Welcome to Wampum Records!

About Us

“Wampum Records is Indigenous owned and operated”

Wampum Records is Canada's premier Indigenous issues research and consulting firm. We are committed to providing objective third-party research services as they relate to Aboriginal issues in Canada. Whether you represent a government department, private organization, or an Indigenous community we will assemble the research team that best suits your specific needs.

The strength of our company is based on the quality and experience of our consultants. Our company has been providing research and consulting services for fourteen years. In that time we have built a reputation based on professionalism, efficiency and ability to meet the stated objectives of our various clients. At Wampum Records we understand that many issues cannot be discussed without reference to the larger socio-economic issues facing Canada's Indigenous population. Issues such as health, education and economic development must be analyzed as components of the larger Indigenous social landscape. Our experience allows us to examine any topic and how it relates to the resolution of existing issues facing Indigenous people in Canada.

Taynar Simpson - Research Director
Taynar Simpson
Taynar Simpson

Why Choose Us

Wampum Records will meet your project objectives through diligent research and sound policy advice.


At Wampum Records, our consultants will bring a wealth of experience to your project needs. Our consultants come from a variety of educational and experiential backgrounds. We bring over twenty-five years of consulting services with a focus on Indigenous relations, specifically Indigenous Claims.


With 150,000 days of research for government and non-governmental agencies such as ISC/CIRNAC, NCTR, AFN, and various First Nations we have built a reputation for quality research project management in a timely manner.


The combined experience of our researchers covers project work from all areas of Indigenous relations going back to 1995 encompassing litigation, residential schools, land claims, reconciliation, and community lead research.

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