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Works through generous support of the federal government, corporate sponsors, charitable foundations and individual donations.
Deals with heritage and history of our country.
The Native Women’s Resource Centre is a culturally-based organization that delivers programs and services to empower and enrich Native women and children to build strong families and communities.
The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto is one of Canada's largest and oldest Friendship Centres. It was founded to provide a meeting place and support services for Aboriginal people in the city of Toronto.
Strives to provide for a life of quality, well being, caring and healing for children and families in the Toronto Native Community. Provides services, events, stories, programs, resources and contact details.
Organized and coordinated by Indian Art-I-Crafts of Ontario, a non-profit Aboriginal organization.
Association helps to develop aboriginal society.
Creates employment and income opportunities for residents through business development in arts, crafts and cuisine.
Assist First Nation peoples in developing and implementing initiatives for the positive rebuilding of Indigenous communities, nations, governments and organizations.
Provides Facilitation and Dispute Resolution, Business and Marketing Plan Development, Consultancy, Communications and Public Relations, Research, Graphic Design.