Transformative technologies for sustainable coexistence
Transformative technologies for sustainable coexistence

We are a network of technologists and social innovators in the Pacific Northwest seeking to help facilitate the clean energy transition by grounding emerging technologies in the wisdom of Indigenous ways of being.

What We Do

ChinookX operates data centres in partnership with Indigenous Utilities, synergizing private sector interests with reconciliation in the pursuit of regional economies based on clean energy transition. We are also leading research in partnership with Blockchain@UBC and the Human Data Commons Foundation, exploring how Indigenous values can be expressed in computational algorithms.
What We Do
A data centre is a building or space used to house computer systems and associated components such as servers, used for the purpose of collecting, storing, processing, distributing and allowing access to large amounts of data.

Indigenous Data Centres

Indigenous Nations have the jurisdictional authority and moral fortitude to accelerate and transform energy transitioning not only in British Columbia, but globally. Data centres operated on Indigenous territories have the potential to facilitate the transition from fossil fuels by managing SMARTgrid circuitry and renewable energy distribution. By placing the implementation of this technology into the hands of the rightful stewards of these lands, we are supporting not only energy equity and regional governance participation in the transition from fossil fuels, but also reconciliation and the resurgence of strong Indigenous cultures, societies and governance structures.
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Indigenous Values as Computational Algorithms

Many Indigenous cultures in the Pacific Northwest and around the world have ancient laws that ensured reciprocity between tribes and maintained harmony with the natural world. Protocols were established and passed on through oral tradition to govern all aspects of trade and commerce, social structures, and territory stewardship. We at ChinookX have asked the question: Can the fundamental values of those Indigenous laws and protocols be programmed on a Blockchain?
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Detail of a totem pole located in Duncan, British Columbia. Wood carving representation of a person.

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ChinookX Technologies Ltd has offices and operations on unceded Lekwungen territory (Victoria) as well as the xwməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and Səl̓ílwətaʔ (Tsleil-Waututh) First Nations (Vancouver).

 

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Phone: 1-250-898-9054
#201-736 Broughton Street, Victoria, BC                                                                         admin@chinookx.ca

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