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  • Drum Circle

    Drum Circle

    17:30-20:00
    2019-05-01
    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Dinner is at 5:30 p.m. Drumming starts at 6 p.m. and runs till 8 p.m. Open to all self-identifying women and two spirit (Indigenous and non-Indigenous). No experience needed. Tokens provided.

    Image result for indigenous drumming circle

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  • Drop-In

    Drop-In

    10:00-11:45
    2019-05-02-2019-05-27

    Drop-In (Personal Needs Support Program)  is accessible two days/week Tuesdays 10am-12:15pm and Thursdays 1:30pm-3:45pm on a first come first serve basis – Limited to one visit per client per week.

    Available services:

    – clothing bank
    – toiletries
    – showers Available on Thursdays
    – free laundry services (one load/week) Available on Tuesdays

     

    *Please note: Drop-In closes between 12:30 – 1:30 pm for lunch hour.

  • Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials

    Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials

    15:30-17:00
    2019-05-02

    This class runs every Thursday in April from 3:30pm-5:00pm (dinner served after class)

     

    Writing Essentials is a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in improving their writing skills. We will review topics like: how to write a proper sentence, paragraph and essay. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

     

    If you are interested, please contact Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an intake appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

  • Intermediate Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    Intermediate Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    17:00-18:45
    2019-05-02

    Language Keeper John Roy, is offering two language class weekly at Native Women’s Resource Centre: Beginner and Intermediate.

     

    Anishnaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in sharing and growing their Anishinabeemowin language and cultural knowledge. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

    If you are interested in this program, please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact the Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

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  • Grocery Support

    Grocery Support

    10:00-12:00
    2019-05-03
    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Image result for food bank clipart

    Weekly Food Bank run at NWRCT.

    Please come in person, between 10am-12pm. Registration required.

  • Beading Circle

    Beading Circle

    14:00-16:00
    2019-05-03

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  • ~ Online Learning ~ Computer Lab

    ~ Online Learning ~ Computer Lab

    13:30-14:30
    2019-05-06

    Starting  January 28th, this class runs every Monday (Except Feb 18, 2019)

    The Nbaakaawin Kwe (Wisdom Woman) Education Centre is offering a new computer lab. Participants can pick from a number of online classes, including: G1 Drivers Test Prep, Money Matters, Customer Service, Mindfulness, and much more! You can work independently on your course or with tutor support.  This series welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in learning Anishinaabemowin.

    This education series is now full. If you are interested in other Computer Literacy classes please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact  Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

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  • Drop-In

    Drop-In

    10:00-11:45
    2019-05-07-2019-06-01

    Drop-In (Personal Needs Support Program)  is accessible two days/week Tuesdays 10am-12:15pm and Thursdays 1:30pm-3:45pm on a first come first serve basis – Limited to one visit per client per week.

    Available services:

    – clothing bank
    – toiletries
    – showers Available on Thursdays
    – free laundry services (one load/week) Available on Tuesdays

     

    *Please note: Drop-In closes between 12:30 – 1:30 pm for lunch hour.

  • Liberty Moves

    Liberty Moves

    14:00-16:00
    2019-05-07

    Liberty Moves is a trauma-informed strength training program that takes a holistic, culture-based approach to cardiovascular and weight training. It is a program for reconnecting with our bodies and spirits in a grounded and loving way. Each session has both physical and mental/spiritual/emotional components as we move our bodies and also sit with one another to learn about and discuss our journeys back into relationships with ourselves.

  • Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math

    Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math

    15:30-17:00
    2019-05-07

    This class runs every Tuesday in April from 3:30pm-5:00pm (dinner served after class)

     

    Shopping Math is a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in improving their everyday math skills. We will review topics like: how to read a receipt, how to calculate taxes, etc. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

     

    If you are interested, please contact Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an intake appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

  • Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    17:00-18:45
    2019-05-07

    Language Keeper John Roy, is offering two language class weekly at Native Women’s Resource Centre: Beginner and Intermediate.

     

    Anishnaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in sharing and growing their Anishinabeemowin language and cultural knowledge. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

    If you are interested in this program, please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact the Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

  • More events
    • Drop-In
      Drop-In
      10:00-11:45
      2019-05-07-2019-06-01

      Drop-In (Personal Needs Support Program)  is accessible two days/week Tuesdays 10am-12:15pm and Thursdays 1:30pm-3:45pm on a first come first serve basis – Limited to one visit per client per week.

      Available services:

      – clothing bank
      – toiletries
      – showers Available on Thursdays
      – free laundry services (one load/week) Available on Tuesdays

       

      *Please note: Drop-In closes between 12:30 – 1:30 pm for lunch hour.

    • Liberty Moves
      Liberty Moves
      14:00-16:00
      2019-05-07

      Liberty Moves is a trauma-informed strength training program that takes a holistic, culture-based approach to cardiovascular and weight training. It is a program for reconnecting with our bodies and spirits in a grounded and loving way. Each session has both physical and mental/spiritual/emotional components as we move our bodies and also sit with one another to learn about and discuss our journeys back into relationships with ourselves.

    • Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math
      Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math
      15:30-17:00
      2019-05-07

      This class runs every Tuesday in April from 3:30pm-5:00pm (dinner served after class)

       

      Shopping Math is a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in improving their everyday math skills. We will review topics like: how to read a receipt, how to calculate taxes, etc. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

       

      If you are interested, please contact Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an intake appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

      We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

    • Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings
      Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings
      17:00-18:45
      2019-05-07

      Language Keeper John Roy, is offering two language class weekly at Native Women’s Resource Centre: Beginner and Intermediate.

       

      Anishnaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in sharing and growing their Anishinabeemowin language and cultural knowledge. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

      If you are interested in this program, please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact the Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

      We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

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  • Mother/Caregiver Craft

    Mother/Caregiver Craft

    10:00-12:00
    2019-05-08

  • Drum Circle

    Drum Circle

    17:30-20:00
    2019-05-08
    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Dinner is at 5:30 p.m. Drumming starts at 6 p.m. and runs till 8 p.m. Open to all self-identifying women and two spirit (Indigenous and non-Indigenous). No experience needed. Tokens provided.

    Image result for indigenous drumming circle

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  • Drop-In

    Drop-In

    10:00-11:45
    2019-05-09-2019-06-03

    Drop-In (Personal Needs Support Program)  is accessible two days/week Tuesdays 10am-12:15pm and Thursdays 1:30pm-3:45pm on a first come first serve basis – Limited to one visit per client per week.

    Available services:

    – clothing bank
    – toiletries
    – showers Available on Thursdays
    – free laundry services (one load/week) Available on Tuesdays

     

    *Please note: Drop-In closes between 12:30 – 1:30 pm for lunch hour.

  • Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials

    Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials

    15:30-17:00
    2019-05-09

    This class runs every Thursday in April from 3:30pm-5:00pm (dinner served after class)

     

    Writing Essentials is a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in improving their writing skills. We will review topics like: how to write a proper sentence, paragraph and essay. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

     

    If you are interested, please contact Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an intake appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

  • Intermediate Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    Intermediate Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    17:00-18:45
    2019-05-09

    Language Keeper John Roy, is offering two language class weekly at Native Women’s Resource Centre: Beginner and Intermediate.

     

    Anishnaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in sharing and growing their Anishinabeemowin language and cultural knowledge. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

    If you are interested in this program, please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact the Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

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  • Grocery Support

    Grocery Support

    10:00-12:00
    2019-05-10
    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Image result for food bank clipart

    Weekly Food Bank run at NWRCT.

    Please come in person, between 10am-12pm. Registration required.

  • Beading Circle

    Beading Circle

    14:00-16:00
    2019-05-10

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  • NAANAAGADAWENDAM She Meditates

    NAANAAGADAWENDAM She Meditates

    09:00-13:00
    2019-05-11

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  • Happy Caregivers Day

    Happy Caregivers Day

    11:00-13:00
    2019-05-13

  • ~ Online Learning ~ Computer Lab

    ~ Online Learning ~ Computer Lab

    13:30-14:30
    2019-05-13

    Starting  January 28th, this class runs every Monday (Except Feb 18, 2019)

    The Nbaakaawin Kwe (Wisdom Woman) Education Centre is offering a new computer lab. Participants can pick from a number of online classes, including: G1 Drivers Test Prep, Money Matters, Customer Service, Mindfulness, and much more! You can work independently on your course or with tutor support.  This series welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in learning Anishinaabemowin.

    This education series is now full. If you are interested in other Computer Literacy classes please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact  Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

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  • Drop-In

    Drop-In

    10:00-11:45
    2019-05-14-2019-06-08

    Drop-In (Personal Needs Support Program)  is accessible two days/week Tuesdays 10am-12:15pm and Thursdays 1:30pm-3:45pm on a first come first serve basis – Limited to one visit per client per week.

    Available services:

    – clothing bank
    – toiletries
    – showers Available on Thursdays
    – free laundry services (one load/week) Available on Tuesdays

     

    *Please note: Drop-In closes between 12:30 – 1:30 pm for lunch hour.

  • Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math

    Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math

    15:30-17:00
    2019-05-14

    This class runs every Tuesday in April from 3:30pm-5:00pm (dinner served after class)

     

    Shopping Math is a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in improving their everyday math skills. We will review topics like: how to read a receipt, how to calculate taxes, etc. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

     

    If you are interested, please contact Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an intake appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

  • Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    17:00-18:45
    2019-05-14

    Language Keeper John Roy, is offering two language class weekly at Native Women’s Resource Centre: Beginner and Intermediate.

     

    Anishnaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in sharing and growing their Anishinabeemowin language and cultural knowledge. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

    If you are interested in this program, please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact the Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

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  • Medicine Bag Workshop

    Medicine Bag Workshop

    10:00-12:00
    2019-05-15

  • Drum Circle

    Drum Circle

    17:30-20:00
    2019-05-15
    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Dinner is at 5:30 p.m. Drumming starts at 6 p.m. and runs till 8 p.m. Open to all self-identifying women and two spirit (Indigenous and non-Indigenous). No experience needed. Tokens provided.

    Image result for indigenous drumming circle

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  • Drop-In

    Drop-In

    10:00-11:45
    2019-05-16-2019-06-10

    Drop-In (Personal Needs Support Program)  is accessible two days/week Tuesdays 10am-12:15pm and Thursdays 1:30pm-3:45pm on a first come first serve basis – Limited to one visit per client per week.

    Available services:

    – clothing bank
    – toiletries
    – showers Available on Thursdays
    – free laundry services (one load/week) Available on Tuesdays

     

    *Please note: Drop-In closes between 12:30 – 1:30 pm for lunch hour.

  • Big Drum

    Big Drum

    15:00-20:00
    2019-05-16

  • Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials

    Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials

    15:30-17:00
    2019-05-16

    This class runs every Thursday in April from 3:30pm-5:00pm (dinner served after class)

     

    Writing Essentials is a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in improving their writing skills. We will review topics like: how to write a proper sentence, paragraph and essay. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

     

    If you are interested, please contact Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an intake appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

  • Intermediate Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    Intermediate Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    17:00-18:45
    2019-05-16

    Language Keeper John Roy, is offering two language class weekly at Native Women’s Resource Centre: Beginner and Intermediate.

     

    Anishnaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in sharing and growing their Anishinabeemowin language and cultural knowledge. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

    If you are interested in this program, please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact the Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

  • More events
    • Drop-In
      Drop-In
      10:00-11:45
      2019-05-16-2019-06-10

      Drop-In (Personal Needs Support Program)  is accessible two days/week Tuesdays 10am-12:15pm and Thursdays 1:30pm-3:45pm on a first come first serve basis – Limited to one visit per client per week.

      Available services:

      – clothing bank
      – toiletries
      – showers Available on Thursdays
      – free laundry services (one load/week) Available on Tuesdays

       

      *Please note: Drop-In closes between 12:30 – 1:30 pm for lunch hour.

    • Big Drum
      Big Drum
      15:00-20:00
      2019-05-16

    • Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials
      Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials
      15:30-17:00
      2019-05-16

      This class runs every Thursday in April from 3:30pm-5:00pm (dinner served after class)

       

      Writing Essentials is a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in improving their writing skills. We will review topics like: how to write a proper sentence, paragraph and essay. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

       

      If you are interested, please contact Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an intake appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

      We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

    • Intermediate Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings
      Intermediate Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings
      17:00-18:45
      2019-05-16

      Language Keeper John Roy, is offering two language class weekly at Native Women’s Resource Centre: Beginner and Intermediate.

       

      Anishnaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in sharing and growing their Anishinabeemowin language and cultural knowledge. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

      If you are interested in this program, please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact the Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

      We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

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  • Grocery Support

    Grocery Support

    10:00-12:00
    2019-05-17
    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Image result for food bank clipart

    Weekly Food Bank run at NWRCT.

    Please come in person, between 10am-12pm. Registration required.

  • Beading Circle

    Beading Circle

    14:00-16:00
    2019-05-17

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  • ~ Online Learning ~ Computer Lab

    ~ Online Learning ~ Computer Lab

    13:30-14:30
    2019-05-20

    Starting  January 28th, this class runs every Monday (Except Feb 18, 2019)

    The Nbaakaawin Kwe (Wisdom Woman) Education Centre is offering a new computer lab. Participants can pick from a number of online classes, including: G1 Drivers Test Prep, Money Matters, Customer Service, Mindfulness, and much more! You can work independently on your course or with tutor support.  This series welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in learning Anishinaabemowin.

    This education series is now full. If you are interested in other Computer Literacy classes please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact  Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

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  • Drop-In

    Drop-In

    10:00-11:45
    2019-05-21-2019-06-15

    Drop-In (Personal Needs Support Program)  is accessible two days/week Tuesdays 10am-12:15pm and Thursdays 1:30pm-3:45pm on a first come first serve basis – Limited to one visit per client per week.

    Available services:

    – clothing bank
    – toiletries
    – showers Available on Thursdays
    – free laundry services (one load/week) Available on Tuesdays

     

    *Please note: Drop-In closes between 12:30 – 1:30 pm for lunch hour.

  • Trans Drumming And Sharing Circle

    Trans Drumming And Sharing Circle

    10:30-14:30
    2019-05-21

  • Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math

    Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math

    15:30-17:00
    2019-05-21

    This class runs every Tuesday in April from 3:30pm-5:00pm (dinner served after class)

     

    Shopping Math is a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in improving their everyday math skills. We will review topics like: how to read a receipt, how to calculate taxes, etc. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

     

    If you are interested, please contact Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an intake appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

  • Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    17:00-18:45
    2019-05-21

    Language Keeper John Roy, is offering two language class weekly at Native Women’s Resource Centre: Beginner and Intermediate.

     

    Anishnaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in sharing and growing their Anishinabeemowin language and cultural knowledge. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

    If you are interested in this program, please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact the Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

  • More events
    • Drop-In
      Drop-In
      10:00-11:45
      2019-05-21-2019-06-15

      Drop-In (Personal Needs Support Program)  is accessible two days/week Tuesdays 10am-12:15pm and Thursdays 1:30pm-3:45pm on a first come first serve basis – Limited to one visit per client per week.

      Available services:

      – clothing bank
      – toiletries
      – showers Available on Thursdays
      – free laundry services (one load/week) Available on Tuesdays

       

      *Please note: Drop-In closes between 12:30 – 1:30 pm for lunch hour.

    • Trans Drumming And Sharing Circle
      Trans Drumming And Sharing Circle
      10:30-14:30
      2019-05-21

    • Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math
      Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math
      15:30-17:00
      2019-05-21

      This class runs every Tuesday in April from 3:30pm-5:00pm (dinner served after class)

       

      Shopping Math is a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in improving their everyday math skills. We will review topics like: how to read a receipt, how to calculate taxes, etc. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

       

      If you are interested, please contact Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an intake appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

      We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

    • Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings
      Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings
      17:00-18:45
      2019-05-21

      Language Keeper John Roy, is offering two language class weekly at Native Women’s Resource Centre: Beginner and Intermediate.

       

      Anishnaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in sharing and growing their Anishinabeemowin language and cultural knowledge. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

      If you are interested in this program, please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact the Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

      We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

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  • Medicine Bag Workshop

    Medicine Bag Workshop

    10:00-12:00
    2019-05-22

  • Drum Circle

    Drum Circle

    17:30-20:00
    2019-05-22
    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Dinner is at 5:30 p.m. Drumming starts at 6 p.m. and runs till 8 p.m. Open to all self-identifying women and two spirit (Indigenous and non-Indigenous). No experience needed. Tokens provided.

    Image result for indigenous drumming circle

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  • Drop-In

    Drop-In

    10:00-11:45
    2019-05-23-2019-06-17

    Drop-In (Personal Needs Support Program)  is accessible two days/week Tuesdays 10am-12:15pm and Thursdays 1:30pm-3:45pm on a first come first serve basis – Limited to one visit per client per week.

    Available services:

    – clothing bank
    – toiletries
    – showers Available on Thursdays
    – free laundry services (one load/week) Available on Tuesdays

     

    *Please note: Drop-In closes between 12:30 – 1:30 pm for lunch hour.

  • Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials

    Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials

    15:30-17:00
    2019-05-23

    This class runs every Thursday in April from 3:30pm-5:00pm (dinner served after class)

     

    Writing Essentials is a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in improving their writing skills. We will review topics like: how to write a proper sentence, paragraph and essay. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

     

    If you are interested, please contact Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an intake appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

  • Intermediate Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    Intermediate Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    17:00-18:45
    2019-05-23

    Language Keeper John Roy, is offering two language class weekly at Native Women’s Resource Centre: Beginner and Intermediate.

     

    Anishnaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in sharing and growing their Anishinabeemowin language and cultural knowledge. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

    If you are interested in this program, please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact the Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

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  • Grocery Support

    Grocery Support

    10:00-12:00
    2019-05-24
    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Image result for food bank clipart

    Weekly Food Bank run at NWRCT.

    Please come in person, between 10am-12pm. Registration required.

  • Beading Circle

    Beading Circle

    14:00-16:00
    2019-05-24

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  • ~ Online Learning ~ Computer Lab

    ~ Online Learning ~ Computer Lab

    13:30-14:30
    2019-05-27

    Starting  January 28th, this class runs every Monday (Except Feb 18, 2019)

    The Nbaakaawin Kwe (Wisdom Woman) Education Centre is offering a new computer lab. Participants can pick from a number of online classes, including: G1 Drivers Test Prep, Money Matters, Customer Service, Mindfulness, and much more! You can work independently on your course or with tutor support.  This series welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in learning Anishinaabemowin.

    This education series is now full. If you are interested in other Computer Literacy classes please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact  Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

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  • Drop-In

    Drop-In

    10:00-11:45
    2019-05-28-2019-06-22

    Drop-In (Personal Needs Support Program)  is accessible two days/week Tuesdays 10am-12:15pm and Thursdays 1:30pm-3:45pm on a first come first serve basis – Limited to one visit per client per week.

    Available services:

    – clothing bank
    – toiletries
    – showers Available on Thursdays
    – free laundry services (one load/week) Available on Tuesdays

     

    *Please note: Drop-In closes between 12:30 – 1:30 pm for lunch hour.

  • Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math

    Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math

    15:30-17:00
    2019-05-28

    This class runs every Tuesday in April from 3:30pm-5:00pm (dinner served after class)

     

    Shopping Math is a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in improving their everyday math skills. We will review topics like: how to read a receipt, how to calculate taxes, etc. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

     

    If you are interested, please contact Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an intake appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

  • Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    17:00-18:45
    2019-05-28

    Language Keeper John Roy, is offering two language class weekly at Native Women’s Resource Centre: Beginner and Intermediate.

     

    Anishnaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in sharing and growing their Anishinabeemowin language and cultural knowledge. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

    If you are interested in this program, please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact the Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

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  • Drum and Feast Drumming

    Drum and Feast Drumming

    17:00-20:00
    2019-05-29

  • Drum Circle

    Drum Circle

    17:30-20:00
    2019-05-29
    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Dinner is at 5:30 p.m. Drumming starts at 6 p.m. and runs till 8 p.m. Open to all self-identifying women and two spirit (Indigenous and non-Indigenous). No experience needed. Tokens provided.

    Image result for indigenous drumming circle

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  • Drop-In

    Drop-In

    10:00-11:45
    2019-05-30-2019-06-24

    Drop-In (Personal Needs Support Program)  is accessible two days/week Tuesdays 10am-12:15pm and Thursdays 1:30pm-3:45pm on a first come first serve basis – Limited to one visit per client per week.

    Available services:

    – clothing bank
    – toiletries
    – showers Available on Thursdays
    – free laundry services (one load/week) Available on Tuesdays

     

    *Please note: Drop-In closes between 12:30 – 1:30 pm for lunch hour.

  • Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials

    Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials

    15:30-17:00
    2019-05-30

    This class runs every Thursday in April from 3:30pm-5:00pm (dinner served after class)

     

    Writing Essentials is a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in improving their writing skills. We will review topics like: how to write a proper sentence, paragraph and essay. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

     

    If you are interested, please contact Terez, Education Coordinator to set up an intake appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

  • Intermediate Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    Intermediate Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

    17:00-18:45
    2019-05-30

    Language Keeper John Roy, is offering two language class weekly at Native Women’s Resource Centre: Beginner and Intermediate.

     

    Anishnaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings a 12-week course offered through Native Women’s Academy: School of Life Skills. This free school program is designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women who are interested in sharing and growing their Anishinabeemowin language and cultural knowledge. Dinner and tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

    If you are interested in this program, please register with NWRCT`s Education Program. Contact the Education Coordinator to set up an appointment (email:education@nwrct.ca phone:416.963.9963 ext. 238)

    We are offering a 12-week program designed to prepare you for school, greater independence, and employment. You can register for 1 or more courses: Shopping Math, Anishinaabemowin, Writing, Computer Skills, and much more. This program welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women. Tokens are provided and childcare is available upon request.  There will be a graduation feast and certificates upon completion J

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  • Grocery Support

    Grocery Support

    10:00-12:00
    2019-05-31
    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Native Women’s Resource Centre, Gerrard Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada

    Image result for food bank clipart

    Weekly Food Bank run at NWRCT.

    Please come in person, between 10am-12pm. Registration required.

  • Beading Circle

    Beading Circle

    14:00-16:00
    2019-05-31

June