Miigwetch / Thank You to Our Partners & Supporters
East City Flower Shop
Macintosh Consulting
Reach Edmonton
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto
GDI Integrated Facility Services
John Andras
Write to Read
Trucks for Change
Soul of Mother
Native Child and Family Services of Toronto
Ma MaWi Wi Chi Itata Centre
First Nation Technical Institute
Richmond Hill United Church
Indigenous Sport and Wellness Ontario
Elephant Thoughts

Become an Ally!

As Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Partners we are committed to walking together and working on shared challenges to build a better world for future generations. Join our movement! 

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More than ever before, the changing times we live in inspire us to come together in collaboration. By walking together, and leveraging each others’ strengths, we can build a better world for future generations.

By gaining awareness and understanding for each others’ differences and environments, communities begin to break down harmful stereotypes and acknowledge contributions of both Indigenous and Non-Indigenous peoples.

HIP was co-created with a strong list of stakeholders including Indigenous Elders, Rotarians, Teachers, Education Councillors, Knowledge Keepers and other ethical leaders.

Thank you for visiting us. We invite you to explore HIP’s growing list of resources.

Supporting Rotary Districts
District 7810
District 7090
District 5550
District 7070

Chief LaRocca

ReconciliAction | Land Acknowledgements

A land acknowledgement is a single act of reconciliation. Recent version of land acknowledgements have been inspired by the 94 Calls-to-Action published in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada report.

Amberlee King

Anishinaabeg Artist & HIP Team Up to Remove Barriers

A young Indigenous high school artist, Amberlee King, struggled with the loss of her father. When Amberlee was asked to paint a mural for the Project Journey Classroom, she immediately accepted.

Leona Antoine

HIP Welcomes Leona Anoine to the Team

HIP is excited to welcome and announce the appointment of Leona Anoine, of the Nlka’pamux/Sylix Nation and a Lower Nicola Indian Band Member

Welcome Box

DFC Partners with Welcome Box Team to Remove Education Barriers

With the closure of Dennis Franklin Cromarty (DFC) High School in Thunder Bay in March, the beginning of a new school year in September meant some real challenges for the hundreds of students, many from remote fly-in communities, who will shortly return to the community.