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Canadian Roots Exchange

Site: Toronto - Mailing Address

Contact Information
Office Phone 1-416-921-0079
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Agency Information
Description (Agency) A registered charity that provides Indigenous-based leadership, learning, and reconciliation experiences to every youth that participates in their programs.
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Funding Provincial ; Donations - individual and corporate
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Through gatherings, workshops, and leadership training, CRE brings together youth in cities, towns, and traditional territories across Canada in an effort to break down stereotypes, open a dialogue, and build honest relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people living on this land 
* Developmental Groups 
* Youth Reconciliation Initiative (YRI) 
* CREation Community Grants Program 
* Peer Program 
* Indigenous Youth Policy School 
* Culture & Wellness Program 
* Justice Program 
* Research Hub
Hours Office Mon-Fri 10 am-6 pm
Areas Served Canada
Eligibility Ages: 15 year(s) - 29 year(s) 
Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth and young adults
Application Call or email for information
Languages English
Fees Program ; None ; if needed CRE will assist applicants with their fundraising efforts
Site Information
Located In Community Toronto
Address & Map
Toronto, ON
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Mailing Address c/o Canadian Roots Exchange 
489 College St, Suite 500 
Toronto, ON M6G 1A5
Physical Access Not Applicable - Mailing Address
Categories and Classification
HCSD Main Heading Indigenous Peoples
HCSD Sub Heading All Services for Indigenous Peoples
Service Categories Diversity Awareness Training ~ Indigenous Peoples Issues ; Professional Skills Development Support ~ Indigenous Peoples Issues ; Subject Specific Public Awareness/Education ~ Indigenous Peoples Issues

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