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Cambium Indigenous Professional Services...

...Who We Are

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Cambium Indigenous Professional Services (CIPS) is an Indigenous owned and operated organization.  CIPS works on projects that primarily affect Indigenous clients and associated organizations.  Our services include:


  • Community Meeting and Engagement Services (including the provision of strategic advice, engagement delivery, and logistics planning);

  • Duty to Consult and Accommodate Engagement Services;

  • Duty to Consult and Accommodate Technical Services;

  • Environmental Services (technical engagement services and relaying technical information); and

  • Project Management Services.


CIPS is headquartered on the Curve Lake First Nation, approximately 1.5 hours outside of Toronto. CIPS has completed projects with numerous Indigenous and non-Indigenous clients, including: First Nation communities, First Nation businesses, academic institutions, Regional Conservation Authorities, Provincial Agencies, Cities/Counties, and non-Indigenous private businesses.

Our team has had extensive experience and involvement in the development of Indigenous and community engagement strategies, as well as planning and conducting Indigenous engagement activities.


We are consistently retained by non-Indigenous organizations to assist in meaningful consultation and engagement processes and we strive to create safe spaces to learn, share, and foster respectful, reciprocal relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities and organizations.

CIPS is certified by the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) and registered with the federal government’s Procurement Strategy for Indigenous Business (PSIB) Indigenous Business Directory. 


CIPS also holds a Certificate of Authorization (C of A number: 100214213) from Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) to provide engineering services directly to the public.  In addition, our team has specific certifications of Gender Based Assessment Plus (GBA+) and First Nations Ownership, Control, Access and Possession (OCAP®) certificates.  

To find out more about how we can help you, your community or organization, please contact us here.

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