Community Announcement Form

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: 


Contact Information

In order to publish your announcement, we need your contact information. This will allow us to contact you if we have any questions related to your announcement. This information is private and is not released to the public.

Information for the public

Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
(ex: in the case of a job offer or an event)


(You may enter a phone number, an email address, a mailing address, a schedule, or all of the above.)


If you wish to translate your announcement yourself, a link will be sent to you in the confirmation email following submission of this form.You can also send us your English ad immediately by copying/pasting the following url in your search bar:





  • 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.



An organization that has 30% or more of its clientele from Indigenous communities and has a program that specifically and directly serves Indigenous people.