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Benefits of Membership

Shared Path members will have exclusive access to research and supports, and opportunities to network and participate in policy reform through our newsletter, events, workshops, online Resource Library, member gallery and forum, Directorships and working committees.

Benefits of membership include:

Research and Information Sharing

  • Access to an online Resource Library (members-only section of website)
  • Opportunities to participate in research on engagement and consultation
  • Quarterly newsletter, reports and other information

Connecting and Networking

  • Private online Member gallery and forum
  • Contact privileges through a member profile and listserve
  • Partnership support, guides and tools
  • Invitations to special events (workshops, roundtables and networking events)
  • Discounts on events and workshops

Support and Influence

  • Championing policy reform and the benefits of consultation and engagement at all levels of government
  • Organizational representation on our website
  • Eligibility for Directorships and/or participation in the Shared Path working committees
  • Discounts on events and workshops

Education and Training

  • Membership card
  • Discounts on webinars

Members Are…

Shared Path has a broad membership base drawn from a community of practice that bridges academia, government, practitioners and professionals. We bring together Indigenous and non-Indigenous leaders in consultation, environmental research, archaeology, law, planning and other fields committed to deepening the dialogue around reconciliation, and sharing knowledge, best practices and common challenges around treaties, land use and governance.

The Process to Join

Individuals who are interested in furthering the purpose and misson of the Shared Path can become members by submitting a request here. You will be asked to select what type of membership you would like: Associate Membership (the default), Student Membership (which requires proof that you are enrolled in a post-secondary education program), Not-for-profit or Indigenous Organization/Community Membership, Educational Institution Membership, or Corporate/Government Membership. You will then go through a security check and be asked to fill in your contact and other information. Finally, you will be asked to select a payment method. Once submitted, you will receive an email with your login information, however you will not have full access to the members only section of the website until you have paid the applicable fee and your membership is activated. You can log in to your profile (via our partner Wild Apricot) where you can see any balance owing on your account. We will generally activate your membership within 2 business days of fees being paid, at which point you will gain full member access to our resource database and a host of other benefits.

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