Truth and Reconciliation

Here at GoBright Lights, we believe in the power of reconciliation. As we reflect on our past and look to a brighter future, we want to acknowledge the hardship and hurt that Indigenous peoples have endured. Although we cannot change the past, we can shape the days yet to come.

Our hope is to foster open and honest conversations to promote healing. We know there is still much work to be done, but by listening and learning from one another, we believe reconciliation is possible. There is light ahead if we walk this path together.

Our permanent lights shine year-round as a symbol of our commitment to illuminate the truth, reject blind prejudice, and build bridges between all people. Even the longest nights give way to the warm glow of new beginnings. We remain dedicated to this ongoing journey.

Let the spirit of the season live in our hearts every day. With open minds, compassionate hearts, and determination to do better, we can move forward in a good way. The light within each of us will guide us.

Our Project with The Tsuut’ina Nation Police

GoBright Lights was honoured to collaborate with the Tsuut’ina Nation Police on an important community project this past year. Our company provided year-round permanent, energy-efficient LED lights to adorn the Tsuut’ina Nation Police building. This project represented an opportunity to foster mutual understanding and strengthen relationships between GoBright Lights and the Tsuut’ina community. As a non-Indigenous owned company, we recognize the importance of reconciliation and are committed to listening, learning, and walking in a good way with Indigenous peoples.

By working together with the Tsuut’ina Nation Police on this lighting initiative, we aimed to spread awareness about ongoing injustices while also shining a light on a spirit of hope and possibility for the future. The illuminated police station now serves as a symbol of our partnership and as a reminder that when we build connections based on trust and transparency, we can move forward as allies and friends. Projects like these remind us that reconciliation requires an ongoing, active commitment from all sides.

At GoBright Lights, we are grateful for the chance to collaborate and build understanding between communities. We look ahead to a future with more initiatives like this that unite people in a spirit of respect and reconciliation.