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      1. TORONTO COUNCIL FIRE NATIVE CULTURAL CENTRE

        COVID-19 Updates

        ?As an Indigenous agency, Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre, continues to serve the community in the downtown core of Toronto for the commitment to, their health, safety and well-being.

        For the last 1.5 years we have been doing our part to mitigate the tastrophic effects that COVID-19 has had on Ontario and specifilly Toronto.

        Stay up-to-date on our COVID-19 responses by following
        our social media pages.

        COVID-19 Pages

        COVID-19  /  COVID-19 Programming Community Appreciation /COVID-19 Resources

        EVERY CHILD MATTERS

        Thousands take part in Every Child Matters Walk to honour residential school victims, survivors

        Every Child Matters Page   Information, Resources, Media

        Toronto Star Article  ...the march was organized by Toronto Council Fire, a cultural centre in Toronto that supports and uplifts First Nations people in Toronto.

        INDIGENOUS LEGACY GATHERING

        November 4 and 5, 2021

        Nathan Phillips Square,Toronto

        Sunrise Ceremony (7 am daily)
        Presentations ? Featured Artists
        Lol Indigenous Performers
        and Artisans

        #REVILLAGIZING

        #EveryChildMatters

        The Spirit Garden project responds in part to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of nada ll to Action 82, for governments to commission and install a Residential Schools Monument in each pital city to honour residential school survivors, and all the children lost to their families and communities. Nathan Phillips Square was selected as a publicly accessible, highly visible lotion to celebrate the resilience of survivors and their families with space for teaching, learning, sharing and healing. Loted in the heart of downtown Toronto, this transformation integrates Indigenous culture, symbols and plantings within nada’s largest urban centre. With pedestrian linkages to City Hall, Osgoode Hall, and Queen Street West, the site is positioned to impact millions of visitors.

        Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre

        439 Dundas Street East

        Toronto ON M5A 2B1

         

        Tel.: 416.360.4350

        Fax:  416.360.5978

         

        Charity # 10525-5244 RR0001

        Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri   9 AM to 5 PM

        (Programming  is currently being delivered online due to COVID-19 restrictions. Office staff are available to answer questions by phone/email)

         

        Main Entrance: 439 Dundas St. E. at Parliament

         

        Gathering Place Entrance: Parliament St. side

        at Dundas

        Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre ? 2022