Friendship Centres

Flin Flon Indian Metis Friendship Association Inc. (Flin Flon)

The idea for this Friendship Centre originated in 1964 out of a need for a focal point for Aboriginal people traveling to the Flin Flon area. Today, the Centre offers the following programs and services:

  • Restaurant - featuring bannock as well as daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner specials
  • Hostel - twelve modern air conditioned rooms with access to a lounge area
  • Handicraft Outlet - Aboriginal crafts for sale including birch bark bitings, dream catchers, beadwork, and moccasins
  • Programs - Hoop dancing, Pow Wow instruction, drumming, singing, cultural presentations, crib tournaments, craft courses, and more

Location:
57 Church Street

Phone:
204-687-3900

Fax:
204-687-5328

Email:


Lynn Lake Friendship Centre Inc. (Lynn Lake)

The Lynn Lake Friendship Centre Inc. is a non-political, independent community based organization providing programs and services to meet the needs of the Aboriginal and Non Aboriginal people in Lynn Lake and surrounding area.

Phone:
204-356-2407

Fax:
204-356-8223


Ma-Mow-We-Tak Friendship Centre (Thompson)

Since 1976, the Ma-Mow-We-Tak Friendship Centre Inc. has offered support to aboriginal people who are making the transition from life on the reserve or community to urban life in Thompson. It provides programs and services in relation to the social, educational, cultural and recreational needs of the community. It operates as a non-sectarian, non-political, non-profit organization and is operated according to policies set by the Board of Directors.

Location:
122 Hemlock Crescent

Phone:
204-677-0950

Fax:
204-677-0970

Email:


The Pas Friendship Centre (The Pas)

Location:
81 Edwards Avenue

Phone:
204-623-6459

Fax:
204-623-4268