TNWSG values respectful,
judgement free relationships.

medicine wheel

The Medicine Wheel underlines the need for balance and encompasses all aspects of life.

It is a reminder of the interconnectedness of creation and our roles and responsibilities to creation and to ourselves.

The Wheel represents all of the ages and stages of life. It encompasses the past, present and future and provides the foundation of why the organization exists, to help Indigenous families achieve this balance within their own circles and live Mino-Bimaadiziwin (the Good Life).

The Seven Grandfather Teachings are the guiding principles upon which decision-making and actions are based.

Our organization follows these teachings in actionizing our vision and responsibilities. These principles can be applied broadly to many groups and we honour this Anishinaabe set of principles because they are inherently valuable and honour the Council of Three Fires and the geographical location of our centres being on traditional Ojibwe and Algonquin territory.

making cultural food


to cherish knowledge is to know wisdom

group of people in an off roading vehicle


to know love is to know peace

two women smiling


to honour all of Creation is to have respect

Mino M'shki-ki team


is to face problems with integrity

men playing guitars


in facing a situation is to be brave

Indigenous Language Gathering


is to know yourself as a sacred part of Creation

Keepers of the Circle Team


is to know all of these things