National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Today, we recognize the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and stand with our Indigenous colleagues and communities. Spud is committed as a company to furthering our and our team’s understanding of the history and impacts of residential schools and the mistreatment of Indigenous People. We are grateful that we will have the chance to take this day to observe, learn, participate, and hold space for healing, reparations, and unity. We stand with our Indigenous colleagues and communities by listening, and learning.

Spud and Blush Lane, acknowledge that we are privileged to come and work together on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of Indigenous nations. Please find the complete list here: 

In British Columbia: 

  • Musqueam 
  • Squamish Nation 
  • Tsleil-Waututh FirstNation 
  • Tsawwassen First Nation 
  • Semiahmoo First Nation 
  • Sumas First Nation 
  • Katzie First Nation 
  • Qayqayt First Nation 
  • Kwikwetlem First Nation 
  • Kwantlen First Nation  
  • Sto:lo Nation 
  • Tzeachten First Nation 
  • Squiala First Nation 
  • Sq’ewa:lxw First Nation 
  • Leq’a:mel First Nation 
  • Lil’wat Nation 
  • Westbank First Nation 
  • Lower Similkameen Indian Band 
  • Nanoose First Nation  
  • Cowichan Tribes  
  • Songhees Nation  
  • Tsawout First Nation,  
  • Tsartlip First Nation 
  • T’Sou-ke Nation 
  • Tseycum First Nation 
  • Esquimalt Nation 
  • Snuneymuxw First Nation 
  • Metis Nation of BC 

In Alberta:

  • Siksikaitsitapi Blackfoot Confederacy Tribal Council (Siksika, Kainai-Blood Tribe, Peigan-Piikani, and Aamskapi Pikuni)  
  • Tsuut’ina Nation 
  • Îyâxe Nakoda Nation  
  • Métis Nation of Alberta 
  • Nehiyaw (Cree First Nation)  
  • Denesuline (Dene Nation) 
  • Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation  
  • Saulteaux First Nation 

SPUD has been delivering local and organic groceries in Vancouver and the lower mainland for the past 20 years, and now services Vancouver Island, Calgary, and Edmonton as well!

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