The circle is also known as the Medicine Wheel, or the Circle of Life, which reminds us of Mother Earth, and also communicates that all living things are related to each other.
Original co-founder Angus Dickie hopes the Fort Nelson Aboriginal Friendship Center will continue to grow, and build more connections within the community.
Under the direction of Linda Ashdown, Executive Director, who has been involved with the Center since 1988, the programming remains fortified in culture and the spirit of community.
Fort Nelson is using Mountain Standard Time (MST) all year instead.
At the end of Daylight Saving Time (DST) the residents of Fort Nelson and the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality in B.
Overall, the Society's mandate is to provide services to the whole community, by promoting unity and health in rural and urban areas, in a collaborative effort to address the needs of Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal people.
The logo, created by artist Larone Lafferty, is a symbolic circle of the universe which brings all four races and directions together.Fort Nelson will use the same time zone as Fort St.John and Dawson Creek in neighboring Peace River Regional District.Luckily I arrived early enough to drop by the Fort Nelson Heritage Museum - one of my favorite small museums.It is packed with a jumble of miscellaneous "old stuff" of every conceivable type, sort of a huge community attic.I'm pretty easy going, and I love to laugh (I think my neighbours must think a crazy person lives in my place - I'll watch a movie/tv, see a funny picture or read a funny book, and …