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Community Organizations: Business District and Multicultural Cities

community organizations: Yet none are dedicated to our first residents, according to NOW Magazine. City councillors and community organizations want to change that by creating an Indigenous business district, but perspectives differ on how and where. Toronto, the ancestral territory of the Ojibway, the Anishnawbe and the Mississaugas of the New Credit, is often touted as one of the world's most multicultural cities, with dozens of ethnically evocative neighbourhoods. Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam explains that the Indigenous business district would not only be a destination similar to other cultural neighbourhoods. Wong-Tam believes she's found the prime location, at 200 Dundas East, a space the city will take over in 2019. Rather, an Indigenous Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship could be the seed that helps grow the area by offering programming, mentorship and co-op space to nascent businesses. ( As reported in the news.