Aboriginal Student Services at Toronto Metropolitan University, provides specialized services for First Nations, Metis and Inuit students on campus and to develop a mutually productive relationship between Toronto Metropolitan University and the Aboriginal Community.
Kerr Hall West Building (KHW), Third Floor, Room 389
379 Victoria Street,
M5B 2K3 Canada
Toronto Metropolitan University’s Aboriginal Human Resources Consultant is available to candidates thinking of applying, employees who are looking for support settling in, or leaders who are looking to hire Aboriginal employees.
The Community Group consists of First Nations, Métis and Inuit faculty, instructors and staff from across the university who come together to learn from each other. Group members are invited to provide input on different types of support, community socials, speakers and activities to determine agendas and topics.
The Aboriginal Education Council participates in the process of developing a new relationship of truth and reconciliation between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people at Toronto Metropolitan University, and in the community at large, based on knowledge and respect.
Joanne Dallaire, the Chair, is supported by Toronto Metropolitan University as part of its commitment to Indigenous education, diversity and social justice. The mandate of the Chair is to conduct research and scholarship in relation to Indigenous law, governance and politics in a First Nation context.