The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto is located in a beautifully renovated 1928 Edwardian Heritage building in the heart of Toronto. The building features large windows, high ceilings and our breathtaking Indigenous art collection. We are a fully wheelchair accessible building on all floors. We are just a short walking distance, north of the Spadina Subway Station exit and public parking is located across the street, for easy accessibility to our centre.
All revenues generated from our rental spaces go directly back into our centre for funding cultural programs and maintaining costs of the building.
4 Hours or Less
Break Out Room
Upon scheduling the rental space for your event a $300.00 deposit and completed booking form is required to secure your event date and must be payable by credit card. Please click here to access the form – Rental Form 2019 fillable.
Please direct any questions or booking forms to Amasena Delormier at Amasena.Delormier@ncct.on.ca or 416-964-9087 X307. Also, take a look at our frequently asked questions, as you may find your answer there – Frequently Asked Questions – Rentals.
Let us provide a beautiful array of dishes for your event, whether it be for meetings, conferences, workshops or many other corporate events that you would like to have. The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto will accommodate your catering needs in a professional and timely manner, working closely with our preferred catering vendors.
For more information about our Catering Services and our menus, please contact Amasena Delormier at Amasena.Delormier@ncct.on.ca or 416-964-9087 X307.
Please note that all catering services must be provided by us, as we don’t allow outside vendors or food. If you have specific dietary needs or preferred vendors, please contact us and we will try and accommodate your request. Nia:wen/Mii gwetch/Thank you!
Please take a look at our frequently asked questions, as you may quickly find your answer there – Frequently Asked Questions – Rentals
Various Government Ministries
City of Toronto
Chiefs of Ontario
Native Women’s Resource Centre
The Circle on Philanthropy for Aboriginal People
University of Toronto
University of Guelph Humber
Elections Canada/Elections Ontario
Metcalf Foundation & EMC Arts
Ontario Power Generation
Aboriginal Legal Services
Various Indigenous communities, School boards, non-profits, banks, production companies & universities.