Native Child and Family Services of Toronto is a Indigenous child welfare services serving all First Nations, Metis and Inuit children and families in the Toronto area. Their website includes a host of links and information for children and youth including camp programs and drop-in centres, as well as a database of resources that help children understand the child welfare system.
3rd World Canada is a production and an initiative created by Andree Cazabon. The film and the website explain the conditions in Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug First Nation in Northern Ontario and how the conditions on this reserve are that of a third world country. The film is available for purchase on the website and it includes other information, such as Production Cazabon's past trips North and opportunities for citizens to pay to attend week-long sessions on the reserve.
This resource outlines how municipalities can work to better serve marginalized populations such as Aboriginal people, those who are deaf, women, people with disabilties, racialized people and newcomers and seniors. It involves information on how to engage communities, create mandates, types of training and how to ensure the change is sustainable.
The Aboriginal Sport and Wellness Council of Ontario are striving to create healthier communities. Their goal is to promote health, wellness and spirituality through the use of sports tournaments and wellness activities. They also offer training in healthy living and other sports related certifications.
Your Legal Rights is an Ontario database that provides the reader with information about their legal rights on a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): housing, family, education and human rights.
The North-South Partnership is a collaboration between Northern remote reserves and Southern organizations, philanthrophies and individuals that seeks to help the children in the remote communities. An example is contractor's fixing homes. On their website, they have links to youth engagement and how you can help.
Keeping the Promise is an advocacy group that's goals is to end child poverty - on their website, they have a specfiic section for Indigenous child poverty. This section includes an explanation of systemic disadvantage, explaining how reconciliation is possible and also includes resources for both students and teachers.
Campaign 2000 is a movement to bring attention to the governments failure to keep its promise to end child poverty by 2000. Their website offers many resources about the state of child poverty and initiatives that have been taken to end child poverty, as well as opportunities for action.
The Aboriginal Healing Foundation provides resources discussing the effects of residential schools and community-led healing practices that have been developed by Aboriginal Peoples.
The Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children provides news releases, a resource guide, as well as shares reports and educational resources on the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The Coalition's website also includes access to an annual child-rights analysis of the federal budget and encourages the participation of children/youth in their reporting process.