The Mi'kmaw Native Friendship Society is a non-profit, board governed organization that currently operates 28 core programs. It is one of 125 Friendship Centre's across Canada, and opened its doors on September 17th, 1973. The society was incorporated on June 2nd, 1975.
The mission of the Mi'kmaw Native Friendship Society is to provide structured, social-based programming for urban Indigenous people while serving as a focal point for the urban Indigenous community to gather for a variety of community functions and events.
To learn more about the Mi'kmaw Native Friendship Centre, our programs, and services, please visit the MNFC website.