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What We Do

15 years of empowering Indigenous success

Through experiential education that explores self-expression, embracing challenges, and shaping the journey to success, Outside Looking In supports and empowers Indigenous youth from high school to their career path of choice.

Why It Matters

Our programs encourage youth to pursue education, engage in self-expression, and celebrate empowerment. We inspire Indigenous youth with the teachings of long-term commitment, accountability, responsibility, and perseverance.

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Communities Served

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Aamjiwnaang, ON

Algonquin, ON

Berens River, MB

Chisasibi, QC

Deep Brook, NS

Deer Lake First Nation, ON

Elsipogtog, NB

Fonthill, ON

Fort Frances, ON

Garden Hill First Nation, MB

Grunthal, MB

Iqaluit, NU

Lac La Croix, ON

London, ON

Membertou, NS

Mississaugi First Nation River 8, ON

Ottawa, ON

Peguis First Nation, MB

Pikangikum, ON

Red Sucker Lake First Nation, MB

Sault Ste. Marie, ON

Slave Lake, AB

St Marys, ON

St Theresa Point, MB

Wasagamack Island Lake, MB

Webequie First Nation, ON

West Vancouver, BC

Wikwemikong, ON

Winnipeg, MB

Xaxl’ip First Nation, BC

Our Annual Showcase 

On May 12 + 13, 2023 we will be presenting our 16th Annual Showcase event at Meridian Hall in Toronto.

Our Supporters


In The News

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May 2022

Here and Now with Gill Deacon: OLI returns to Meridian Hall

May 2022

Indigenous dancers hit the stage in life-changing youth show

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May 2022

This is Canada’s largest Indigenous Youth Dance Performance


May 2022

Snotty Nose Rez Kids On Performing At 2022 Juno Awards

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Supporting Indigenous youth every step of the way

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