The City of Moose Jaw has launched its first-ever Indigenous relations web page and Indigenous logo.

The Indigenous logo, picture above, incorporates elements of the "Notorious" logo while paying tribute to Moose Jaw's Indigenous orgins will be for used in City-related Indigenous celebrations, ceremonies and correspondence.

“These initiatives are the latest steps in the City’s path to Reconciliation,” said City Manager, Maryse Carmichael in a prepared statement.

“We hope these actions will further strengthen relationships with Indigenous community members and neighbours and provide all Moose Javians with insight into Moose Jaw’s Indigenous cultures, which continues to grow.”

The City's Indigenous relations web page includes the official land acknowledgement text, an introduction to Hayley Hart-Rushinko, Moose Jaw's Indigenous Liaison and other important information.

“One of our main goals has been to reestablish relationships between the City of Moose Jaw and Métis & First Nations,” explained Hayley Hart-Rushinko, Acting Manager, Communications and Stakeholder Relations.

“We’ve listened to our Indigenous stakeholders and will continue to seek mutually beneficial engagement and partnership opportunities. The City has a leadership role to play in Reconciliation and we will work towards answering the Calls to Action and creating a more inclusive community.”