Coeuraj is a transformation practice that exists to create a more inclusive, collaborative, and sustainable world.

Meet our team
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Featured Work

Case Study
2023

Redefining the Iconic Cowichan Sweater Business 

Victoria Native Friendship Centre and Ecologyst
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Engagement
2022

Reimagining Canada’s Financial Services Sector Through Indigenous Reconciliation Action Planning

TMX Group
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Case Study
2021

Advancing Indigenous Research Through Systems Mapping & Resource Creation

Indigenous Institutes Consortium
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Creating A Shared Future

We need a future that is both prosperous and sustainable. Read insights from our team, interviews, and more on the importance of creating a healthy planet, a resilient society, and a regenerative economy in 2023 and beyond.

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Featured Ideas

Insight

Creating a Healthy Planet Through Infrastructure & Critical Mineral Development

Coeuraj Insight
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How Organizations Can Leverage Design to Build Powerful Strategic Plans

Coeuraj Insight
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Collaborative Design Is a Tool for Change: Here’s How It Helps Teams Succeed

Coeuraj Insight
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News & Media

Article published in the Canadian Mining Journal

Media

Read what Coeuraj's Charlie Ursell and SLR Consulting's Stephan Theban have to say about the future of mining and mine closure in this article published recently in the Canadian Mining Journal.

Facilitating The Big Ideas Festival

News

Reimagining Closure Summary Report

Release

Reimagining Closure is a multi-year initiative exploring how mine closure can be reframed and repurposed to better serve the long-term needs of all regional stakeholders. Read the report on our latest engagement session here.

Global Courage Fellowship

News

We’re excited to announce the launch of our #GlobalCourage Fellowship. The theme for our inaugural class is “Bridging Divides: Building Trust in an Increasingly Polarized World.” To learn more about the program, click here.