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Facility Rentals

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Facility Rentals

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Facility Rentals

The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto is located in a beautifully renovated 1928 Edwardian Heritage building in the heart of Toronto. Featuring large windows, high ceilings and our breathtaking Indigenous art collection. We are fully accessible and only a minute away from the Spadina Subway Station, accessible parking lots are across the street.

  • Full Day 
  • 4 Hours 
  • Capacity 120
  • Full Day 
  • 4 Hours or Less 
  • Capacity 20
  • Full Day 
  • 4 Hours or Less 
  • Capacity 6

 

Booking

 

Upon scheduling the room rental for your event a deposit and completed booking form is required to secure your date and is payable by either credit card, cheque or direct deposit.

As well, check out our Frequently Asked Questions – Rentals.

Please find our Booking Contract by emailing  john.miller@ncct.on.ca


Catering Services

The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto specializes in both Traditional Indigenous Cuisine and standard menus. Our goal is to please everyone with a great combination of both flavours and choices. Let us provide a beautiful array of dishes for your event whether it be for a meeting, luncheon, a feast or corporate event. The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto will accommodate your needs in a professional and timely manner.

 

Catering Forms can be requested

Catering requires 3 weeks notice 

Mii gwetch/Nia:wen/Thank you!


More Questions?

Please take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions, as you may quickly find your answer there.

Or contact John Miller our Building Operations Manager at john.miller@ncct.on.ca 


Rental Clients

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
Toronto Foundation
Ontario Power Generation
ImagineNATIVE
Aboriginal Legal Services
TASSC 
Various Indigenous communities, school boards, non-profits, banks, production companies & universities.