Research Disclaimer

TARP: 10 Years in Retrospect and the Tkaronto Indigenous Prosperity Plan Disclaimer Statement

This project is gathering community feedback to understand the community’s view on the original Toronto Aboriginal Research Project (TARP) report recommendations from 2011 and to develop an action plan to address Indigenous poverty and build a more inclusive and prosperous city for the Indigenous people who call it home.

The project is gathering the community feedback through each member agency’s direct community/client base. Each TASSC agency will have an individual community engagement plan supported by the project team.

We value the knowledge our community shares and we will be compensating all who participate for their contributions.

There will be cultural, and wellness supports available during and following the community sessions for all participants.

The goal is to have a report by the 2021-year end which will be shared with the community, governments, and other funders.

No identifying personal information is being stored and none will be shared with any other parties. The report will only provide summaries of the information that is gathered. The information gathered will be stored on TASSC’s secure servers and is available to the Indigenous community upon request.

You have the right not to participate and the right to withdraw at any time. If you have any questions now or in the future, you can contact TASSC at