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Beautiful Nature


La Passerelle-I.D.É. recognizes the land on which it operates, a place where communities have gathered for over 15,000 years.

This land has been the territory of the Hurron-Wendat and Petun(Pee-tun) Nations, the Seneca and, more recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. Today, the Toronto meeting place is still home to many Aboriginal people from Turtle Island. La Passerelle-IDÉ. is grateful for the opportunity to work in community. We are also aware of broken alliances and the need to strive for righteousness in all our relationships, sharing stories and telling the Truth from this place. La Passerelle-IDÉ. also recognizes the many people of African descent who are not settlers, but whose ancestors were forcibly displaced in the transatlantic slave trade, brought against their will and forced to work on these lands. We believe that the advancement of Indigenous sovereignty is deeply connected to Black liberation and we remain committed to advancing both.

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Financial State

The board of directors, consisting of black and racialized representatives of the francophone community, establishes the strategic direction of La Passerelle-I.D.É. and oversees the delivery of programs and services that benefit the community.

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Man at his Desk

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Our Funders & Partners

Partner Logo: Canadian Heritage
Partner logo: City of Toronto
Partner logo: UnitedWay
partner logo: canadian race relations foundation
Partner logo: Laidlaw
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