Community Organizations

La Fédération des coopératives du Nouveau Québec/Federation of Co-Operatives of Northern Quebec (FCNQ)

La Fédération des coopératives du Nouveau-Québec is owned by its fourteen member co-ops in the Inuit communities of the Hudson and Ungava coasts of Northern-Québec, or Nunavik, as this region is now called. FCNQ was established in 1967 to provide the rapidly growing cooperative movement with more effective powers and services to help attain their vision – Atautsikut/Together – working to develop as a people, leaving none behind.

Good Minds

Indigenous owned vendor for Indigenous literature and resources.

Indigenous Directions Concordia University Information on community research and courses with an Indigenous focus.
Initiative For Indigenous Futures

The Initiative for Indigenous Futures (IIF) is a partnership of universities and community organizations dedicated to developing multiple visions of Indigenous peoples tomorrow in order to better understand where we need to go today. Through its four main components –workshops, residencies, symposia, and archive– IIF will encourage and enable artists, academics, youth and elders to imagine how we and our communities will look in the future. IIF is conducted by Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace (AbTeC), a research network based at Concordia University.

Kanien’kehá:ka Onkwawén:na Raotitióhkwa Language and Cultural Centre

The mission is to lead and support all Kahnawa’kehró:non to practice, maintain, respect, renew, and enhance Kanien’kéha language beliefs, values, customs, and traditions through the development, delivery, and sharing with all peoples, cultural and educational activities which will ensure the continued existence of present and future generations.

Indigenous Health Centre of Tiohtià:ke The vision of the Indigenous Health Centre of Tiohtià:ke is to ensure the provision of culturally appropriate and effective health services to Indigenous people through a holistic approach offered in a culturally safe environment.​
Native Montreal

Promoting and supporting cultural development and recognition of aboriginal culture, and providing high quality support and services in: Health and healthy lifestyle; Education and personal development; Social economy and economic development.

Onen'tó:kon Treatment Services

Healing lodge that comprises a TRAUMA FOCUSED – CULTURAL BASED program, which incorporates traditional practices of healing while working with clients One-to-One. Onen’tó:kon (Under the Pines) Healing Lodge serves Native men & women who are over the age of 18 with drug and/or alcohol addictions. 

Québec Native Women/Femmes Autochtones du Québec

A non-partisan association that supports Indigenous women in their efforts to better their living conditions through the promotion of nonviolence, justice, equal rights and health. The Association also supports women in their commitment to their communities.

Strong Nations

Strong Nations provides an open service of information to support, and hopefully transform, the lives of Indigenous peoples by providing access to, and demonstrating the use of, Indigenous text in literacy acquisition. It is our hope that we can bring Indigenous content into the lives of all peoples in order to create pathways that support the building of strong nations together.


McGill University is situated on the traditional territory of the Kanien’kehà:ka, a place which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst nations. We recognize and respect the Kanien’kehà:ka as the traditional custodians of the lands and waters on which we meet today.

Click here for more information on land acknowledgements.


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