At the very beginning, Mrs. Annie Moore welcomed the locals in her home because they had nowhere to go. In order to meet the growing and urgent housing needs of aboriginal people in transit, Ms. Moore opened a center in 1978 in a two-story house in a residential area. The center provides services to a nomadic population of Cree, Algonquin, Atikamek and Métis. In 1985, the center built a building located on the main street. Over the years, the center has offered a variety of programs and services for Aboriginal people living in urban areas.
Improve the quality of life of indigenous people in urban areas and promote their rights and interests.
Foster the maintenance of Aboriginal culture and values.
Build bridges between peoples in order to improve relations between natives and non-natives.