(The information in this section is current as of September 20, 2014)
This page contains links to Aboriginal organizations throughout Ontario. Please contact Lyndon George at 289-680-4544 if you would like to add your organization to this list.
The Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres is a provincial Aboriginal organization representing the collective interests of member Friendship Centres located in towns and cities across the province. Friendship Centres serve the needs of all Aboriginal people regardless of legal status, and are the primary service delivery agents for Aboriginal people requiring culturally-sensitive and culturally-appropriate services in urban communities.
The Kihaay Anishinaabe Niin initiative encourages men to speak out against all forms of abuse towards Aboriginal women by embracing the Seven Grandfather Teachings which show us how to live in harmony with Creation.
The Kanawayhitowin website has been created to support women experiencing abuse, families, communities and front line workers to better educate themselves with resources and strategies to address abuse. The project aims to engage and unite communities around the seriousness of this issue, and hope for the healing of future generations.
Aboriginal YOUth LEADing the Way is a space where youth can discuss, share, connect and grow to further address skills, knowledge, attitudes and values on achieving and maintaining healthy relationships with family, friends, and community.
Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto provides services in housing and tenant rights, Ontario Works and Ontario Disability Support Program, Indian Act Matters, Canada Pension, Disability Application, Police Complaints, Criminal Injuries Compensation, Human Rights, Referral to lawyers on other matters.
This organization investigates complaints about Ontario police officers and police departments.
The Ontario Native Literacy Coalition (ONLC) provides information, support and training to Native Literacy Service Providers in the Province of Ontario. ONLC enhances literacy and awareness of literacy issues.
The main objective of the Chiefs of Ontario is to facilitate the discussion, planning, implementation and evaluation of all local, regional and national matters affecting the First Nations people of Ontario.
The Union of Indians is a political advocate for 39 member First Nations across Ontario. The Union delivers a variety of programs and services, such as Health, Social Services, Education, Intergovernmental Affairs and Treaty Research.
The Métis Nation of Ontario advocates for and provides services to its Métis members in order to preserve and promote Métis culture, identity and wellbeing.
The Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians (AIAI) advocates for the political interests of Oneida, Mohawk, Delaware, Potawatomi and Ojibway member Nations in Ontario.