National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

September 29, 2021

Our office will be closed September 30 to Honour the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

The staff and family of Saltmedia and IT Horizons are dedicating this day—and every September 30—to give respect to the Indigenous peoples of Canada and to work towards the necessary goal of truth and reconciliation.

We acknowledge that this is work that should be done every day in Canada. At the same time, we are immensely grateful for this important step of a National Day. As many of you know, Saltmedia is a proudly Indigenous-owned and operated business based in Grande Prairie.

Every Indigenous Canadian that you know is directly impacted by the residential school system. Everyone. We believe that an essential step towards addressing this impact is to listen and learn.

On September 30, please take time to hear stories from our Indigenous brothers and sisters.

Message from the President

Angie Saltman, President

"I have been working towards learning my culture. At one time, my ancestors were proud to be who they were—to be Métis. My granny always told us to be proud of being Métis. Sometimes this is difficult, as I try to recover what was lost of our culture, beliefs, traditions, and search for my identity.

I stand in solidarity with all Indigenous people. Like all Canadians, and all global citizens, I recognize that we have much to learn about our history. I am ready to listen and learn."

Angie Saltman

About Angie Saltman

I'm President and Visionary Lead at Saltmedia.  Hi! I’m a big ideas person with an extensive technical and creative background. Together with my fantastic team, we bring great ideas to life. Let’s put our heads together and create some success!

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Proudly Métis owned

Office Address

#101, 10418 99 Ave
Grande Prairie, AB
T8V 0S3

Mailing Address

PO Box 23072 GP
AB, T8V 6X2

Saltmedia Inc operates on the traditional territory of Treaty 8 in what is now known as Grande Prairie. We value the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit who lived and cared for this land long before Canada was founded, and we recognize that it is a privilege to operate our business here.


Our Prince George site operates on the traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh.


We are grateful to the Elders and Knowledge Keepers who are with us today, and those who’ve gone before us.

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