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Ontario Government

Assists all Aboriginal families in providing a healthy environment for child (0-6 years) development, including parenting, and pre- and postnatal care, through home visits, service coordination and referrals. 

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This initiative aims to enhance and facilitate the growth and development of children (0-6 years) and parents by helping to develop strong parenting skills using traditional teachings

Public Health
Agency of Canada
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Public Health
 Agency of Canada

Provides a half-day pre-school programs to prepare young Aboriginal children for their school years by helping to meet their spiritual, emotional, intellectual, and physical needs through six core areas: health promotion, nutrition, parental involvement, Aboriginal culture and language, social support, and education.

Our Programs

APANO believes in the individual's rights to be a part of Creation and that Creation is to be shared.

We come together to strengthen each other; sharing traditional and spiritual values.

We assist in  defending and maintaining the traditional ways of life.

APANO believes in the individual's rights to be a part of Creation and that Creation is to be shared.

Aboriginal Healing and Wellness Strategy
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 Community Wellness Workers put the needs of the local Métis community first through the implementation of client driven services to reduce family violence and the promotion of healthy lifestyles through culture-based programming.

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Ministry of Health and Long Term Care

A community-based service with a congregate dining program, friendly visiting and security checks provided by the Long Term Care Workers.

We strive for economic independence. 

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The program promotes educational awareness regarding diabetes, its signs and symptoms, and its prevention; offering recreational and sport opportunities to youth, a community garden, women's fitness program, after-school program, intramurals at the elementary level, a female basketball league, an annual dance camp, and a 4 week summer camp.

Right to Play

We strive to increase understanding and acceptance between Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal people.

 
 
 

Who We Are

Aboriginal Peoples’ Alliance (Northern Ontario) – APANO, is a non-profit autonomous charity incorporated since 1983 and governed by the Statues of the Ontario Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations. APANO services six (6) distinct geographical areas that include the Districts of Cochrane, Timiskaming, Sudbury, Nipissing, Ottawa and James Bay, with nine (9) site locations, eight (8) in the northeast and one (1) in the southeast. 

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Aboriginal People's Alliance Northern Ontario

Striving to develop and implement services, programs and activities to assist in social, cultural, health, and economic matters concerning Off-Reserve Status, Non-Status, Inuit and Metis peoples of Ontario. 

Financial contribution made possible through the Public Health Agency of Canada

Charity Registration Number: 891518748RR0001

All charitable donations to APANO may receive a tax exemption receipt.