Home Coming celebration in Mishkeegogamang 

 

True North Aboriginal Partnership works with a number of charities in response to needs in Ontario First Nations communi-ties. The organization seeks to develop new partnerships with the view of working together in the development of sustainable programs which will lead to a renewed sense of hope for the future for First Nations Communities.  Since 2004, True North Aboriginal Partnership has worked alongside First Nations leaders to identify and support community development.

 

 

True North Aboriginal Partnership is concerned for the wellbeing of First Nations families living in remote communities and their lack of adequate housing. Substandard fire protection results in a high level of deaths. Many homes are overcrowded with inadequate maintenance leading to increased risks to health and safety. True North Aboriginal partnership seeks to work with First Nations and reputable builders to develop sustainable housing leading to healthy living.

 

Interviewing First Nations leader in Mishkeegogamang helping to get the story out to Canadians of the needs and to engage and promote reconciliation

 

True North Aboriginal Partnership seeks to work with the media to promote the value of building respectful relationships with First Nations communities, building an awareness with the people of Canada as to the challenges faced in those communities, and providing opportunities for people to respond to the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Report.  We believe that in responding to the report Canadians can begin the journey of building true reconciliation and positive respectful relations with First Nations people.

 

 Learning the art of Baking - Classes in Mishkeegogamang community centre

 

Making Community deliveries in the winter is not an easy task 

 

Summer Fun for the children of Mishkeegogamang at our summer camp 

 

Community members checking out donated clothing for their families 

Two of our volunteer construction men checking out the tepee 

True North Aboriginal Partnership works with a number of charities in response to needs in Ontario First Nations communi-ties. The organization seeks to develop new partnerships with the view of working together in the development of sustainable programs which will lead to a renewed sense of hope for the future for First Nations Communities.  Since 2004, True North Aboriginal Partnership has worked alongside First Nations leaders to identify and support community development.

 

 

 

 

True North Aboriginal Partnership is concerned for the wellbeing of First Nations families living in remote communities and their lack of adequate housing. Substandard fire protection results in a high level of deaths. Many homes are overcrowded with inadequate maintenance leading to increased risks to health and safety. True North Aboriginal partnership seeks to work with First Nations and reputable builders to develop sustainable housing leading to healthy living.

True North Aboriginal Partnership seeks to work with the media to promote the value of building respectful relationships with First Nations communities, building an awareness with the people of Canada as to the challenges faced in those communities, and providing opportunities for people to respond to the recommen-dations of the Truth and Reconciliation Report.  We believe that in responding to the report Canadians can begin the jour-ney of building true reconciliation and positive respectful relations with First Nations people.

Many Canadians are now aware and horrified since the Truth and Reconciliation report has been published and many are eager to respond and begin the process of reconciliation. Responding and correcting the wrongs of past history is not an easy task. Many Canadians want to engage but don't know how to respond or where to start. True North Aboriginal Partnership has been incorporated as a not-for-profit charitable organization whose main purpose is to help people connect to First Nations peoples, build bridges of understanding, and begin the journey of true reconciliation. We provide the vehicle through our experience and relationships to facilitate reconciliation. We are need of sponsor’s financial support to continue our work and are able through our charity to provide Tax receipts to people living in Canada. We are stronger together and together we can build a brighter future for First Nations peoples of Canada.  

 

 

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