“Welcome” in the Oneida Nation language


“Welcome” in the Ojibway Nation language


“Welcome” in the Mohawk Nation language


“I am glad to see you” in the Kwiinga-neewul Nation language


“Welcome! I am glad you all came” in the Nulelìntàm èli paèkw Nation language


“Welcome” in the Ojibway Mississaugas of the New Credit Nation language


“Welcome” in the Cree Nation language


“Welcome” in the Ojibway Nation language


“Welcome” in the Dene Nation language


“Welcome” in the Inuktitut Nation language


“Welcome” in the Huron-Wendat Nation language


“Welcome” in the Cayuga Nation language


“Hello” in the Metis Nation language


“Welcome” in the Onondaga Nation language


“Welcome” in the Seneca Nation language

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“Welcome” in the Tuscarora Nation language

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London Indigenous Culture Card

Welcome Partners and Friends! 

Thank you for your interest in the Indigenous Culture Card. We encourage you to use and share the "Indigenous Culture Card –London and Middlesex" with your staff, families and partners! 

The Indigenous Culture Card- London and Middlesex was developed by Healthy Weights Connection (Western University) and London’s Child and Youth Network in response to overwhelming interest expressed by service providers in London and Middlesex County to learn more about First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) cultures and local communities. It has been adapted from a similar cultural awareness resource developed by the Barrie Area Native Advisory Circle (BANAC). We would like to extend our sincere thanks to BANAC for their support.

The content of the card was informed by members of the local First Nations, Metis and Inuit community in London and Middlesex through several engagement sessions. The purpose of the guide is to serve as a first step towards cultural competence and to help service providers learn more about FNMI history, the local cultures and how to work competently and sensitively with FNMI communities. For those interested in formal training, Indigenous Cultural Competency and Cultural Safety training are recommended. Please contact an Indigenous organization if you are looking for specific resources or looking to learn more about Indigenous populations. A contact list can be found below. 

Download PDF of London Indigenous Culture Card 

For more information please contact: 
Adrienne Small 
City of London 
Carlene Mennen 


Indigenous Organizations

N’Amerind Friendship Centre

260 Colborne Street, London ON

T: 519-672-0131

 Promotes the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual wellbeing of Native peoples, especially urban native peoples; culturally relevant programming/


Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre (SOAHAC)

427 William Street Suite 425, London ON


 Health centre focused on family and community health; culturally appropriate programs and services for Aboriginal populations, combining traditional healing and Western medical practices.

Atlohsa Native Family Healing Services Inc.

109-343 Richmond Street, London ON

T: 519-438-0068

 Helps with healing and recovery from the effects of native family violence through protection, support, education and intervention using a holistic approach.

Nokee Kwe Employment Services

1069 Wellington Road, London ON Unit 104

T: 519-667-7088

 Career and employment planning, training and education centre.




Indigenous Services at Western Ontario

1151 Richmond Street Western University, London ON

Western Student Services Building Room 2100

T: 519-661-4095

 First Nations Centre at Fanshawe College

1001 Fanshawe College Boulevard, London, ON N5Y 5R6

T: 519-452-4430 x4619


Oneida Health Centre

2213 Elm Ave, Southwold ON

T: 519-652-0500

Chippewa Health Centre

322 Chippewa Road Muncey ON

T: 519-289-5641

Munsee Delaware Health Department

RR#1 Muncey ON

T: 519-289-5396