168 Wall Street Saskatoon, SK S7K 1N4

History



The Saskatoon Indian and Metis Friendship Center (SIMFC) has a long and successful history working with and for our Metis and Aboriginal citizens of Saskatoon. The SIMFC was established in 1968 to provide services and programs to our Aboriginal and Metis people who were migrating into the urban centers. 



Over the past years SIMFC has completed and offered a number of projects/programs which serve to establish a strong level of credibility and public confidence in all programs.



SIMFC supports all Metis and Aboriginal cultural distinctiveness is a foremost objective. We do this by providing cultural 
programming. This programming ranges in ages.

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