Effort to provide legal guidance to tackle discrimination. The Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres and the Human Rights Legal Support Centre have partnered to deliver training to friendship centre staff across the province to promote access to legal services for Indigenous people experiencing discrimination. The training kicked off at N’Swakamok Native Friendship Centre in Sudbury. “This is a powerful opportunity to empower Aboriginal communities to tackle discrimination in a strategic, concerted and province-wide effort,” said†Lori Mishibinijima, legal counsel and coordinator of the Human Rights Legal Support Centre’s Aboriginal services and outreach. The effort is funded by the Law Foundation of Ontario.