The Montreal Indigenous Community NETWORK supports the ecosystem of individuals and groups committed to improving the quality of life of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities living in the greater Montreal area.
- Share information and transfer knowledge;
- Prioritize needs;
- Develop joint projects to address gaps and reduce duplication of services;
- Create and strengthen partnerships.
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A little more about us
Indigenous Ally Toolkit
Do you want to keep learning? Here is a great place to start! Learn the how you can become a (better) ally: the do’s and don’ts, the vocabulary and much more.
Since launching the toolkit, we have been overwhelmed by requests from allies and aspiring-allies of more than 10,000 copies! We are committed to widely distributing our Indigenous Ally Toolkit and making it as accessible as possible!
With appreciation from our team,
Leilani Shaw, Dakota Swiftwolfe, Brooke Wahsontiiostha Deer, and Allison Reid
The NETWORK is here to connect
“Our community and allies connect.
The NETWORK's most frequently asked questions and answers
The NETWORK was created in 2008 by the Indigenous community to bring together and support the ecosystem of all the groups and individuals committed to improving the quality of life of the urban Indigenous population living in Tiohtiá:ke (Montreal).
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how you’d like to get involved: volunteering, partnerships, membership, events, and more.
No, the NETWORK is not a funding source. On the other hand, we exist to create links between Indigenous groups/people and allies who can potentially support them. So, if you are an Indigenous entrepreneur, Indigenous business or Indigenous nonprofit organization, send us an email ! (And if you have funds to support these individuals and groups, contact us too!)
Not necessarily. If you’re a non-Indigenous person or group, take a look at the documents below before starting a project for Indigenous Peoples:
Then, if you feel its appropriate, reach out to us and we will see if its beneficial and a priority for the community !
Become a volunteer, donate, and educate yourself and those around you. Changing systems, perspectives, and attitudes takes time and dedication. Join us !