Sudbury Forest Management Plan
Come share our ideas and expectation for management of our forest.
When: May 31st
Were: Maan Doosh Gamig
Dinner starts at 5pm - Catered by Hiawatha's Catering
We are in the process of preparing a Forest Management Plan (FMP) for 2020-2030. The FMP is a tool that will guide how forestry operates in the Sudbury Forest. From road desing, types & locations of cuts, social and cultural considerations and regeneration plans.
For more information contacat Stefanie Recollet, Enviromental Coordinator email: email@example.com
Polling Notice 2018
Notice is hereby given to the electors of the Wahnapitae First Nation that a poll will be held to elect a Chief and 4 Councillors on Wahnapitae First Nation on the 16th day of June, 2018, from eight o'clock (8:00) a. m. until eight o'clock (8:00) p.m. at the following location: Center of Excellence Maandooshgamig
The votes will be counted at Wahnapitae First Nation at the Center of Excellence Maandooshgamig, on the 16th day of June 2018.
The results will be declared immediately following the count.
Explore the history and legacy of the Residential School System in Canada at the 100 YEARS OF LOSS exhibition.
WHERE: College Boreal, Sudbury, ON
WHEN: April 4-6, 2018
Visit www.legacyofhope.ca for more informatioifon our educational programs and to order resources.
Visit www.missinghistory.ca to see what students are saying about 100 Years of Loss.
Community Information Session
When: Thursday February 1, 2018
Where: Centre of Excellence - Maan Doosh Gamig
TRUE NORTH STRONG EVENT CENTRE
Dario Zulich is coming to the Community to give a presentation on the New Event Centre on the Kingsway. Chief and Council Would like to invite Staff and Community Members to come out and attend this event.
Chief and Council
Bill C-61 receives Royal Assent
ANISHINABEK NATION HEAD OFFICE, Nipissing First Nation (December 15, 2017)—On behalf of the Anishinabek Nation, Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee would like to extend congratulations to the 23 Participating First Nations and the Kinoomaadziwin Education Body (KEB) on the Royal Assent of Bill C-61, the Anishinabek Nation Education Agreement Act.
Photo by Laura Barrios
“I am elated that Deputy Grand Council Chief Glen Hare, KEB Board members, and technical support staff successfully steered this historic bill through the final stage of Canada’s Legislative process,” said Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee. “For so long, having our own education system was a dream, but today, we take a step forward on our journey to building a better education and realizing a better future for our Anishinabek youth.”