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What clients have said about our editing

Alicia offered really excellent resources and thought provoking questions to help me improve my project. Her communication was detailed and clear and I very much enjoyed our interactions. I would definitely recommend Edified Projects to other writers. – Fiction author

Edified Projects gave me targeted feedback on language, potential issues, and best approaches in my creative writing and communications with regards to Indigenous issues. I greatly appreciated their advice, promptness, and attention to budget. – P.D. Workman, Author

I have used Alicia’s editing services for the past 4 years. She is efficient, skillful, and dependable when completing deadlines. Alicia is a talented editor and I highly recommend her services. – Lori, Edmonton, AB

As an international student, to be honest, I find it quite hard to follow the writing and thinking patterns in English, especially doing such a big project in the area of education. Your help means way more than editing, because you are my writing guru! You’ve helped me to make my project “shine.” – Xiaonuo (Nicole) Li 

After having to look at my thesis for two years straight there were multiple issues that needed correcting, as well as some errors that I simply did not see/was not aware of. Alicia caught these errors and helped correct the citation in my thesis so that it was concise and up to proper standards. I am happy to say that my thesis was approved for graduation without any citation or formatting errors! – Amabel D’Souza

What clients have said about our Indigenous consultation

The time that was taken to explain the land acknowledgment and how that connects to our organization had a deep impact on making this more than just words being spoken at the beginning of our meetings. It allowed me to connect with the words and the meaning each and every time I use the acknowledgment. Providing a safe space to ask questions and learn made the process personal and meaningful. – Lena BouSaleh – Diversity & Inclusion Specialist, Servus Credit Union

What clients have said about our workshops

The land acknowledgement workshop taught me so much about myself my own kinship how I show up in the world to my community and myself. It connected me to my ancestors myself and my future. I also took away the skills to bring Land acknowledgments into personal and professional settings in a way that’s appropriate and authentic. I loved being in a group setting to learn and having different styles of acknowledgments that were “beyond the script” was so impactful and important to my learning. I didn’t expect the experience to be so emotional for me and I’m thankful that it was and that the facilitators and participants provided a safe space for vulnerability and truth. – Steph Kosty, Fulcrum Executive Coaching and Consulting

Alicia, Becca, Destiny, and Kyle fostered an extremely emphatic, caring and safe online space in which to explore various considerations and processes that go into planning, writing, and sharing personal land acknowledgments. I appreciated the two workshop format that allowed for a much needed reflection period in between. I walked away from this experience feeling motivated and inspired to push myself to get more comfortable with being uncomfortable in both reflecting on my relations and non-innocent responsibilities that come with growing up, living, and working on Treaty 6 and 7 territory and (currently) living in Tiohtià:ke, commonly known as Montreal, on the unceded Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) territory. I highly recommend this workshop to anyone looking to reflect and act on what it means to live and work in good relations. – Matana Skoye, University of Alberta