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Find out about special events related to First Nations cultures that are held in the Toronto, Greater Toronto Area and beyond.

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Upcoming Events and Listings

Indigenous Events

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AGO: Truth & Reconciliation Commission Report Reading Group

From the website: The Edward P. Taylor Library & Archives is hosting a series of 7 monthly reading groups to discuss Honouring the Truth, Reconciling for the Future: Summary of the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. The Commission was established in 2008, as a condition of the Indian Residential School Settlement, with the dual mandate of gathering the testimony of survivors of the residential school system, and providing a path forward to healing and reconciliation. This reading group will pay particular attention to questions of how cultural producers and art institutions can acknowledge our various roles in the history and present of colonization, how our practices might change as a result.

Ongoing Events and Listings

First Story

From the Webiste: "First Story is a multi-media App created by the Toronto Native Community History Project at the Native Canadian Centre and the Centre for Community Mapping.The app lets you explore our Toronto, search for local events and get directions." Also check the Facebook page

Beyond our Classroom

Experiential learning and workshops for educators.

Aboriginal People's Choice Music Awards

Artist biographies and award winners, including dates for upcoming show on APTN.


ImagineNATIVE Film Festival

imagineNATIVE is the world's largest presenter of Indigenous screen content. We are a registered charity committed to inspiring and connecting communities through original, Indigenous film and media arts.

Our Festival, Tour, iNstitute and year-round initiatives showcase, promote, and celebrate Canadian and international Indigenous filmmakers and media artists and create a greater understanding of Indigenous peoples, cultures, and artistic expressions.

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