Notices & Announcements

Honouring Our Veterans Powwow

Our 2019 "Honouring Our Veterans" Powwow will be held on November 11, 2019, at the Couchiching First Nation Multi-use Building. For details, view poster here.

Strong Women's Circle

Strong Women's Circle will be starting a new cycle on November 5, 2019.  For more information, view poster here.

Two Spirit Teachings

Come join us at the UNFC Circle of Life Centre on Friday, November 22, 2019, for Two Spirit Teachings with Ron Indian-Mandamin. View poster here.

Coffee Break

Join our monthly Coffee Break!  View poster here.  The next Coffee Break is on October 10, 2019.  Staff will be available to assist participants in registering to vote in the upcoming Federal Election.  

Urban Indigenous Proud

In the winter/spring of 2018, the United Native Friendship Centre, Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres and the National Film Board of Canada came together and created a short film reflecting some of the programming we offer here at the UNFC.  We wish to thank the UNFC Board of Directors, staff, Elders and community members who participated.  We welcome you to view our film on the National Film Board of Canada's Indigenous Cinema site.  Click here.

Connecting Families Initiative

The Government of Canada’s Connecting-Families initiative was launched on November 13th 2018. It will enable selected Canadian families to access high speed Internet service packages from participating Internet Service Providers - for $10 per month. The Connecting Families initiative will reduce the cost of Internet for hundreds of thousands of Canadians and distribute up to 50,000 computers to eligible households to equip them with tools, skills, access and experience to participate in the digital economy. Official webpage: https://ic.gc.ca/eic/site/111.nsf/eng/home The not-for-profit Computers for Success Canada (cfsc-opec.org) has been contracted by the Government of Canada to help deliver the Connecting Families initiative. To benefit from the initiative, eligible families will have received a letter from the Government of Canada and will have to sign up through an online Portal.

For more information or to sign up, contact Joelyn Foadi-Frennette, Literacy Worker, 274-8541.

 

Honouring Our Veterans

As a part of this our annual Honouring Our Veterans powwow, we are seeking photos of Aboriginal Veteran's from the Treaty #3 area. View information/submission poster here.