‘Ksan Historical Village and Museum is located in Hazelton, BC. It showcases the culture and heritage of the Gitxsan First Nation. Gitxsan people have lived in this area for centuries. The Historical Village is a replica of a typical Gitxsan village from the distant past.
The Centre’s mandate is to create a permanent record of the history, language, and culture of the Heiltsuk Band, which can be passed on to successive generations. Heiltsuk Band members are the descendants of Heiltsuk-speaking people who began inhabiting BC’s Central Coast at least 9000 years ago.
The mission of the First Peoples’ Cultural Foundation is to inspire and empower BC First Nations to revitalize their languages, arts and cultures. Human and financial resources are urgently needed as we race against time to avoid the extinction of precious Indigenous heritage.
The Nawican Friendship Centre provides counselling, information, resources, guidance, and programs for the comfort and betterment of Native and non-Native citizens of the Dawson Creek area. It also promotes friendship and understanding between Natives and Non-Natives.
The Aboriginal Housing Society of Prince George provides healthy and affordable housing for Aboriginal people of all ages, income, and capabilities. It also advocates for the construction of more affordable housing in the Prince George region.
Tansi Friendship Centre is located in Chetwynd, in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. It provides services for both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people, including addiction intervention, a residential school healing program, and cultural activities.
The Prince George Native Friendship Centre is dedicated to servicing the needs of Aboriginal people residing in the urban area, and to improving the quality of life in the community as a whole. Fundamental to this is recognizing the inherent worth of all peoples regardless of race, creed, sexual orientation, or culture. The Centre offers a variety of programs and services for people of all ages, from infants to Elders.
The Kermode Friendship Society serves the Terrace area. It offers culturally sensitive programs and services to Aboriginal residents and to the community at large. The Society is committed to promoting self-sufficiency, respect of individuality, and cultural diversity among all residents of the area.
The Friendship House Association of Prince Rupert is an inclusive organization that provides programs and services to the community at large. The Association focuses on the needs of First Nations people in the areas of education, culture, health, and recreation.
PRACSS works to enrich the lives of Aboriginal people in the Prince Rupert area. It offers programs for people of all ages and all needs, including children, youth, parents, elders, the homeless, and people involved in the justice system.