The Ottawa Aboriginal Coalition was established in 2001 to respond to the needs of the Ottawa Aboriginal Community with a unified approach.

 OAC members are Indigenous service organization providing 

 front-line programs and services to Aboriginal people living in the   National Capital Region 

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OAC Research Project

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If you have completed the survey, we thank you for taking the time to share your story with us. Due to a high volume of community members wanting to participate in the project, we are experiencing delays in distributing your compensation. Please know that we are working very hard and we apologize for this delay.

Ottawa Indigenous Community Members' Experiences of COVID-19. 

Our Members

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OAC Work

We acknowledge the gift of being on Anishnabek territory and specifically on Algonquin Territory. We want to recognize the two closest Algonquin First Nation communities: Kitigan Zibi and the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan.

We also recognize that today - Ottawa is a gathering place for First Nations, Inuit and Métis from across Canada.

This land acknowledgement commits us to the original relationship we were building together – through friendship and peace.

The Coalition uses the term “Aboriginal” which is inclusive of First Nation, Inuit and Métis people. Increasingly the term “Indigenous” is used to reflect the same groups. We are respectful of whatever term an Indigenous person or organization uses to self-define