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What is an Indigenous Social Enterprise?



MSS defines itself as a social enterprise through our commitment to reinvesting earnings from our operation in the reconcilliation and development of at-risk and indigenous communities.

According to The Social Enterprise Alliance, the term social enterprise applies to "Organizations that address a basic unmet need or solve a social or environmental problem through a market-driven approach."

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How We Give Back

Through partnerships with Not For Profit agencies and the Turtle Island Health and Research Society, MSS has made significant investments in projects across Canada that includes the following initiatives:

Bursaries

Nursing Bursaries in the NorthWest Territories.
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Helping Others

UBC Department of Psychiatry Research Grant.

Responses

Direct Relief for Indigenous and at-risk people in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver.

Education

Education Grants for the Vancouver Homework Club.

Sharing

Support of Indigenous Artists across Canada.

Support

Housing support for homeless and at-risk women (ATIRA Women's Resource Society)

Our Solutions Are Indigenous



With offices in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario, Turtle Island aims to provide healthcare program support, financial relief and academic subsidy for the betterment of our most impoverished citizens, who live with co-morbid disease states and social disadvantage.



Turtle Island Society



Turtle Island Health and Research Society is an indigenous-led Not For Profit organization based out of Northwest Territories and servicing at-risk citizens across Canada.