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The founders of the Timmins Native Friendship Centre were inspired to make a difference by helping the many First Nations People migrating to the City of Timmins.  They embraced the responsibility and were inspired to strengthen the people’s well-being with the establishment of the friendship centre.  From those early days, the Timmins Native Friendship Centre has become known as the largest service provider for urban Aboriginal people.  In recognition of the ever changing society in which we live, we remain dedicated to improving the quality of the lives of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people in our community.  

Our philosophy is one that encompasses all people in the community who request our assistance.  Today the Centre continues to embrace their responsibility in creating positive changes and building a bridge of understanding between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people. 


Membership Form and Office May Closure Notice

Membership Form May office closure notice

Timmins Native Friendship Centre New look for the Timmins Native Friendship Centre


Timmins Native Friendship Centre Satellite Office in Moosonee

13 First Street, Moosonee ON P0L 1Y0

TNFC Satellite office in Moosonee

Please check our Staff Page for list of programs offered.


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Contact Us

The Timmins Native Friendship Centre's business hours are
Monday to Friday,
from 8:30 am until 4:30 pm. 
Please visit the TNFC to inquire about after hours programming or consult with one of our Coordinators for further details.

179 Kirby Avenue
 Timmins, ON  P4N 1K1
Phone: (705) 268-6262
Fax: (705) 268-6266
Email: reception@tnfc.ca

Moosonee Site 1

13 First Street

P.O. Box 129
Moosonee ON P0L 1Y0

Phone: (705) 336-0923

Fax: (705) 336-0953

Moosonee Site 2

3B Moose Street

P.O. Box 129
Moosonee ON P0L 1Y0

Phone: (705) 336-0331

Fax: (705) 336-0120



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