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Planned Internet Maintenance Alert – May 14, 2021

May 12. 2021

On-reserve members are asked to take note that Internet outages will result from planned maintenance work by NetSpectrum on Friday, May 14, 2021.

Wahnapitae First Nation Election Update – May 2021

May 10. 2021

Following the nomination meeting held on May 8, 2021, there will be an election on June 19, 2021.

Understanding the Grey / Lockdown Zone Regulations

As Public Health Sudbury & Districts has been moved into the Grey / Lockdown Zone on March 12, 2021, members of Wahnapitae First Nation residing in the area are subject to a number of new restrictions.

To help make sense of what that means, Wahnapitae First Nation has put together a resource page clearly listing the rules around travel, general / sector-specific restrictions as required by the province, and testing measures in place at Wahnapitae First Nation.

You can view that page here.

Hydro One reminds you to prepare for significant weather

Hydro One is reminding everyone to be prepared in case of power outages due to weather: click through to learn how to report outages, see if there any in your area, or sign up to receive text and email alerts.

Also available are tips for staying safe before, during, and after a storm, and information on how to report downed power lines.

COVID-19 Education Hub Notice:

UPDATE: As the Public Health Sudbury & Districts has been moved to the Grey / Lockdown Zone as of March 12, 2021, the Education Hubs are closed until further notice.

Are you are a parent with children attending one of the Wahnapitae First Nation Education Hubs? Screen your child every morning prior to their attending the Education Hub, and fill the questionnaire: CLICK HERE

If you’d like to consent to allow the Kinoomaadziwin Education Body (KEB) to collect student data to help improve programs and supports, CLICK HERE

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About the Community
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Our Mission

Wahnapitae First Nation is a vibrant growing, prosperous and proud community who’s belief is based on the principle that this land is borrowed from future generations. Wahnapitae First Nation will protect the land, water, air, and environment while ensuring a self-sustaining community that will continue to prosper in all sectors of traditional, social, economic, and cultural opportunities by providing spiritual, physical, and emotional support to its members through increased participation and commitment.