Welcome to Aboriginal Friendship Centre of Calgary

Welcome all to the Aboriginal Friendship Centre of Calgary. We welcome you to Treaty 7 Territory and the traditional land of Niitsitapi (Blackfoot), Ĩyãħé Nakoda, Tsuu T’ina and the Metis Nation in Region 3. We at the AFCC strive to give the best possible experiences to those that come through our doors and do our best to make sure that all questions are answered with a smile.



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Our Programs

AFCC provides essential Indigenous cultural based programs to a growing Calgary urban Indigenous population.

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Indigenous Hub

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Current Events

Check out AFCC's calendar for upcoming events.

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Career Opportunities

Volunteering, opportunities at AFCC, and external job postings.

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Past Events

February 2024


February 12 - February 29
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March 2024


March 3 - March 31
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March 6 - March 31
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Public Survey on the Seniors Lodge Program Review is LIVE!

March 26 - April 30
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Please be advised that the Public Survey is now posted and live online, available at the following link.   https://your.alberta.ca/seniors-lodge-program/survey_tools/public

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April 2024

Siksika Health Fair 2024

April 14 @ 8:00 am - April 17 @ 5:00 pm
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Siksika Health Fair 2024 Oki! Our 22nd Annual Siksika Health Fair will take place April 17, 2024 at Siksika’s Piiksapi Memorial Arbor. This year’s theme is Youth Mental Health, and will feature special guests, Georges “Rush” St. Pierre,  and Ryan Straschnitzki. Learn, connect and engage with our departments and partners in health and wellness. https://siksikahealth.com/home/health-fair-2024/

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April 17 - April 30
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AFCC Strategic Plan

The Friendship Centre Movement has a long history of bringing people together from all areas of Canada and beyond and Calgary is no different, we pride ourselves on bringing indigenous based cultural programs and services to all that wish to come and participate.

The importance of contributing to the continued education of our cultures to the public is a vital piece of what we do, working with our Community partners to continue to make Calgary shine and to always showcase the indigenous peoples of this great city. We at the Aboriginal Friendship Centre of Calgary want everyone to have an amazing experience when you walk through our doors and encourage everyone to come to visit us.

We have many wonderful programs, services and community events; come down and check them out!

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