Would you like to post an announcement?
Community announcements serve 3 purposes:
1- They allow Indigenous peoples in Tiohtià:ke/Greater Montreal Area to find information, events and services that correspond to their needs and aspirations.
2- They allow Indigenous organizations and groups, as well as organizations that serve Indigenous populations in Tiohtià:ke/Greater Montreal area to have more visibility with groups and audiences that they wish to reach.
3- They allow non-Indigenous people to find ways to act in direct support of the Indigenous community in Tiohtià:ke/Greater Montreal Region.
Who can make an announcement:
- Organizations of the Indigenous sector in Tiohtià:ke and surrounding areas. The Indigenous sector is made up of Indigenous organizations* and Indigenous serving organizations**.
- Organizations outside of the Indigenous sector who would like to announce an opportunity that directly concerns Indigenous peoples in Tiohtià:ke and surrounding areas.
Step 1: Fill out the form below
Step 2: Choose your translation option
- You can either translate your announcement yourself by filling out the French version of this form
- Or the NETWORK can translate your announcement for you
Step 3: Once your form is received, the NETWORK team will need 3 business days to publish the ad.
If you have any questions, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
* INDIGENOUS ORGANIZATIONS, as defined by the NETWORK:
- The organization was founded by an Indigenous person or group
- The organization is led by Indigenous people; more than 50% of the decision makers must be Indigenous (Board of Directors, Steering Committee, Director or other decision-making positions)
- The organization is made up of Indigenous people, with a minimum of 50% of its employees being Indigenous (this criterion does not apply to organizations with fewer than five employees)
- More than 50% of the organization’s members and beneficiaries are Indigenous.
** INDIGENOUS-SERVING ORGANIZATIONS, as defined by the NETWORK:
An organization that has 30% or more of its clientele from Indigenous communities and has a program that specifically and directly serves Indigenous people.