National Indigenous Peoples Day is a priority event for the TNRC, and partner organizations, through planning, execution and financial contribution.
Thompson Urban Indigenous Strategy is an inter-agency committee, of which the TNRC is part of that allocates $400,000 annually to community-based projects serving urban Indigenous people.
TNRC supports cultural development for youth and seeks the knowledge of traditional teachings and Elders.
Thompson Indigenous Accord is a groundbreaking document that recognizes the role of Indigenous people in our history and affirms our commitment to strengthening relationships with indigenous governments and peoples. The TNRC is a partner that reports on success and goals annually.
Explore training and employment initiatives that enhance the employability of low income families and individuals that face multiple barriers to employment including youth and people with disabilities.
Explore models for development of Social Enterprises for low income families, individuals and youth.