Darryl White believes learning about Indigenous history and culture is critical for advancing reconciliation. He shares this perspective in BMO’s announcement that it is marking this year’s National Day for Truth and Reconciliation by providing an interactive eLearning initiative, Nisitohtamowin, free to the public for the next three years in partnership with First Nations University of Canada.  

“The success of BMO’s Indigenous Banking Unit, along with educational initiatives like the Nisitohtamowin eLearning course and the progress we’ve made on Indigenous employment growth through programs like Miikana Career Pathways, inspire our journey to deeper understanding, to advancing reconciliation and to eliminating barriers to inclusion for all.” 

Darryl White, Chief Executive Officer, BMO Financial Group