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Mon Apr 0 1

~ Online Learning ~ Computer Lab

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)

Mon Apr 0 1

Introduction to Computers (Part II)

Are you interested in improving your computer skills? Join us for this 6-week computer lab series! This group is best for those with some familiarity with computer.  Learn how to send emails, search the internet, save documents, type like a professional, and much more! This series welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women.

If you are interested in our computer 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)

Mon Apr 0 1

Introduction to Computers (Part l)

This class runs every afternoon Monday in March

Part I 3:30-4:30pm

Are you interested in improving your computer skills? Join us for this 6-week computer lab series! This group is best for those with little or no familiarity with computer.  Learn how to send emails, search the internet, save documents, type like a professional, and much more! This series welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women.

 

This class 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)

Tue Apr 0 2

Drop-In

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.

Tue Apr 0 2

Liberty Moves

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.

Tue Apr 0 2

Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math

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

Wed Apr 0 3

Drum Circle

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

Wed Apr 0 3

Vegetarian Delight

On Wednesdays, at luch time, the NWRCT is serving a delicious vegetarian lunch option!

Thu Apr 0 4

Drop-In

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.

Thu Apr 0 4

Seeking Safety

Seeking Safety

Thursdays, 5:00pm-7:30pm (registration required)

Seeking Safety: A 12 week PTSD and substance abuse support group. This program aims to provide a safe space and to learn spiritual healing practises based on the medicine wheel, along with Indigenous teachings, and coping skills.

To register please contact Tesla. H 416-963-9963 ext.204 or Sharon. R 416-963-9963 ext.249 (Email: communitywellness@nwrct.ca) (Email: traumacoordinator@nwrct.ca)

 

Thu Apr 0 4

Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials

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

Fri Apr 0 5

Grocery Support

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.

Fri Apr 0 5

Beading Circle

Mon Apr 0 8

~ Online Learning ~ Computer Lab

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)

Mon Apr 0 8

Introduction to Computers (Part II)

Are you interested in improving your computer skills? Join us for this 6-week computer lab series! This group is best for those with some familiarity with computer.  Learn how to send emails, search the internet, save documents, type like a professional, and much more! This series welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women.

If you are interested in our computer 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)

Mon Apr 0 8

Introduction to Computers (Part l)

This class runs every afternoon Monday in March

Part I 3:30-4:30pm

Are you interested in improving your computer skills? Join us for this 6-week computer lab series! This group is best for those with little or no familiarity with computer.  Learn how to send emails, search the internet, save documents, type like a professional, and much more! This series welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women.

 

This class 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)

Tue Apr 0 9

Drop-In

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.

Tue Apr 0 9

Liberty Moves

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.

Tue Apr 0 9

Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math

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

Tue Apr 0 9

Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

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

Wed Apr 1 0

Drum Circle

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

Wed Apr 1 0

Vegetarian Delight

On Wednesdays, at luch time, the NWRCT is serving a delicious vegetarian lunch option!

Thu Apr 1 1

Drop-In

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.

Thu Apr 1 1

Seeking Safety

Seeking Safety

Thursdays, 5:00pm-7:30pm (registration required)

Seeking Safety: A 12 week PTSD and substance abuse support group. This program aims to provide a safe space and to learn spiritual healing practises based on the medicine wheel, along with Indigenous teachings, and coping skills.

To register please contact Tesla. H 416-963-9963 ext.204 or Sharon. R 416-963-9963 ext.249 (Email: communitywellness@nwrct.ca) (Email: traumacoordinator@nwrct.ca)

 

Thu Apr 1 1

Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials

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

Thu Apr 1 1

Intermediate Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

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

Fri Apr 1 2

Grocery Support

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.

Fri Apr 1 2

Beading Circle

Mon Apr 1 5

~ Online Learning ~ Computer Lab

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)

Mon Apr 1 5

Introduction to Computers (Part II)

Are you interested in improving your computer skills? Join us for this 6-week computer lab series! This group is best for those with some familiarity with computer.  Learn how to send emails, search the internet, save documents, type like a professional, and much more! This series welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women.

If you are interested in our computer 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)

Mon Apr 1 5

Introduction to Computers (Part l)

This class runs every afternoon Monday in March

Part I 3:30-4:30pm

Are you interested in improving your computer skills? Join us for this 6-week computer lab series! This group is best for those with little or no familiarity with computer.  Learn how to send emails, search the internet, save documents, type like a professional, and much more! This series welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women.

 

This class 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)

Tue Apr 1 6

Drop-In

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.

Tue Apr 1 6

Liberty Moves

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.

Tue Apr 1 6

Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math

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

Tue Apr 1 6

Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

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

Wed Apr 1 7

Drum Circle

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

Wed Apr 1 7

Vegetarian Delight

On Wednesdays, at luch time, the NWRCT is serving a delicious vegetarian lunch option!

Thu Apr 1 8

Drop-In

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.

Thu Apr 1 8

Seeking Safety

Seeking Safety

Thursdays, 5:00pm-7:30pm (registration required)

Seeking Safety: A 12 week PTSD and substance abuse support group. This program aims to provide a safe space and to learn spiritual healing practises based on the medicine wheel, along with Indigenous teachings, and coping skills.

To register please contact Tesla. H 416-963-9963 ext.204 or Sharon. R 416-963-9963 ext.249 (Email: communitywellness@nwrct.ca) (Email: traumacoordinator@nwrct.ca)

 

Thu Apr 1 8

Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials

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

Thu Apr 1 8

Intermediate Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

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

Fri Apr 1 9

Grocery Support

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.

Fri Apr 1 9

Beading Circle

Mon Apr 2 2

~ Online Learning ~ Computer Lab

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)

Mon Apr 2 2

Introduction to Computers (Part II)

Are you interested in improving your computer skills? Join us for this 6-week computer lab series! This group is best for those with some familiarity with computer.  Learn how to send emails, search the internet, save documents, type like a professional, and much more! This series welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women.

If you are interested in our computer 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)

Mon Apr 2 2

Introduction to Computers (Part l)

This class runs every afternoon Monday in March

Part I 3:30-4:30pm

Are you interested in improving your computer skills? Join us for this 6-week computer lab series! This group is best for those with little or no familiarity with computer.  Learn how to send emails, search the internet, save documents, type like a professional, and much more! This series welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women.

 

This class 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)

Tue Apr 2 3

Drop-In

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.

Tue Apr 2 3

Liberty Moves

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.

Tue Apr 2 3

Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math

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

Tue Apr 2 3

Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

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

Wed Apr 2 4

Drum Circle

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.

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Wed Apr 2 4

Vegetarian Delight

On Wednesdays, at luch time, the NWRCT is serving a delicious vegetarian lunch option!

Thu Apr 2 5

Drop-In

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.

Thu Apr 2 5

Seeking Safety

Seeking Safety

Thursdays, 5:00pm-7:30pm (registration required)

Seeking Safety: A 12 week PTSD and substance abuse support group. This program aims to provide a safe space and to learn spiritual healing practises based on the medicine wheel, along with Indigenous teachings, and coping skills.

To register please contact Tesla. H 416-963-9963 ext.204 or Sharon. R 416-963-9963 ext.249 (Email: communitywellness@nwrct.ca) (Email: traumacoordinator@nwrct.ca)

 

Thu Apr 2 5

Native Women’s Academy : Writing Essentials

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

Thu Apr 2 5

Intermediate Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

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

Fri Apr 2 6

Grocery Support

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

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Weekly Food Bank run at NWRCT.

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

Fri Apr 2 6

Beading Circle

Mon Apr 2 9

~ Online Learning ~ Computer Lab

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)

Mon Apr 2 9

Introduction to Computers (Part II)

Are you interested in improving your computer skills? Join us for this 6-week computer lab series! This group is best for those with some familiarity with computer.  Learn how to send emails, search the internet, save documents, type like a professional, and much more! This series welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women.

If you are interested in our computer 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)

Mon Apr 2 9

Introduction to Computers (Part l)

This class runs every afternoon Monday in March

Part I 3:30-4:30pm

Are you interested in improving your computer skills? Join us for this 6-week computer lab series! This group is best for those with little or no familiarity with computer.  Learn how to send emails, search the internet, save documents, type like a professional, and much more! This series welcomes Indigenous (First Nations – status or non-status, Inuit, Metis) self-identifying women.

 

This class 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)

Tue Apr 3 0

Drop-In

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.

Tue Apr 3 0

Liberty Moves

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.

Tue Apr 3 0

Native Women’s Academy : Shopping Math

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

Tue Apr 3 0

Beginners Anishinaabemowin Language and Cultural Teachings

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