Indigenous Youth Advisory Committee
Conayt News and Events · May 09, 2022
The Conayt Friendship Society is looking for indigenous youth to help us plan future programming for youth. Join us!

Circle of Courage Mens Group
Conayt News and Events · April 05, 2022
Men's Circle of Courage offered all year long, every Wednesday. For registration call Cassandra or Richard at Conayt, phone 250.378.5107.

Conayt AGM 2022
Conayt News and Events · March 21, 2022
Join us for our AGM on April 22, 2022. Membership application deadline to be able to vote is on April 8, 2022.

Aboriginal Head Start Program
Conayt Projects · February 16, 2022
Conayt is thrilled to start an Aboriginal Head Start Program in collaboration with NVIT and the Nicola Valley Metis Society.

Conayt Flood Damage Relief
Conayt News and Events · December 14, 2021
Conayt Friendship Society has grants available to help Merritt Phase 4 residents with flood damage assistance.

Mental Health and Addictions
Conayt Projects · November 17, 2021
November 21-27, 2021 is National Addictions Awareness Week and we would like to shine a light on our Mental Health and Addictions Program at Conayt. Headed by Richard Jackson Jr, the program offers one-on-one sessions, a men’s group, a wellbriety group, and school outreach.

Remembrance Day 2021
Conayt News and Events · November 01, 2021
This Remembrance Day, we honour all the First Nations men and women who served to protect all of us. Kwukwscemxw.

Women's Wellness Group
Conayt News and Events · October 26, 2021
Call or email to register for this group! Meetings are Tuesdays from 12-2 pm from November 9 to December 7, 2021.

The Elders Program
Conayt Projects · September 21, 2021
Jackie Smithers runs the Elders Program at the Conayt Friendship Society and she’s looking forward to resuming in-person meetings once the pandemic is behind us. The last 18 months have not been easy for anyone, and social isolation is especially hard on our elders.

The Memorial Garden Project
Conayt Projects · September 14, 2021
Originally funded by Women and Gender Equality Canada in 2019 and set back by the pandemic, the Memorial Garden Project in collaboration with NVIT is finally moving forward and we want to share the progress of this important project with you.