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Mushkegowuk Council
Our website will be your news to everything we do – all forms of reports, news releases, and updates to all that is happening in our Nation.

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Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
AANDC is one of 34 federal government departments responsible for meeting the Government of Canada’s obligations and commitments to First Nations, Inuit and Métis, and for fulfilling the federal government’s constitutional responsibilities in the North.

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Nishnawbe Aski Nation
(known as Grand Council Treaty No. 9 until 1983) was established in 1973. It represents the legitimate, socioeconomic, and political aspirations of its First Nation members of Northern Ontario to all levels of government in order to allow local self-determination while establishing spiritual, cultural, social, and economic independence.

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Non-Insured Health Benefits for First Nations and Inuit
Provinces and territories are responsible for delivering health care services, guided by the provisions of the Canada Health Act. Health care services include insured hospital care and primary health care, such as physicians and other health professional services.

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Wahkohtowin Development GP Inc was established after 10 years of Developmental work by the Northeast Superior Regional Chiefs Forum and its supporting materials.
Incorporated late April in 2016 utilizing MNRF Resource Revenue Share pilot funds, the corporation has focused on maintaining service delivery on projects of the NSRCF and operationalizing key business areas in Forest Management Services, holding an equity position in the Hornepayne Sawmill/Cogen, establishing forest harvesting services – initially with trucking and partnering with a Human Resource – Recruitment and Placement Service provider; as a start.
Participation by Aboriginal communities in the Full Benefits Derived from Forest Management Planning and Forest Sector as a principle objective under Ontario’s Forest Policy Framework continues to have gaps in performance and function.
The Shareholder First Nations remain engaged, interested and affected but most of all optimistic that they will take their place as land stewards through its Development Corporation

 

Updated: 2019-06-19 — 8:52 AM