We have read the many comments about the camping injustices and inequities that exist in Edmonton that allow certain groups of society to use spaces while other groups are denied and forcibly removed from similar spaces. We want to state that we respect that the camping location we are using is a shared space and have no expectation of exclusive use. However, we also need to address our privilege that enabled us to ignore the inequities and realities experienced by fellow citizens who only wanted the same advantages and access. We are listening and educating ourselves to become an effective ally and to take responsibility for making changes that will help others be successful. We are meeting with organizations that work with vulnerable populations and with local Indigenous community members and leaders to explore and develop opportunities and partnerships. We are committed to inclusive hiring practices and will continue with this as we grow. There are many more actions for us to take and important conversations to have but going forward we are determined to do better as people, and as a business so that everyone in our community can benefit.