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The Red Lake Indian Friendship Centre (RLIFC) is one of the “original six” Friendship Centres in Ontario, founded in 1964 and incorporated on June 7, 1971, and became a registered charity in 1976.

The centre was also one of the founding members of the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres (OFIFC) which was incorporated in 1971. The centre’s founding directors are Larry Bruce Killens, Marjorie Ann Pasloski, John Kristberg Johannesson, Emma Kemble, Stella Keast, Raymond Mason, Jimmy James Keesic, and John Lusted McEwen.

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Contact Info

1 Legion Road P.O. Box 244

Red Lake , Ontario P0V 2M0

Phone: (807) 727-2847

Fax: (807) 727-3253

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This Friendship Centre is a signatory of the Declaration of Mutual Commitment and Friendship. Through this Declaration, the Friendship Centre and the local municipal government have demonstrated their commitment to collaborate and improve the wellbeing of their urban Indigenous community members.