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OUR MISSION

Is to support and mentor Indigenous youth on and off reserves to start their own businesses and thrive.

Here's a little bit about this story. First Nation reserves are pieces of land that the Canadian government forced the Indigenous people onto. These reserves span all across Canada and these communities are generally very isolated.

Being a member of Mattagami First Nation, and having travelled, lived, and visited many reserves in his life, Trevor Little Eagle McKay saw unrealized talent within most of the people that he met.

From there, Bear Cave Silent Booths began to put together a mentorship program.

Being passionate about empowering Indigenous people, our mission at Bear Cave Silent Booths is to bring Indigenous talent and gifts forward and foster confidence and business development within the youth.

For more information about the program

Bear Cave Silent Booths is an Indigenous business that stands on the foundation of the seven teachings. The seven teachings in Indigenous culture are wisdom, courage, love, truth, honesty, respect, and humility.

When you use your Bear Cave these teachings are it's foundation, just as the wood and material were needed to build it, so were the sacred teachings.