Community Information


Shaping our Vision for Moving Forward

Community Open HouseOvernight Accommodations Poster

Lunch & Learn: November 1, 2016 at 12 noon
Evening Information Session: November 1, 2016 at 5:30 pm

Maan Dosh Gamig Centre of Excellence

Have your voice heard by sharing your vision and shaping the future of Overnight Accommodations by completing a brief survey on:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WahnapitaeOvernightAccommodations

Receive a $20 Grocery Gift Card for filling out the survey! 

Respondents will also be entered into a draw for an iPod!

Return completed surveys to Jolene Recollet at the Centre of Excellence to receive your Gift Card.

Respondents who complete survey online will be contacted by WFN to receive Gift Card.


Dibaajimoonwinan, Community Outreach

Reg Canard, Skills Development Officer will be available to meet with individuals from Wahnapitae First Nation

Date: September 27, 2016
Time: 9:30am to 12:00pm
Location: Band Office

CLICK HERE read the all topics covered.


WFN - Education Ratification Information SessionRATIFICATION VOTE Info Session Wahnapitae FN

September 29, 2016

1:00 pm to 2:30 pm - Joint Content of Agreement
2:30 pm to 4:00 pm - Ratification Vote Information Session

Centre of Excellence, 259 Taighwennini Trail Rd. Capreol, ON

RATIFICATION VOTE

Ways to vote:

Mail in Ballot (underway), at the Information Sessions
Off-Reserve: November 28-29, 2016, On-Reserve: November 30, December 2, 2016

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD the meeting notice.


Update: Wahnapitae’s Community Energy Plan

As you may remember Wahnapitae is working to create a Community Energy Plan. Several of your neighbours have contributed their energy (electricity, fuel oil and propane) billing information to Marilyn. This, along with information gathered from Hydro One (electricity provider) is being used to create a community energy baseline. The baseline determines how much energy the community used from 2013 to present. This information will help us to compare the community’s energy use to the energy use in surrounding communities. As we move forward, this information can be used to measure the success of installing energy conservation measures or renewable energy projects by measuring the change in annual energy use.


Ratification of self-government agreement on education

Dear Chief Roque and members of Council:

As you are aware the Anishinbek Nation is on the final stretch to ratification of self-government agreement on education. It was years ago that Grand Council provided a mandate to negotiate and move toward restoration of jurisdiction in matters of education for our children. We have seen our negotiators work hard in the intervening years to provide us with an opportunity to make a difference for generations to come. Now is the time to stand up and declare to all who will listen that this is the right and only way for us to proceed.

In saying this I am asking you to be a champion for this agreement. Wherever the opportunity presents itself I would like you to speak on behalf of this agreement so that all of the Chiefs and Councils of communities that are in the ratification process leave no doubt about where they stand. I am still surprised at the number of our citizens that do not know of our process or how close we are to moving away from the Indian Act where education is concerned...CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING the letter from Grand Council Chief, Patrick Wedaseh Madahbee

CLICK HERE for a list of dates and locations as to when your Community Information Meetings is taking place this fall 2016.