Thanks for your interest in Spiritlink Communications

Kristin Kozuback launched Spiritlink Communications in 1999 with the vision to:

"Enhance sales & marketing strategies with creativity & innovation."

Our work has evolved to take a holistic, inclusive approach to developing and delivering workshops, training programs, and marketing strategies that promote social responsibility and ReconciliACTION.

Spiritlink specializes in raising awareness about Aboriginal and Indigenous issues and partnership opportunities, empowering women, and supporting youth engagement. We enable YOU to support entrepreneurial thinking in your community and organization, attract a more diverse customer base and develop a more inclusive workforce.   

Learn more About Us, Our Workshops and ProductsOur Successes and Social Responsibility - why we do what we do.

Indigenous Language Thank You Postcards & Greeting Cards

My family taught me to send thank you cards to people and organizations that help me along my journey. I'm grateful to the community of Indigenous Elders, students and language experts who contribute to designing unique cards that celebrate the diversity of Aboriginal languages and provide a simple yet thoughtful way to say, 'thanks!'

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Learn more about 'the story behind the card' and ways to CUSTOMIZE our cards with your logo and message.

Embrace ReconciliACTION with a socially responsible AND gracious gift for your staff, sponsors, or conference speakers and delegates. 

Entrepreneurship & Small Business Development:
Benefits of Including Indigenous Perspectives

Spiritlink workshops and training programs move beyond the 'FUNdamental Skills' that build successful businesses. Learn why including Indigenous knowledge and values has social, environmental and financial rewards. Check out Our Products and Services

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September 30th is Orange Shirt Day
Every Child Matters

Phyllis Webstad's story about her Residential School experience and Reconciliation Canada Week inspired us to create a t-shirt campaign to remind Canadians that EVERY CHILD MATTERS.

Click Learn more about #OrangeShirtDay and Spiritlink's partnership with Stó:Lö Nation artist and activist, Tara-Lee Gardner. 

Looking for RedWAY BC News?

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Over 9,200 international subscribers signed up to receive Spiritlink's free online magazine, RedWAY News. Over 20 Youth joined our Aboriginal Youth Media Team (affectionately known as 'The AYM Team') to share their own stories and disseminate news about Indigenous businesses, issues, cultural events, training programs and job opportunities.

Spiritlink's owner, Kristin Kozuback, and her long-time business associate and mentor, Flavio Caron, created RedWAY Media Inc. in 2015 to fill the need for Indigenous-owned, innovative media and consulting company. We're launching a new website and RedWAY News in December 2018, so stay tuned for updates and ways that you can get involved!