Are you an Indigenous student? Find out more about resources and opportunities for study in Ontario.
A free online resource to help Indigenous youth leaders educate other youth about the impact of anti-Indigenous racism and how to be an ally.
Learning support for Indigenous students and resources for raising awareness about First Nation, Métis and Inuit cultures in Ontario classrooms.
The complete policy on Indigenous postsecondary education and training including background, goals and measurements for success.
Skills and economic development
Answer a few simple questions to find out what jobs, skills training and entrepreneurship supports may be available to you.
Are you an Indigenous youth looking to gain valuable work experience? Apply for a summer work placement.
How First Nations youth aged 16 to 18 can apply for a summer job working on forestry projects in Northern Ontario.
How Indigenous peoples can get support for business, employment and training opportunities.
Summer work opportunities for first and second year law students interested in Aboriginal Law and policy issues.
Provides funding to Northern Ontario organizations to offer internships to Indigenous people.
Improve your reading, writing, math and computer skills online.
Health and home
Helping children get a healthy start in life in ways that honour and respect Indigenous culture and beliefs.
Learn more about how we promote health and healing among Indigenous people.
Affordable housing options for families living off-reserve.
Foster social inclusion and volunteerism, helping seniors stay connected to their communities.
Connecting remote First Nations communities in winter’s coldest months.
Provides funding for projects led by Indigenous communities and organizations that support economic development or recovery, transportation mobility, or community well-being and transportation safety.
Law and safety
An inclusive, holistic approach to justice that is fair for all Indigenous people in Ontario.
Get support with court proceedings and police investigations if you’re a family member of an Indigenous woman or girl who is missing or has been murdered.