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FNIM Resources

The following table has been compiled to provide an extensive list of resources for First Nations, Inuit and Métis people.

Organization / ResourceHow To Access – LinkDescription
Nigig Nibi Ki-Win Gamik SocietyChild & Family Services – Algonquins of PikwakanaganAnishinabek Gamik Pikwakanagan Child & Family Services have become Nigig Nibi Ki-Win Gamik Society. (613)-625-2173 or [email protected]
Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First NationAlgonquins of PikwakanaganInformation on Programs & Services for the First Nation at Pikwakanagan
Bonnechere Algonquin First
BAFNInformation Website for BAFN – provides information also on Algonquin Traditions and Programs
Tungasuvvingat Inuit (TI)tiontario.caInformation and Services for Tungasuvvingat Inuit
Métis Nation of OntarioMétis Nation OntarioInformation on Métis Programs and Services – Healing and Wellness;
Education and Training; Infinite Property Services; Lands, Resources and
Consultation; and Economic Development
Circle of Turtle LodgeCircle of Turtle LodgeHelping Indigenous People Restore Traditional Culture
Turtle Lodge Trading PostTurtle Lodge Trading PostFor purchases of medicines, Indigenous Art, Books, etc.
Mashkiwizii Manido Foundation: Joanne – Healing Circles, Culturally Specific – Individual and Group Support,
Mental Health – Addictions – Trauma.
[email protected]
Renfrew County District School Board (RCDSB): Indigenous EducationRCDSB Indigenous EducationInformation on Indigenous Education within Renfrew County for the Public
School Board
Algonquin College:
Mamidosewin Centre
Algonquin College Mamidosewin CentreCelebrating and supporting Indigenous culture for all students
Champlain Health Line: Renfrew County & District Aboriginal Friendship Centre – Bonnechere Algonquin CommunityChamplain Health LineInformation on the different Services in Health Care in the Champlain Region
County of Renfrew: Indigenous RelationsCounty of Renfrew Indigenous RelationsInformation and access to Community Services within the County of Renfrew
First Nations Communities in Ontariofirstnation.caProvides information on Community Name, Band #, Tribal Council, etc.
OACAS (Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies)Communications and Public Engagement – Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies ( and Supports for Ontario Families
Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship CentresOFIFCPlaces to Gather and Learn
Ontario Native Women’s AssociationOntario Native Women’s AssociationProvides information on Programs and Services – A Voice for Indigenous Women’s Issues
CASW Reconciliation HubCASW Reconciliation HubReconciliation Practice Resources
First Nations Child & Family Care SocietyHow to Access Jordan’s PrincipleHow to Access Services & Supports through Jordan’s Principle
Talk4HealingThe Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto
Culturally grounded, fully confidential helpline for Indigenous women available in 14 languages all across Ontario. Available 24/7.
Métis Healthy Babies Healthy Children ProgramMétis Nation Healthy BabiesSupport to Métis expectant parents and families with children 0-6, including peer counseling, referrals, diapers, groceries etc.
Government of Ontario: Anti-Human Trafficking Indigenous -LedIndigenous led Services Human Trafficking (PDF)Indigenous-led services for Human Trafficking Survivors
7th Generation Image Makers7th Generation Image MakersArts Program for Indigenous Youth
Government of OntarioIndigenous Health and Wellness OntarioLearn about Indigenous health and wellness strategy, youth work exchange and internship programs, education strategies, housing, legal help, and Northern Ontario roads.
Congress of Aboriginal PeoplesCongress of Aboriginal PeoplesRepresents the interests of Métis, status and No-status Indians and Southern Inuit Indigenous People living off reserve in Canada.
MMIWG – Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women & GirlsFinal Report | MMIWG ( Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
Government of Canada: First Nations LocationsFirst Nations LocationFirst Nation geographic location dataset – geographic location of First Nations (groups and subgroups) in Canada.
Government of Canada: Indigenous Services CanadaIndigenous Services CanadaTo improve access to high quality services for First Nation, Inuit and Métis.
Government of Canada: Jordan’s PrincipleJordan’s Principle Government of CanadaInformation on Jordan’s Principle – Jurisdiction
Government of Canada: Truth and Reconciliation Commission of CanadaTruth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada ( Truth and Reconciliation and contains The Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Final Report
Aboriginal Head Start ProgramsAboriginal Head Start ProgramsHead Start Program
First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness Help, culturally competent telephone counselling, 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is available in English, French and upon request in Cree, Ojibway, and Inuktitut
Indigenous Shelter and Transitional Housing InitiativeListing of Shelters for Indigenous WomenListing of Shelters for Indigenous women and children across Canada
Government of Canada:
Indigenous Healing Lodges
Indigenous Healing LodgesInformation on Indigenous Healing Lodges across Canada
Traditional Indigenous
Kinship Practices
Traditional Indigenous Kinship PracticesChild-Centred – Indigenous Motherhood
The National Association of Friendship Centres: The Native Youth Advisory CouncilThe Native Youth Advisory CouncilThe Native Youth Advisory Council is a group of urban Indigenous youth ages 15-29 who have a passion to lead and advocate for positive change
Aboriginal Legal legal-related programs for Indigenous Indigenous national charity that invests in the education of FNIM
Destination IndigenousDestination IndigenousFind Indigenous experiences in Canada
National Residential School
Crisis Line
1-866-925-4419Provides support to former students of residential schools.
Family & Children's Services of Renfrew County. Together, A Caring Community
Services à la famille et à l'enfance du Comté de Renfrew. Ensemble, Une Communaté Bienvillante.