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Supports for Aboriginal Communities

Northwestern Ontario is a region that is proud of its large and growing Aboriginal populations. The Ojibwe, Cree and Oji-Cree First Nations are native to the area and bring a strong sense of history and culture to daily life in our Northwestern Ontario communities.  Many other First Nations as well as Metis and Inuit peoples are also represented.

A wide range of supports and services are available to assist Aboriginal peoples who choose to move away from their own communities and into the cities and towns of Northwestern Ontario.

Key Aboriginal organizations include:

Political Agencies

Tribal Councils

Friendship Centres