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Message from The Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto, Executive Director and The Board of Directors

July 30, 2020  NWRCT has recognized and heard the many concerns from community regarding our virtual ceremony.  First, it is important that we take a moment to verbalize that we acknowledge, recognize and deeply respect all traditions and protocols from across Turtle Island; we recognize all agencies and territories that offer access and traditional supports. […]

COVID-19 March 20th, 2020

 IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM NATIVE WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTRE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS  Dear community,  In the light of COVID-19 and the evolving situation, NWRCT has come to the very difficult decision to temporarily close its doors, postponing all programs and services until further notice. This has been decided for the overall health, safety […]


March 16 2020 Dear community members and clients of NWRCT With the ongoing work around COVID 19 and the health and safety of everyone involved with NWRCT. We continue to evaluate and ensure measures are in place to protect the staff and public. This includes instructing staff returning from areas of risk or who feel […]

Kits For a Cause

Are you looking for a fun and engaging group volunteer opportunity while making an impact? Help us build Native Women’s Resource Centre Care Kits for those in the community who need it most. There are no limits to group sizes; whether your group is 5 or 500, you can help us, help our community! To learn more click […]

Community Consultations 2018

Community Engagement Strategy, in partnership with Waakebiness – Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health has developed a survey to hear and engage the voices of our community to assist with guidance for the future of the centre. Please take the anonymous survey here:


RED EMBERS, Allan Gardens Toronto NWRCT, Red Embers and Park People’s Public Space Incubator present our large scale banner installation in Allan Gardens. The 13 installations will honour Grandmother Moon as the leader of feminine life and to honour those who have experienced violence or assault with Grandmother Moon offering healing and balance to their […]

SUPPORT TRANSFORMATION   Proceeds of Kamama the Butterfly will be donated to the NWRCT in memory of Ian J. Cooper towards mental health and education. Please check the link below and support us all!!! 🙂

      Ahneen, Hello, Excited, optimistic, humbled and honoured are some of the many words that come to mind as I step into the position of Executive Director with Native Women’s Resource Centre of Toronto. Taking on this role is not a decision I have made lightly. I feel a great sense of responsibility, […]