The Kermode Friendship Society offers culturally sensitive, quality programs and services to the Aboriginal community members and the community-at-large in the Terrace area.
Our commitment is to encourage self-sufficiency, respect of individuality and to promote cultural diversity amongst all residents of this area.
The Kermode Friendship Society membership as represented by the Board of Directors; gratefully acknowledge and thank the Kitselas Nation and Kitsumkalum Nation in Terrace and the Haisla Nation in Kitimat Village for allowing the Kermode Friendship Society to operate in their respective Traditional Territory.
The Kermode Friendship Centre was initially created in 1972. It was then called the "Native Resource Centre" and was operated by Local 118 of the British Columbia Association of Non-Status Indians (BCANSI)...read on »
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Kody is one of two cubs in his family; he regularly visits his friends at the Friendship Centre and at community events. He really enjoys giving and receiving hugs to all his friends. He enjoys fishing, sitting with his Elders and listening to stories about history and culture...read on »
Each year Kermode Friendship Society actively coordinates, participates in or hosts events...read on »
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