Peel Aboriginal Network

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Description & Services
Alternate Name PAN
Description Provide a Social, Cultural, Education and Awareness Network to meet the needs of Aboriginal people in Peel. It is their hope to build a sense of community for Aboriginal people in Peel and to provide a forum where they can meet, socialize, share, and learn from one another. One of the common interests of their members is to increase awareness about Aboriginal peoples and issues, and to instill pride in Aboriginal children of their heritage. They will also strive to meet the special service needs of Aboriginal people living in the region of Peel. PAN currently is accepting applications to fill their affordable housing units. Individuals and families must be Aboriginal (First Nation, Metis or Inuit) to qualify. They also provide Addiction Counselling and one to one counselling.
Hours Mon - Fri: 10:00am - 5:30pm 
Open evenings & weekends for events and programs
Areas Served Halton Region ; Peel Region
Eligibility Ages: 150 year(s) and under 
All ages welcome to PAN
Fees None ; All of our services are free unless otherwise specified
Languages English
Contact Information
Address & Map
208 Britannia Road E, Unit #1
Mississauga, ON
Canada L4Z 1S6
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Intersection Hurontario St and Britannia Rd
Transit Information Mississauga Transit
Office Phone 905-712-4726
Fax 905-712-9803
Primary Contact Jarius Skye, Executive Director; Email:
Primary Executive Jairus Skye, Executive Director; Email:
Volunteer Coordinator Email:
Other Details
Print Material Brochure  
Aboriginal resources and referrals to information
Established Incorporated July 2nd, 2008
Elections AGM held once per year 
Voting members only allowed to vote
Funding Fundraising - Fundraising events including: workshops; Children's Water Festival; and other Aboriginal gatherings ; Donations - The United Church of Canada ; Foundation - Ontario Trillium Foudnation ; Fundraising from Private, business and corporate donations. Call our office to inquire about making a monetary donation.  
Funders: The Ontario Trillium Foundation, Miziwe Biik Employment and Training, The United Church of Canada, The Ontario Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts, HRSDC, Government of Canada - New Horizons Seniors.  
Homelessness Partnering Strategy  
New Horizon for Seniors Program  
Anglican Church of Canada  
Centre for Employment and Training  
Region of Peel  
Community/Individual Donations
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Subjects Native peoples

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