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Quality Academics

NAIITS’ academic degrees offer open-ended opportunities for First Nations, Metis, Inuit and others of Indigenous ancestry to be part of a flexible program of learning.

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NAIITS symposiums are themselves learning communities, unique in their blend of academic and practitioner teaching.

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Support Us

We invite you to participate with Indigenous leaders from around the world and become part of a diverse group of highly dedicated visionaries.

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Our Partners

NAIITS has carefully selected partners who are clearly Jesus-focused in their worldview and mission, and who respect Indigenous leadership.

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Providing resources to the members of our learning community for personal and community growth is the goal of the NAIITS store.

He was known for his quiet scuttling of the Meech Lake Accord in the Manitoba legislature in 1990 – an agreement that, if passed, would have left Indigenous peoples out of Canadian history once again.
The breadth and depth of support Idle No More has attained is powerfully evident. Many thousands of people—elders, youth, professionals, traditional people and Christians—have convened in hundreds of rallies in many locations, now around the globe.
“The partnership created with this agreement will focus on the delivery of Theological education for Native North Americans and other indigenous peoples using instructional approaches and materials developed by NAIITS,” said Terry LeBlanc, founding chair, now Executive Director of NAIITS.
100 Huntley Street
MTS Degree
(Nov 27, 2012)
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Indigenous Pathways
(Mar 15, 2012)
Indigenous Pathways Introduction
(Sept 2, 2011)
NAIITS and George Fox Signing
(May 17, 2011)
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Location: Tyndale University College and Seminary, 25 Ballyconnor Court, Toronto, ON, Canada, M2M 4B3

Dates: June 6-8, 2013
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NAIITS - A Learning Community
NAIITS is a Non-sectarian organization dedicated to encouraging the Native North American community to develop and to articulate Native North American perspectives on theology and practice. We encouraging the development and implementation of Native North American learning styles and world views through encouraging the development of a body of written work that addresses biblical, theological, and ethical issues from Native North American perspectives in concert with those of other ethnicities who would speak into this context.