services to help ensure all of your Indigenous creative requirements are culturally sensitive and appropriate for outreach. This includes editing, writing, designing, production, and access to our Indigenous library of images and photography.
• Creative Services – $125/hour
• Translation Services (English, French, Indigenous languages/dialects) – Request a quote
As part of building a solid Inclusion plan, our Indigenous Inclusion training programs are designed to help your Human Resources, Communications, Mid-Level, and Senior Management teams with recruitment and retention of Indigenous talent and to increase your overall return on investment. Our workshops provide a fundamental understanding of indigenous history and culture and will clarify the need to take a different approach to recruit and retain Indigenous employees. Training sessions are available in either English or French.
|Recruiter (Live Webinar)||$1,990/session|
|Retention (Live Webinar)||$1,990/session|
|On-Demand (Previously Recorded)||$790/90 days|
responseTRAC™ tracking and reporting system is at the forefront of all our active engagement. It provides insight into your program performance and allows us to make real-time, mid-stream course corrections anytime throughout the campaign, thereby enhancing ROI. This tool provides quarterly, and annual reports and configured to support a wide range of metrics.
• Quarterly reporting
• Annual year-end report
• Call-to-action tracking using dedicated toll-free phone, toll-free fax, email, and Vanity URL
• Data analysis, analytics, and recommendations to provide mid-stream course corrections
• Reporting is archived in your account portal for easy access
• Custom Reporting – Request a quote
Insights and Perspectives
Surveys, Focus Groups, and Pilots – this highly customizable tool can be configured to support an ‘all-inclusive’ or ‘promotion-only’ solution for organizations and government departments with a requirement to sample opinions from Indigenous individuals.
• Survey Tools – Request a quote
Base SubscriptionAnnual Billing - Save 10%
- Virtual Career Fair Page
- Career Fair Banner
- Automated Career Feed
- Quarterly Direct Comunications
- Social Media Feeds
- Professional Services
- Learning Center
- Account Portal
Bilingual SubscriptionAnnual Billing - Save 10%
- The bilingual subscription has all the features of the Base Subscription and:
- Second Virtual Career Fair Page
- Bilingual Social Media
- Bilingual Direct Communications
responseTRACAdd On Module
- The responseTRAC module can be added to either the Base or Billingual Subscriptions and provides:
- Quarterly reporting
- Annual year-end report
- Call-to-action tracking using dedicated toll-free phone, toll-free fax, email, and Vanity URL
- Data analysis, analytics, and recommendations to provide mid-stream course corrections
- Archived reports available from your account portal for easy access
Add On Modules
|wdt_ID||Product||Subscription Price||List Price|
|1||National Community Outreach||$1,490||$1,990|
|2||Regional Community Outreach||$990||$1,590|
|3||Career Posting - Single Post||$245||$290|
|4||Career Posting - 10 Pack||$990||$2,175|
|5||Career Posting - 20 Pack||$1,490||$3,770|
|6||Career Posting - 50 Pack||$1,990||$5,800|
|7||Banner Ads (30 days)||$330||$390|
|12||Training Streaming||$790/90 days|
Your Account Manager
CEO & Business Development
Proud Citizen of the Metis Nation of Ontario
Michael has held several high-level senior management positions over the last 20 years in the financial services, marketing, and advertising industries. He joined Indigenous Link in 2009 to lead the newly formed Analytics Department. In 2014, he accepted the CEO role to apply his pragmatic, data-driven approach to management. A creative problem solver, Michael believes that agility is the key to success in business.
Michael has a strong information technology background with a Computer Analyst Programmer Diploma from Red River College focused in Computer Programming – Specific Applications.
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Proud Member of the Huron-Wendat Nation
Ken joined the Indigenous Link team in 2018. Prior to this, Ken spent over 14 years with an Indigenous advertising agency in Ottawa. As Account Director, Ken was responsible for servicing accounts including Elections Canada, Health Canada, Colleges Ontario, Tim Hortons, the AFN, and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
With professional experience in program management, health, social work, and human relations, Ken combines his personal interests and professional training with Indigenous Link’s focus on Building Bridges to Indigenous Communities. Ken’s belief in client-centered service ensures Indigenous Link meets client goals effectively and efficiently. He is responsible for ensuring strategies and operations are aligned and executed.
- Diplôme d’études collégiales, Social Sciences (Vanier Collège CÉGEP)
- B.A. English/Psychology/Anthropology (University of Ottawa)
- 4th/final year, BSW (Carleton University)
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Corporate Account Manager & Sales Advisor
Jamie joined the Indigenous Link team in 2015. With over ten years of experience in Sales/Account Management, he has become one of our leading Sales Advisors. Jamie began working with Indigenous Peoples in different capacities –his experience as a Child and Youth Worker provided a valuable opportunity to better understand the challenges many communities face. This knowledge was further enriched while working for a major Canadian supplier focused on servicing rural and remote communities across Ontario.
Jamie has extensive experience developing strong, long-term relationships with high profile clients as well as small businesses. He is passionate about representing the Indigenous Link mission Helping Build Bridges to Indigenous Communities.
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