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  13629 - 108th Avenue Surrey BC, V3T 2K4 Tel: 604.584.2008 Fax: 604.588.1850

is to support activities that promote the health and economic well being of Aboriginal people and promote the  resurgence of resident Aboriginal culture, language and teachings, particularly those of local residency.                            ...more about us


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Social Enterprise
To sustain and compliment the human services offered here at Kla-how-eya, we've create our unique brand of social enterprise.
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Kla-how-eya has provided a broad base of social programs for the community over the past decade. ...more details

Kla-how-eya Aboriginal Centre…

Support services and initiatives promoting economic prosperity, improving the health and well being of Aboriginal people since 1996.

Tiponi Girls Group is being held at North Surrey Recreation Centre WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 29, 2012 3pm - 6 pm.

Kla-how-eya is seeking a part time Program Manager to develop and implement new programs. Some evening and weekend work required. Email resume and salary expectations to This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Kla How Eya has moved to our temporary location at 13638 Grosvenor Street (formerly known as Building 2). Until further notice, our mailing address is PO BOX 280, 10688 King George Blvd, Surrey BC V3T 4W8.

We would like to thank the NEW RELATIONSHIP TRUST for sponsoring our Circle of Elders program, which allowed our Elders to attend the 35th Annual Elders Gathering in Summer 2011 and share three days with Elders from across BC. 

We are currenly seeking a new Early Childhood Development Program Manager. See the job postings for more info.

Are you an Aboriginal youth 14 -18 with a passion for reading? Volunteer with READING BUDDIES, a practice reading session for grade school children wanting to improve their reading skills. Contact 604-584-2008 for more information. This program is a partnership between Kla-how-eya and the Surrey Public Library.

Congratulations to our graduating Culinary Arts class of August 2011!

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We are very grateful to The Ministry of Child and Family Development and The Variety Club for our new bus! Their generous support is helping Aboriginal children in the Surrey area to have a unique and memorable summer.

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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 29 February 2012 )
Sweat Lodge Ceremonies

Sweat Lodge Ceremonies are open to the comunity. We have separate lodges for men and women.

Dress Code: Women- Skirt or Gown to ankles / Men - shorts

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Youth programming

Ongoing youth programming: 

Tiponi Girls Group meets Wednesday evenings  4 - 7 pm at Kla-how-eya starting January 2012.  Activities include Traditional teachings, song and dancem kick boxing, berry picking, and professional ... Details ...

Kla-how-eya Healing Place / Primary Health Clinic

Providing culturally safe, holistic and accessible quality primary care.

Fraser Health and Kla-how-eya Aboriginal Centre have partnered on the newly opened Kla-how-eya Healing Place to provide holistic care to Aboriginal ... Details ...

New Employment Postings

See our employment section for newly posted positions in our Family and Child Development programs.

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Immunizations Is your child up to date?

Kla-how-eya is offering a chance for your child to catch up on immunization shots!

You will be able to meet with a public health nurse to determine what immunizations your child needs and get ... Details ...
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