Indigenous Resources

Addressing climate issues also means addressing cultural and societal issues. Torontocentreplan.org aims to include building the capacity of communities and tribal governments to develop mechanisms to protect our sacred sites, land, water, air, natural resources, health of both our people and all living things, and to build economically sustainable communities. Building the capacity of community to address policy, building alliances among Indigenous communities, new Canadians, faith-based and women’s groups, youth, labor, environmental organizations and others.

We are passionate about indigenous people growing and eating plentiful organic foods all year round in all kinds of weather. We are determined to provide comfortable, affordable homes, schools and community buildings that use alternative energies on or off the grid.

Whalefeather partners with indigenous people, companies and communities to help them build and run their own food, housing and education businesses. No previous experience required. This is a long-term commitment.

 

To improve the health and well-being of Aboriginal People in spirit, mind, emotion and body by providing Traditional Healing within a multi-disciplinary health care model.

They include Traditional Healers, Elders and Medicine People, Physicians, Nurses, Chiropractors, Naturopaths, FASD Workers, Massage Therapists, Traditional Counsellors, Enaadamged Kwe, Circle of Care Workers, a Psychiatrist, Chiropodist and Dentist.

The model of health care at Anishnawbe Health Toronto is based on our culture and traditions. Direction is provided by a volunteer Board made up of community members. Our centre is accredited by Canadian Centre for Accreditation (CCA). Health care services at Anishnawbe Health Toronto are provided by a wide range of professional and dedicated providers.

 

Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment and Training was created in 1991 to meet the unique training and employment needs of aboriginal peoples. Miziwe Biik provides the Greater Toronto Area’s Aboriginal community with training initiatives and employment services.

Formerly known as the The Greater Toronto Aboriginal Management Board (G.T.A.M.B), the name MIZIWE BIIK was given to us by Elder Jim Windigo. Our new name is associated with the female water spirit, and means water which flows all around us.