FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions – FHNAS
As an Alberta registered non-profit society, Friends of Historical Northern Alberta Society operates with the mission statement of: To Preserve and Promote the History of Northern Alberta.
FHNAS was established through the suggestion of stakeholders involved in preserving and promoting the history of northern Alberta. The primary goal was to create a website and app that would show our smaller, less known, places of history to promote visitation and engagement in the diverse history of the area.
It was also suggested that FHNAS be a central society, in which other historical groups could share information, cross promote, and be a go to place when there was a need or service that could be supported by other groups. In essence to be the central hub where the spokes of the wheel could connect.
While History Check is not yet launched, our networking and gathering supporters to for our mandates has been overwhelmingly successful and we will continue our efforts to get History Check live to reach the mutual goals of our society and those of participating organizations, individuals, municipalities, First Nations and Metis Settlements.
The Friends of Historical Northern Alberta Society Board is working towards updating their membership offers and fees in time for March 30th, our membership renewal date.
Your patience is appreciated as we are working in membership benefits that were not possible in the early stages of the Society. We also must answer the question of time availability of providing any member services and benefits, particularly in the first half of 2017 as we devote our time to launching History Check.
As soon as our updated membership fees and benefits are available we will post them here. If you would like to join the email list for these updates please send your requests to Sheila Willis at