The Aboriginal Education Outreach Program (AEOP) is an interactive project that has been set up to promote and foster a greater understanding of Native People in North America and their distinct cultures. Through the AEOP students are exposed to the teachings and traditions of Indigenous Nations: First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people. The Program ensures that students get relevant information and a thorough understanding of Native culture and an up close, in person lesson that brings Native people out of the history books and into a contemporary context, moving away from common stereotypes and misconceptions.
The Aboriginal Circle of Life Services Program is designed to provide a supportive environment for Aboriginal people residing in the Greater Toronto Area through the delivery of client centred services enabling them to live independently in their homes. The ACOLS Program is delivered by certified Personal Support Workers. In addition services can be provided by PSW’s on staff who speak fluently in Cree and Ojibway. Congregate dining is also available on a daily basis to seniors as well as other community members.
The Cultural Program here at the Native Canadian Centre plays an important role in educating and providing services for the members of the centre. There are many activities coordinated by the Cultural Department such as drumming and dancing socials, kids activities, various ceremonies and language classes for all members of the NCCT.
DODEM KANONHSA’ Elder’s Cultural Facility is a learning and sharing facility which fosters greater acceptance, understanding and harmony between members of First Nations and Non-Aboriginal People.
The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto provides Information and Referral Services (C&R) that connect people in the community with service providers, information and/or linkage with other Aboriginal or Non-Aboriginal agencies.
The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto is pleased to offer Okichitaw classes to members of the NCCT. There is a minimal charge to participate. You will require an NCCT Membership to participate in the Martial Arts classes. Master George Lepine personally instructs the class and has over 30 years training and teaching experience and is the founder and Chief Instructor of Oki Chi Taw (Indigenous Combat).
The Toronto Native Community History Project (TNCHP) was founded in 1995 and our current work revolves around three key components: Popular Education, Resource Centre and Youth Involvement. We also offer tours of Toronto from the Aboriginal perspective.
Are you looking a great way to help your community? Would you like a chance to meet some of the most interesting and dynamic youth in the city of Toronto? The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto is the place to be. We are currently seeking energetic youth from the Native and non-Native community to become involved in our activities. These activities include volleyball, basketball, hockey, and all kinds of other activities.