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Unique Community Resource Lists Aboriginal Services

This unique community resource includes listings of Indigenous services, community-based groups and events with particular attention to services for young children and their families.  The Guide was developed for people with Native Ancestry and for service providers who work with Indigenous families and children, and is organized by geographic area – Tyendinaga/Deseronto, Napanee, Kingston, Sharbot Lake & Area and Bancroft.

A pdf and link to an e-friendly version are both available under the RESOURCES section of the CYSN website.  Hard copies of the guide will be available on the information buffet table at the September 25th Network meeting.

Corrections or changes to the Guide can be submitted to Kate Brant at or by calling 613-354-8937 (land line) or 613-391-7130 (cell).

And don’t forget to subscribe today to the Come Walk in my Moccasins newsletter.  This monthly newsletter is intended for early learning educators, parents and caregivers of children from birth to six years.  Each newsletter contains a wealth of information about First Nations, Metis and Inuit culture and programming ideas for young children including stories and video clips, teachings, language, recipes and more.

Wendy Anderson, Coordinator, Children and Youth Services Network

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