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Friendship Centre returns to more central location.

The Canadian Native Friendship Centre opened its doors in a more easily accessible location on April 30. Finding a central location was one of the priorities set by Adam North Peigan when he began as new executive director last July. The centre moved from its central location because of rent issues to the west-end industrial park area. The centre is now located at 11728 95 street. "Once we're moved into a new facility, I'm looking at program development and enhancement. We have a few things running already through a partnership with REACH Edmonton to deliver cultural programs throughout the school calendar year," North Peigan told Sweetgrass in an interview late last year.

Complied by Shari Narine

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Title Annotation:EDMONTON; Canadian Native Friendship Centre
Author:Narine, Shari
Publication:Alberta Sweetgrass
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1CALB
Date:May 1, 2012
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