Project Description

Circle for Aboriginal Relations (CFAR) Society

Professional Network for Liaisons and Interested Parties (Indigenous Community Industry Relations).

The Circle for Aboriginal Relations (CFAR) is a registered non-profit, non-partisan Society of professionals from diverse backgrounds who work within Aboriginal relations groups in communities, governments and industries. CFAR was created in 2004 at a workshop attended by forty liaison professionals with significant experience in Aboriginal relations. As a non-profit society, CFAR has been able to remain a front runner in addressing issues faced by Aboriginal relations liaisons through the generous support of our sponsors and members.

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Indigenous Community-Industry Relations (ICIR) Certificate (hours)
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Indigenous Community Engagement Citation (hours)
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Networking and educational -online/in person (per Year)

About Circle for Aboriginal Relations (CFAR) Society

Why Circle for Aboriginal Relations (CFAR) Society?

The circle is a universal symbol of connection, unity, harmony, wholeness, and eternity. In a circle, all parts are equal.

Our vision is focused seven generations into the future, and we learn from our history, seven generations in the past (see far – CFAR)

Recent Projects

  • 2019 Evening Celebration and Networking AGM Event in Calgary– Dec 10 – Walk Our Talk with Judge John Reilly

  • 2019 Breakfast Connections and Film Presentation Event in Calgary – Nov 18 – Treaty Talk, Sharing the River of Life, with Dr. Pat Makokis and guests

  • 2019 Golf Tournament and Networking Lunch – Aug 16 – in Fort McMurray

  • 2019 Annual Conference – Conservation – Jun 13th – in Edmonton

  • 2019 Golf Tournament – Jun 12th – in Edmonton

  • 2019 Breakfast Connection – Mar 21 – in Calgary

Other Members