The BC Assembly of First Nations is unified towards self-sufficiency and vibrancy while never forgetting who we are. We envision a future where our inherent laws, lands, and traditions are recognized and respected by governments, industry and the general public.
The primary philosophy of Kekinow Native Housing Society recognizes that people of Aboriginal ancestry are repressed by their struggles not only for urban survival but also for the need to improve their standard of living beyond the levels of mere survival. Kekinow Native Housing Society contributes to the community by providing secure shelter and further assisting people of Aboriginal ancestry to help themselves.
Conayt has 11 programs that offer a whole variety of services. We now have ample room for expansion and are looking forward to offering more programs and services in the future.
The purpose of this Center is to provide a central communication office for Aboriginal Elders, their family and support workers in B.C. (no such network exists for Elders on or off reserve).