Learn and Support
Celebrating Indigenous strengths starts with learning. The more we all know and understand about Indigenous cultures and peoples, the better positioned we will be to work together to create a supportive future.
The stories in our Ready2Listen and She is Indigenous campaigns offer first person experiences from Indigenous women and 2SLGBTQQIA+ peoples. Here you can get a deeper understanding of Indigenous peoples and significant events that continue to impact us today.
Finding and Giving Support
There are many Indigenous organizations who are supporting Indigenous women, 2SLGBTQQIA+ peoples, youth and communities.
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami
The national voice protecting and advancing the rights and interests of Inuit in Canada.
Moose Hide Campaign
A grassroots movement of Indigenous and non-Indigenous men and boys who are standing up against violence towards women and girls and 2SLBGTQQIA+ peoples.
An online platform for telling and sharing stories pertaining to Indigenous experiences in Canada.
Providing information, tools, guides and kits to help family members of missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Talk 4 Healing
A free & culturally safe telephone help line for Indigenous Women living in Northern Ontario.
A campaign to raise awareness about the signs of woman abuse, so that people who are close to an at-risk woman or abusive man can provide support.
Ontario’s Family Information Liaison Units
Dedicated supports for family members of Indigenous women and girls who are going through the loss of a loved one.