Are you looking to get your General Equivalency Diploma? If so, you may Register at Can-Am Indian Friendship Centre. There will be a Information Session on Friday August 28th, 2015. Programs will start August 31st, 2015, Monday- Thursday.
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Join us in September 2015 on Fridays for Archery Practice at Amherstburg Target Sports. Meeting spot is at Can Am Indian Friendship Centre at 5pm. All ages are welcome. For more Information click on the link below:
Come out and learn proper Nutrition and Techniques on Wednesdays starting September 2015 at 5pm in the gym at the Can Am Indian Friendship Centre.
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Join us for Pow wow time at the Can Am Indian Friendship Centre. Anyone can come and learn Pow wow style dancing. For more Information and all Dates click on the link below.
Join us for Taekwondo! All ages welcome, Taekwondo will be held at Can Am Indian Friendship Center every Tuesday from 6:00pm-7:00pm, Starting Tuesday September 1st 2015, ending October 20th, 2015. Classes will go on for 8 weeks. For more information, click on the link below.
Come out and join us for Lacrosse on August 10th and 11th 2015, from 10 am- 2 pm at Mic Mac park(1125 Prince Rd, In between College Ave and Tecumseh road West on Prince). Lunch will be provided and All ages welcome! Click on the link below for more information.
Join us August 17th, 2015 from 10-3 pm for free back to school haircuts and nail painting. First come, first serve. Please click on the link below for more details.
Join us Friday August 21st from 12-4pm at Mic Mac park (1125 Prince Rd) for an amazing day of FOOD, DRINKS, GAMES and PRIZES! (Bring your own Chair)
Questions can be directed to Sasha Doxtator or Angela John at the Can-Am Indian Friendship Centre (519) 253-3243. Please click on the link below for more details.
The Erie St. Clair Local Health Integration Network ( ESC LHIN) and the Local Indigenous Health Planning Committee are holding an Indigenous Community Health Care Needs Assessment. They are seeking your input on local health care services to improve the Indigenous patient’s journey through the local health care system. See link below to find out how you can be heard.
Please click on the link below for information about the new Aboriginal Housing Advocate program