When visiting the Native Child and Family Services of Toronto building you are constantly encountering wonderful graphic images such as on this Thunderbird room divider. These dividers are made of felt from beaver fur and carved in the traditional way to show this bird which is considered to be one of the strongest symbols in Aboriginal life. Unfortunately these lights hang down throughout the room so couldn't be avoided.
In answer to your questions, I don't think the building is open to wandering by the public but possibly a tour could be arranged. That is the great thing about Doors Open - we get behind closed doors!