A Montreal Friendship Centre serving aboriginal youth to close doors

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Montreal’s only centre serving aboriginal youth will be closing their doors.

The Inter-Tribal Youth Centre has seen many aboriginal youth through their ups and downs but due to a funding dispute, those days may be over.

APTN‘s Ossie Michelin files this report.

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2 thoughts on “A Montreal Friendship Centre serving aboriginal youth to close doors

  1. It saddens me to hear of the sudden cuts for the Inter-Tribal Youth Centre, especially over the last year we have been working hard together to create programming that bridges communities together and provides a chance for youth to discover their full potentiall; creatively and in education. What distresses me the most of the situation is the community members who rely on the support of the Inter-Tribal Youth Centre and Native Friendship Centre, in terms of programming , services and having a place to call home.

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