Welcome Back, We’ve Missed You.
We are open to the public, we’re so happy to see you.
Groups of 10 people are permitted to attend each program.
BE SURE TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH
YOUR PROGRAM COORDINATOR
When Attending Programs Please:
Enter by the FRONT DOOR ONLY
Check Your Temperature
Use Hand Sanitiser
Wear a MEDICAL mask
Stay in your Designated Area
Updated Staff Contact List
Please click HERE to get a copy of the most up-to-date staff contact list.
As the NBIFC takes the safety of our Board, staff and community very seriously the North Bay Indigenous Friendship Center building is not available to the public until further notice. Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, staff will continue to work from home. Please email them if you require assistance. We will keep everyone posted as we learn more. We truly appreciate your patience and understanding in this matter.
The mission of the North Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre is to improve the quality of life for First Nation, Metis, and Inuit people in the urban environment of North Bay by supporting self-determined activities which encourage equal access and participation in society and which respects Aboriginal culture distinctiveness. The North Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre provides a wide array of programs and services to support Aboriginal people of all ages. An important part of our mandate is to serve as a gathering place for Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal people. The Centre is a place where Aboriginal culture is celebrated, friendships are made, knowledge and skills are shared and good times are enjoyed.
A hard copy of the Newsletters are mailed each month to those who have Paid Memberships with North Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre. Click Here to learn how to become a member