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215 Spadina Avenue, Suite 550
Toronto, ON
M5T 2C7

Phone: (647) 886-0640
Fax: (647) 498-1389
Email: info@teachforcanada.ca

*COVID-19 Update: Please note that the Teach For Canada team will be working remotely as per public health recommendations until further notice.


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Please leave us a message using the contact form and Katie Vander Wielen, Team and Operations Manager, will respond soon.


Teacher Applicant Inquiries

For questions about teaching in a northern First Nation, please contact Gill Forth, Teacher Recruitment Manager.


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“I have the audacity to believe that peoples everywhere can have three meals a day for their bodies, education and culture for their minds, and dignity, equality, and freedom for their spirits.” - Martin Luther King Jr. #MLKDay #MLK #MLKDay2021 https://t.co/pRF8173AXI TeachForCanada photo

"Students at the Keethanow Elementary School are learning how to fiddle to connect to their culture." Check out this @cbcradio article highlighting the power of music in #FirstNations. https://t.co/178VeVoOUe

Conference will raise awareness of website with Indigenous perspective education resources https://t.co/9TiaS8Q8HD

Faculty of native studies introduces two new online asynchronous courses https://t.co/IidsDMaJqh

'By celebrating Nuu-chah-nulth culture through more visual representation in the school’s hallways, the display aims to serve as a daily reminder for students to be “proud of who they are.”'

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“From my experience, I always felt like I was invisible,” said Dwight Ballantyne from Montreal Cree Lake First Nation.

Wanting to highlight Indigenous youth and shine a light on what life is like on reservations, he created the Ballantyne Project:

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