WHAT WE DO
Research I Policy I Advocacy I Consulting I Community Planning I Conferences I Speaking
A key part of TASSC's organizational strategy is to be a leader in Indigenous research, by assuming a facilitator and stewardship role and using research findings to influence policy. TASSC aims to seek out partnerships with post-secondary and allied institutions, and to promote respect of Indigenous cultural protocols while adhering to Indigenous research ethics..
Toronto Aboriginal Research Project (TARP) Report (PDF document)
Forgotten Voices (PDF document)
Youth Empowerment Workshop (Youth Workshop Page Link)
Collaborating with TASSC
TASSC is always looking to collaborate on menaingful and mutually beneficial research partnerships and initiatives. Contact us at the TASSC office if you're interested in learning more about us.
Phone: (647) 748-6100 / (647) 748-6200
ASSOCIATE MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto
Native Child and Family Services of Toronto
Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment and Training
Native Men's Residence
2 Spirited People of the 1st Nations
Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto