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Friendship Centres are non-profit community organizations that provide services to urban Inuit, Métis, and First Nations (Status and Non-Status) people. Friendship Centres were first established in the 1950s, and there are now more than 100 Centres across Canada. Friendship Centres typically provide a variety of programs and services to its members that can include youth programs, health services, housing, employment, cultural programs and more.

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  • Les centres d'amitié autochtones sont des organismes à but non lucratif qui fournissent des services aux Inuits, aux Métis et aux Premières Nations en milieu urbain. Les premiers centres d'amitié autochtones ont été fondés dans les années 1950. Selon l'Association nationale des centres d'amitié (ANCA), le Canada compte, de nos jours, 119 centres. Généralement, ces centres offrent une gamme de services et de programmes tels que des programmes pour les jeunes, des services de santé, de l'aide au logement et à l'emploi ainsi des services culturels. (fr)
  • Friendship Centres are non-profit community organizations that provide services to urban Inuit, Métis, and First Nations (Status and Non-Status) people. Friendship Centres were first established in the 1950s, and there are now more than 100 Centres across Canada. Friendship Centres typically provide a variety of programs and services to its members that can include youth programs, health services, housing, employment, cultural programs and more. (en)
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  • Les centres d'amitié autochtones sont des organismes à but non lucratif qui fournissent des services aux Inuits, aux Métis et aux Premières Nations en milieu urbain. Les premiers centres d'amitié autochtones ont été fondés dans les années 1950. Selon l'Association nationale des centres d'amitié (ANCA), le Canada compte, de nos jours, 119 centres. Généralement, ces centres offrent une gamme de services et de programmes tels que des programmes pour les jeunes, des services de santé, de l'aide au logement et à l'emploi ainsi des services culturels. (fr)
  • Friendship Centres are non-profit community organizations that provide services to urban Inuit, Métis, and First Nations (Status and Non-Status) people. Friendship Centres were first established in the 1950s, and there are now more than 100 Centres across Canada. Friendship Centres typically provide a variety of programs and services to its members that can include youth programs, health services, housing, employment, cultural programs and more. (en)
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  • Native Friendship Centre (en)
  • Centre d'amitié autochtone (fr)
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