Supporting Indigenous Communities

Our journey towards Truth and Reconciliation is ongoing. So is our commitment to Indigenous communities.

Through the TD Ready Commitment, TD is proud to support essential projects like 'Niin Wigwamis', led by Garden River First Nation, which support youth from Indigenous communities to gain access to affordable housing and skill development opportunities. Additionally, Garden River First Nation, in collaboration with Sault College, provides opportunities to obtain Building Certifications. These skills are meant to encourage youth to play an active role in building more affordable housing in their communities.

To learn more about our commitment to Indigenous Peoples and how TD is actively supporting the journey to Truth and Reconciliation read the latest Indigenous Communities Report.

Resources for Indigenous communities

  • Banking with TD

    Our teams work to provide banking, financial and investment services to help meet the needs of businesses, and organizations led by Indigenous Peoples.

  • Career opportunities

    TD aspires to create a working environment where colleagues from the Indigenous community can fulfill their potential and participate in meaningful ways.

  • TD Ready Commitment

    Through the TD Ready Commitment, we’re working to apply our business, people, and philanthropy toward a more inclusive tomorrow.

TD Scholarship for Indigenous Peoples

We’re providing scholarships for students from Indigenous communities–25 annual grants worth up to $60K over 4 years. 

Our commitment to Truth & Reconciliation

TD is helping advance reconciliation by working with Indigenous Peoples towards building an inclusive tomorrow.

  • Serving customers

    Our Indigenous Banking Group offers solutions for Indigenous Peoples, including our First Nations Home Loan program to provide financing to purchase, renovate or build homes on First Nations’ lands.

  • Fostering community

    TD is proud to be a founding partner for First Nations Bank of Canada, Canada’s first bank with majority ownership by Indigenous Peoples and shareholders.

  • Supporting our colleagues

    We're focusing on attracting talent from the Indigenous community and educating our colleagues on the past and living history of Indigenous Peoples in Canada.

Learn more about our work with Indigenous Peoples and communities and how it has evolved over the past years.

Telling our stories

Read more about how TD is supporting Indigenous Communities.

  • Doreen is sharing traditional teachings and advocating for the Indigenous community.

  • Caring for nature was a way of life for Glenna Cayen’s people. Learn how she’s reviving her connection to their practices.

  • This new TD branch in Tsuut'ina is the first branch on First Nation land in Alberta and the first in the Bank's history to be entirely staffed by colleagues from Indigenous communities.

  • What does it mean to be Two-Spirit? TD employee Christopher Arnold explains.

  • Learn how a TD Analyst worked to make recognition of Orange Shirt Day part of our corporate culture.

Want to learn more?

  • TD is on a journey to help make lasting change through our business, philanthropy and people. Learn more.

  • From community support to inclusive banking innovations, learn how we’re helping enrich lives one story at a time.

  • Festivals are an integral part of our communities. That’s why TD supports over 60 festivals coast-to-coast all year long.

  • Learn how to become a TD supplier and explore our commitment to responsible sourcing and supplier diversity.