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Toronto 2017 NAIG Host Society

Marcia Trudeau, Chief Executive Officer, 2017 NAIG
Elder Garry Sault, Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation
Chief LaForme, Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation 
Adam Vaughan, Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister    
          (Intergovernmental Affairs)
Hon. David Zimmer, Ontario Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation
John Tory, Mayor of the City of Toronto
Mission Staff from participating NAIG Territories, Provinces and States
– Iroquois Lacrosse from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory
– Cultural Performers from Métis Nation of Ontario
– Cultural Performers from Manitou Mkwa
WHAT:          One Year Countdown Celebrations to the
                      Toronto 2017 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG)
WHERE:      David Pecaut Square (in front of Metro Hall)
                       215 King Street West, Toronto, ON
WHEN:        Friday, July 15, 2016 at 10:30am

Earlier this week, the City of Toronto approved cash and in-kind funding for the 2017 North American Indigenous Games. This significant contribution, together with previous major pledges by both the Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario, symbolizes financial and resource support from all levels of government.

The announcement will be part of the official countdown to the Games. Sport demonstrations and photo opportunities will be available beginning at 7:30 am. In addition, Mission Staff from participating Territories, Provinces and States will be at the event and in the region throughout the weekend, to tour sporting venues and learn more about their upcoming Games experience.

Contact Information:
Abidah Shirazi
Manager, Communications, Toronto 2017 NAIG Host Society
About the Toronto 2017 North American Indigenous Games
From July 16-23, 2017, the Games will welcome more than 5,000 participants, 2,000 volunteers and a number of other spectators and dignitaries from across North America. Sport and cultural venues include Humber College, University of Toronto Scarborough, City of Toronto facilities and venues within Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. A total of 14 sports will be offered for competition during the event and a week-long cultural village will be housed at York University featuring nightly programming including traditional teachings, Indigenous artists and other cultural performers. For more information, visit