Today is an exciting day for Aboriginal Friendship Centres of Saskatchewan (AFCS). Welcome to our new website! A while back, we gave a sneak peek of our new logo as a teaser of things to come. This new Logo design includes many aspects of our history and our purpose. We encourage you to learn more about it. AFCS is dedicated to the work Friendship Centres do and will continue to raise the voices of our Urban Indigenous People across the province for many years to come.
This new AFCS website, is designed using our new branding and visual identity. This was done in collaboration with our staff, board members, and Friendship Centres.
As you explore the website, you will find great features and information about AFCS. You found your way to our news section! Please feel free to visit our events page. You can learn more about our initiatives, meet our staff, learn about all of our Friendship Centers, and check out where they are all located. We hope you love the new website as much as we do.
AFCS is located on Traditional Treaty 6 Territory and Homelands of the Métis People. Our centres serve all of Saskatchewan which resides on Métis Homelands and Treaties: 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10.
- Battleford Indian & Metis Friendship Centre
- Buffalo Narrows Friendship Centre
- Ile a la Crosse Friendship Centre
- Kikinahk Friendship Centre
- La Loche Friendship Centre
- Newo-Yotina Friendship Centre
- North West Friendship Centre
- Prince Albert Indian & Metis Friendship Centre
- Qu’Appelle Valley Friendship Centre
- Saskatoon Indian & Metis Friendship Centre