NCSA is essentially a PR organization that exists primarily as court assistants. They publicize themselves as Aboriginal icons creating change based on authentic indigenous history and teachings. The basis of Aboriginal spirituality and morality is lost within the politics of this organization. The company has the three top executives related (husband, sister, wife) and this seclusion is reflective of the entire organization. They are the only Alberta company in this field void of partnerships with any outside organization. NCSA is among the lowest paying, and with the poorest work ethics and upholding of policy I have witnessed in the province. There is a deep lack of morality and victim mentality that has kept this organization from progressing beyond its legal standpoint and professed public image. They have wonderful success in the justice system and Buffalo Sage which stands apart greatly from NCSA, should truly be the future of the company. The board of directors is untouchable and out of communication no matter how hard you may try. Despite being documented by their own policy and demanded via accreditation, the board of directors is impossible to contact. If you are in good with the upper management a blind eye is turned to the most deplorable and unethical of practices. The organization is managed and governed by personal friendships and relationships, and this is the true reflection of NCSA beyond any laws or policy, and far overshadowing the beauty of any true Aboriginal culture.
They have done excellent with Buffalo Sage/justice system
Highly unethical and underpaid