Friendship Centres cautiously hopeful by the government’s recommitment to Indigenous issues

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Friendship Centres cautiously hopeful by the government’s recommitment to Indigenous issues

by ahnationtalk on September 25, 2020168 Views

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The official spokespeople for the NAFC are Jocelyn Formsma (Executive Director), and Christopher Sheppard (Board President). All requests must be sent through the Communications Team. The NAFC’s Communications Team works to raise awareness and support regarding the Friendship Centre Movement, as well as broadening the understanding of the Urban Indigenous experience across Canada.

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Our Areas of Expertise

  • Friendship Centres and the Friendship Centre Movement
  • Anything relating to Urban Indigeneity (issues, population, demographics, etc.)
  • Our research, please see here.

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