HOCKEY EQUIPMENT FOR WEBEQUIE

PROJECT COMPLETE

For many children living in remote communities in Canada, many are unable to afford hockey equipment because of the high cost of living. This year True North Aid was happy to support Webequie First Nation...

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HOCKEY EQUIPMENT TO GINOOGAMING

Thanks to the great efforts of Centennial College’s Child and Youth Care program, Access Storage and Bob Langlois and sons, True North Aid is providing several pallets of hockey equipment to Ginoogaming First Nation in...

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WATER FIRST & GROWING ROOTS

True North Aid is pleased to partner with Water First for their “Growing Roots” program with a contribution of $15,000. Water First recently launched this important pilot project in Chimnissing (Beausoleil First Nation) in...

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THE BALLANTYNE PROJECT

In February 2016 at the age of 21, Dwight Ballantyne left his remote northern Saskatchewan reserve to pursue education, employment and hockey. He faced the challenges of leaving his community, family and friends with...

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BACKPACKS FOR NAUJAAT, NUNAVUT

FINAL PROJECTS FOR 2019 – I DIDN’T KNOW CAMPAIGN

True North Aid is partnering with Naujaat, Nunavut to send backpacks filled with school supplies to Tunsarvik School. Backpacks and school supplies are often extremely expensive...

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SUPPORTING HOPE – FINAL 2019 PROJECTS

FINAL HOPE PROJECTS FOR 2019

True North Aid is completing 2019 with 4 projects of hope to support the communities of Webequie First Nation (North Western Ontario), Sandy Bay First Nation and LaLoche in Saskatchewan and God’s...

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2019 Year-End Campaign

SUPPORT OUR FINAL PROJECTS OF 2019

Help True North Aid fundraise for its final projects of 2019, representing our health, hope, education, self-determination and reconciliation stones of support. We cannot complete these without your...

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FURNITURE FOR FIRST NATIONS

PHASE ONE COMPLETED – KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR PART 2

True North Aid is working in partnership with Wabaseemoong Independent First Nations (Whitedog FN), Bimose Tribal Council Member First Nations, Ontario Provincial Police...

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MAAMIIKIWE PROJECT

PART OF OUR #I DIDN’T KNOW 2019 FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN

True North Aid, Hands for Heart and the Indigenous family support programs in Sioux Lookout are collaborating to establish “Maamiikiwe” [maa-mee-ki-way]. Translated...

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MOON TIME SISTERS – ONTARIO

OVER 78,000 ITEMS COLLECTED IN OCTOBER 2019
Moon Time Sisters is a collective of people who want to help young women in northern and remote communities throughout Saskatchewan and Ontario access feminine hygiene projects...

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Health Inequalities for Indigenous Peoples

Support Our Health Projects Today!

Social Determinants of Health

Indigenous peoples in Canada represent the fastest growing population in Canada and suffer from some of the biggest health inequalities in Canada.
To understand some of...

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Water Challenges in Indigenous Communities

As of October 2019, there are 58 Indigenous communities across Canada under long term drinking water advisories. Communities that have no running water at all were not considered when this number was tallied. For example, 10% of First Nation...

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HEALTH FOR FORT HOPE PROJECT

PART OF OUR #I DIDN’T KNOW 2019 FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN – VISIT THIS FEBRUARY 2020

The Health for Fort Hope project aims to assist members of Fort Hope First Nation with accessing health through orthotics, foot care, prosthetics...

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FRIENDS OF THE NORTH MISIWAY

Ongoing Project

Friends of the North Misiway has been providing supplies for the past three years. Our intent is to continue assisting with the needs as requested from Moose Factory. We send hockey equipment, clothes, food and much more as...

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BIKES FOR KIIZHIK SCHOOL

PROJECT COMPLETE

With the support of True North Aid, Gaagagekiizhik School is looking to purchase 30 bicycles for their elementary school students. Bicycles provide an opportunity of growth and well-being. Gaagagekiizhik School would like to...

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BRIDGING THE GAP – A WALK TOWARDS RECONCILIATION 2019

Join True North Aid in a walk towards reconciliation on the trails of Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area. Reflect upon Canada’s past and present relationship with Indigenous peoples and learn how to take action for a better tomorrow....

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MONTH OF RECONCILIACTION

Throughout the month of September, True North Aid will invite Canadians to take a step forward towards an intentional journey of reconciliation, offering ideas on how to meaningfully do so on our social media platforms including Twitter,...
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HEARTS & HANDS KNIT AND CROCHET PROJECT

Join us in combining our love of fibre craft and our humanitarian concerns to support new indigenous mothers and families, while at the same time generating a powerful wave of fibre arts driven fundraising for our friends...

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MOON TIME SISTERS

Moon Time Sisters is a collective of people who want to help young women in northern and remote communities throughout Saskatchewan and Ontario access feminine hygiene projects that they otherwise could not afford. Moon Time Sisters has been...
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HOCKEY CARES

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