Ile a la Crosse Friendship Centre

Ile a la Crosse, Saskatchewan

Promoting social, cultural, health, and recreational programs for the people of Ile a la Crosse and surrounding areas.

The Ile a la Crosse Friendship Centre was established in 1992. Friendship Centres have been operating across Canada since 1959 to provide a wide range of services to urban Aboriginal People. Friendship Centres provide referrals and offer counseling on matters of employment, housing, education, health, and liaison with other community organizations.

Since it’s inception, the Ile a la Crosse Friendship Centre has implemented a number of projects and programs, including:

  • The Young Offenders Program,
  • Fine Option Program
  • New Career Job Readiness
  • Court Worker Programs
  • Summer Student Programs
  • Aboriginal Head Start Programs
  • Pre-Natal Nutrition Program
  • Aboriginal Healing Foundation
  • The Urban Multi-Purpose Aboriginal Youth Centre

Core Programs

Our programs are in place to help improve the quality of life for our Friendship Centre Members.


Myra Malboeuf Executive Director
Philip Durocher President


PO Box 160Lajeunesse AveIle a la CrosseS0M1C0