Aaniin, Shé:kon, Tawnshi, Miyotôtâkewin, ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ, Biindigen and Welcome!

SEPTEMBER 30TH - National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

every child matters t-shirt logo

This may be a day of quiet reflection or participation in a community event.

Michelle Taylor-Leonhardi is producing a storytelling/craft video honouring this day. You are invited to submit photos, videos, or written descriptions of events to be included.

Email submissions to Wanda Gordon wgordon@fireflynw.ca by end of day on Sept 22nd. Thank you for your participation.

Our Purpose

The purpose of this website is to provide a platform for educators to learn from one another, share strategies and resources across the Ontario First Nation Early Learning Regional Networks in partnership with the Ministry of Education. The public is also welcome to explore the website.

Regional Network Information

Regional Networks are comprised of supervisors, coordinators and educators of First Nation Early Learning Programs located in each of the 4 regions of the province. The establishment and sustainability of these networks was identified as a priority by First Nations. The networks support the delivery of high quality, culturally appropriate programs and services. The benefits of regional networks include information sharing, knowledge exchange, skills development, collaborative problem solving and solution-finding for common issues.

The 4 regional network pages include maps and directories for licensed child care and child and family programs.

First Nation Early Learning Regional Program Map

First Nations Early Education Regional Map