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Voting Fact Sheets

This series was produced by Social Planning Network of Ontario and Social Planning Toronto along with a number of other agencies to assist voters in the next federal election. The fact sheets cover 13 different topics.  Individual pages or a complete set can be downloaded.  We hope to have the sheets translated into Ojibway, Cree and Mohawk soon.... see more

Translator Contract(s)  Voting Fact Sheets

The Aboriginal Civic Literacy Initiative in partnership with the Social Planning Toronto will be looking for translators to create Ojibway, Cree and Mohawk versions of the information sheets. If you are a qualified translator and interested in applying please send a letter of interest and a copy of your credentials/resume to info@tassc.ca

Water Walk

TASSC was honored to take part in welcoming the Scared Walker Walkers who have been traveling along the historic Anishinabek migration route and praying for the Great Lakes.  Grandmothers including Josephine Madamin, Mother Earth Water Walker, were greeted by a community potluck feast and ceremony at the Aboriginal Pavilion at Fort York.  The Water Walkers have continued on to Madeline Island, Wisconsin. For more information and to track their journey visit  www.waterwalkersunited.com


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TASSC supports the research needed to establish the Thunder Woman Healing Lodge in Toronto.  The Lodge will be a home for Aboriginal women released from federal penitentiaries.  The purpose of the Lodge will be to assist in Aboriginal women’s transition grounded in cultural supports.


On November 12, 2013 the City of Toronto in partnership with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada released a proclamation declaring November 2013 to November 2014 the Year of Truth and Reconciliation in the City of Toronto. TASSC conducted three separate engagements in the community at selected member agencies:  Native Canadian Centre of Toronto (NCCT), Native Men’s Residence (Na-Me-Res) and Toronto Council Fire.... see more


The Toronto Aboriginal Research Project (TARP) Report is the largest and most comprehensive study of Aboriginal people in Toronto ever conducted. With a sample of over 1,400 individuals, 14 topics studied and seven methodologies utilized, the TARP Report provides an important picture of the current situation, aspirations, and challenges facing Aboriginal people in the Greater Toronto Area.


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