Value Statement
ASOO Board will maintain an atmosphere of openness, transparency and honesty while respecting our interconnectedness and valuing the diversity of traditional teachings across Ontario.
Mission Statement
The Aboriginal Shelters of Ontario Board of Directors will collaborate and support Organizations to work towards addressing and ending family violence by providing quality service incorporating traditional beliefs.
Organizational Objectives
To identify and understand Family Violence issues impacting Aboriginal communities.

In The News

Wrapped in Courage!

Hello Everyone, We are all set to go this year for Wrapped in Courage! Please be sure to share this email and the attachment with

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October 2015

Aboriginal Shelters of Ontario is committed to proceeding on the road to reconciliation between Canadians and Aboriginal people. Click to read more in our October 2015

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March 2015

Introducing the new board of directors for the 2015/2016 period, and news about ASOO’s participation in the Missing and Murdered Indigenous women initiative. Click to read

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August 2013

The ASOO Coordinator is currently Organizing the upcoming Board meeting for September/October.

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Visit our video library

MMIWG Ottawa. Closing Submissions. Day 4. Part 5. Drama Presentation by Aboriginal Shelters of Ontario and Ganohkwasra Family Assault Support Services.

Interview with Julie Bomberry (Ganohkwasra Family Assault Support Services) and Dr. Robert Antone (Kiikeewannikaan Southwest Regional Healing Lodge)

Embrace Her with Love families discuss Pre-Inquiry and Roundtable Sessions. 

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