We are pleased to announce TRCC / MWAR is currently welcoming applications for new crisis line counsellors to join our Spring 2020 training. Click here for more information! 


(Not so) Random Axe of Kindness – Saturday March 28 2020

Please join us for the 2nd annual axe throwing fundraiser!

When: Saturday March 28 2020, starting at 12pm 
Where:  BATL‘s new St Clair & Keele location, 30 Weston Rd, Unit C109

For more information and to register, click here!  

Please email to join our planning committee or if you have any questions! 


Young Survivors Support Group

We would like to welcome all female-identifying, non-binary, and trans youth who are survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence within the South Asian diaspora to join. 

The group takes place on Tuesday evenings, 6 – 8pm. Childcare and ASL interpretation available. 

For more information please contact  

“South Asian” is a broad term that includes folks with heritage in countries including (but not limited to) India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Tibet. We also recognize that throughout history, South Asian families have been relocated across the globe, and we welcome people of Indo-Caribbean, Indo-European, and Indo-African heritage, as well as other South Asian diaspora with roots in places such as Fiji, Mauritius, and Malaysia.

Four Sisters Creative Writing

May 24th to August 9th. For all youth 25 and under.
This creative writing group happens on Fridays from 12-2pm.
Tokens and snacks are provided. Email to register and for more details.

TRCC/MWAR Statement in response to the PC announcement ‘Ontario Working to Stop Violence Against Women and Support Survivors”

Government Announcement

Video of the TRCCMWAR response at the press conference on November 21st:

Written Statement made at Press Conference on November 21st

Article in the Toronto Star



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