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   Shirley Bernard
   Executive Director

   (204) 239-6333
   Extension 2222
   Email
  s_bernard@ptgfc.org

     
 

   Lisa Orchard 
   Director of Finance

   (204) 239-6333
   Extension 2223
   Email l_orchard@ptgfc.org

          Jaelin Way
     Administrative Assistant

         (204) 239-6333
         Extension 2221
 
 Email j_way@ptgfc.org

                     Diane Lavallee 
                     Family Counsellor

  (204) 239-6333
  Extension 2232
  Email d_lavallee@ptgfc.org

 

         Jeanna Campbell
       Employment Consultant 

             (204) 239-6333
          Extension 2236
   Email j_campbell@ptgfc.org

                     Elgin Beaulieu
                Director of Maintenance

                      (204) 239-6333
           Email e_beaulieu@ptgfc.org

 

       Betsy Kematch
           Insight Mentor
       Project Supervisor

         (204) 239-6333
         Extension 2233
  Email b_kematch@ptgfc.org 

 Rochelle Campbell
Parent Child Coordinator

                (204) 239-6333
                Extension 2226
     Email
r_campbell@ptgfc.org

 

 
            Debbie Parker
              
Insight Mentor
 
            
(204) 239-6333
            Extension 2230
     Email d_parker@ptgfc.org

          

   Danielle Carpenter
 
Insight Mentor

  (204) 239-6333
  Extension 2231
  Email d_carpenter@ptgfc.org

 

 

 

Cornell Pashe

Manager
Eagles Fire Youth Centre

(204) 856-2191
or
(204) 239-6333 extension 3221
Email c_pashe@ptgfc.org

 

Tiffany Beaulieu

Youth Worker- Employment & Training Portfolio
Eagles Fire Youth Centre

                     (204) 856-2192
                             or
          (204) 239-6333 extension 3233
           Email
t_beaulieu@ptgfc.org

 

 

          Gail Ducharme
 
            Youth Worker

            (204) 856-2192
                     or
   (204) 239-6333 Extension 3222
   Email g_ducharme@ptgfc.org

     

 

Membership

Any person over the age of 18 residing in the area bounded;
on North by an east-west line through the most northerly point of the village of Kinosota,
on the East by a north-south line through the most easterly point of the village of Elie,
on the South by and east-west line through the most southerly point of the village of St. Claude,
and on the West by a north-south line through the most westerly point of the village of Carberry,
3 months prior to the Annual General Meeting and has paid membership, may be a General Member.
The cost to purchase a membership is $2.00
Any member that is 55 years of age or older will receive their membership free of charge!

All Portage Friendship Centre General Members must follow the National Association of Friendship Centres code of ethics 

PFC Membership Application

N.A.F.C. Code of Ethics

In order to be a member in good standing of the Association, an individual Friendship Center must
subscribe to the following principles:

  1. It must be a community directed organization, define itself as a Friendship Centre and
    have aims and objectives of the Association;

  2. It must first and foremost show respect and honour for all Aboriginal beliefs and customs
    and must act and speak with the pride and dignity that Aboriginal heritage demands;

  3. It must be committed to information-sharing, referrals, recreation and social activities,
    cultural reinforcements, community development and similar activities which ensure that
    Aboriginal people will be afforded a better quality of life through Aboriginal self-determination;

  4. It must support unity amongst all Aboriginal people without regard to legal distinctions
    which may be drawn between Status and Non-Status individuals or amongst Metis,
    Indian or Inuit people (in keeping with the foregoing, the Friendship Centre shall offer its
    services to all Aboriginal people without regard to Status or racial origin);

  5. It must support and work towards achieving the stated aims and objectives of the Association;

  6. It must be tolerant of diversity, forthright in expressing its views on particular issues and
    respectful of the opinions of other Friendship Centres and Aboriginal groups;

  7. It must agree to bring any grievances, comments or complaints relating to the Association
    to the attention of the Board of Directors of the Association (similarly, the Association will
    bring any grievance, comment or complaint that the Association may have with respect to
    a particular Friendship Centre to the attention of the Board of Directors of that Friendship Centre);

  8. It must endeavour to work in a cooperative manner with other Friendship Centres to solve problems of mutual concern;

  9. It must endeavour to work in a cooperative manner with other groups and organizations,
    be they Aboriginal or non-Aboriginal, in order to develop a humane society of equal
    opportunity for all peoples and respect for all living things; and,

  10. Its members must honour and respect the commitments of the Friendship Centre to the Association.

PFC Constitution           PAHI Constitution

Portage Aboriginal Housing Incorporated
Board Members
2015-2016

Ed Bernard; President

Raymond Lavallee; Vice-President

Chris Henderson; Secretary

Kevin way; Treasurer
           

Vacant; Board Member

Vacant; Tenant Representative

Vacant; Board Member

 

Portage Friendship Centre Incorporation
Board Members
2015-2016

Jacqueline Stasiuk; President
1
YEAR TERM -

Linda Ducharme; Vice-President
1
YEAR TERM -

Lisa Myran; Treasurer
1 YEAR TERM -

Hazel Desjardin; Secretary
1 YEAR TERM

Vacant; Board Member