He is also the Language and Culture Consultant for Musqueam First Nation, and the Resident Elder for the First Nations House of Learning at UBC.
What does FNHL stand for?
FNHL stands for First Nations House of Learning (Canada)
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- Family Nursing and Home Care (Jersey, Channel Islands)
- Frances Nelson Health Center (Illinois)
- Fédération Nationale Habitat et Développement Rural (French: National Federation of Housing and Rural Development)
- Food Nutrition and Health Education Methods (course; Ahfad University for Women; Omdurman, Sudan)
- First Nations House of Healing (Inter Tribal Health Authority; Canada)
- Far North Holdings Ltd. (New Zealand)
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- Friends of the North Hollywood Library (California)
- First National Home Mortgage
- Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals
- Frederick National Heritage Program (surname)
- Fédération Nationale de l'Hôtellerie de Plein Air (French: National Federation of Outdoor Hotels)
- Focal Nodular Hyperplasia
- Fairbanks Neighborhood Housing Services (Fairbanks, AK)
- French National Honor Society
- Fresh Normal Human Serum
Samples in periodicals archive:
Verna Kirkness, who compiled Baker's autobiography, was the founding director of the First Nations House of Learning, which is built in the traditional style of a longhouse.
By Audrey Huntley Special to Windspeaker VANCOUVER The Aboriginal Women's Action Network (AWAN) held a training workshop on participatory research at University of British Columbia's First Nations House of Learning recently.