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Bettering the lives of the Aboriginal community and educating the non-Aboriginal community in cultural awareness since 1962

The Canadian Native Friendship Centre (CNFC) helps aboriginal newcomers in Edmonton with referral services, social events and recreational programs.
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Aboriginal Driver Education Program. 

 

Project Description: To offer Aboriginal drivers support to become competent in traffic safety laws and safe driving procedures. Aboriginal Drivers will receive dedicated study time that will increase their success in obtaining their Learners permit . The program will assist Drivers in addressing the barriers that they may face in obtaining their driver's license.  

 

We had an overwhelming response to the program and we thank all who registered. We will be running several programs beginning December 2016 and into the New Year. We have the contact information of those who registered and you will be contacted by the Program Coordinator, Carla Johnson, if you have been chosen. 

 

Canadian Native Friendship Centre

11728 95 Street

Edmonton AB  T5G 1L9

Office: (780) 761-1900

Fax:     (780) 760-1900

Email:programscnfcedmonton@shaw.ca 

 


Become a Canadian Native Friendship Centre Member

The Canadian Native Friendship Centre's current memberships will run from April, 2016 to March 31, 2017. Membership cost is $3.00 and will be waived to those who volunteer at one of our Bingo and/or other fundraising events.  In order to vote at any General or Special Meeting, including the Annual General Meeting, membership must have been purchased 30 days in advance of the meeting. Annual General Meeting will be scheduled for June 2017, date to be confirmed.  

 


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