Working with Reconciliation – A Four-Part Series

May 5 - 26, 2022

Register for this exciting four-part Webinar Series:

Join us on every Thursday in May from 12 pm to 1 pm to learn from Solomon Reece (Indige Corp). He will provide a series of four Indigenous relationship building sessions to members of the Real Estate Institute of British Columbia (REIBC). These sessions will help members to understand the Indigenous business environment and how to better relate to the Indigenous experience and how to work effectively in that context.

The format for these sessions will be a 30-minute presentation followed by a 30-minute questions and answer period, in keeping with REIBC ‘Lunch and Learn’ program.

  • May 5: The Art of the Introduction: Learning how to locate yourself in an Indigenous context
  • May 12: Planning for Success: Understanding the unique business environment First Nations now occupy
  • May 19: Two-Eyed Seeing: An introduction to the concept of Two-Eyed Seeing, seeing things from both an Indigenous and non-Indigenous Lens
  • May 26: Reciprocal Relationships: Learning how to share skills to build better relationships

This is your opportunity to have questions answered. Questions can be sent in advance to or you can ask them in the Q&A session of the webinar. Either is perfectly acceptable.

Registration for each session ends the day before the session.

Events/Solomon_Alternate_Headshot.jpgAbout Solomon Reece-Brass

Solomon is Anishinaabe, Tsimshian and Gitxsan, he is Treaty from the Key First Nation, located in north eastern Saskatchewan. Solomon is the first in three generations to be raised by his own parents because of assimilationist government policy. Solomon has worked for the BC Public Service; and a consultant in both the public and private sector. Solomon’s work focuses on Reconciliation, decolonization, inter-cultural engagement, issues management and community engagement. Solomon’s practice has been deeply influenced by his culture, upbringing and professional experience. His toolkit has been enriched through the mentorship he has received in his career from senior leaders in both the Indigenous and non-Indigenous community.
Solomon has experience working with government, engaging with and for Indigenous communities as well as providing advice to public and private interests. Solomon is passionate about the meaningful inclusion of Indigenous voices, culture, knowledge and values in every project he engages in. Solomon works actively to understand core issues, analyze systemic and organizational blind spots and identify opportunities for transformation. Solomon’s focus is solutions oriented, building on past success and constant innovation.

Culture and ritual are a key component of Solomon’s work, building on the legacy and gifts of his ancestors. Solomon believes that ritual and observing protocols are an inclusive and dynamic way of meaningful Indigenization of his professional practice. Solomon immerses his process with his traditions which informs his results-oriented approach.

Solomon recognizes the intersectionality of Canada and the journey of Reconciliation and the need for pragmatic, visionary thinking of not where we are, but where we are going. Solomon has two feet in two worlds, with two eyes seeing.

REIBC acknowledges the support of the Real Estate Foundation of British Columbia

Real Estate Foundation of British Columbia


You may register for the Complete Series or Individual Webinars

  • Free for REIBC members
  • Free for Members of CCIM, MIABC or REIC
  • For non-members:
    • each webinar is $34.99 
    • complete series is $99.99