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Jul. 20

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is proud to present "Live Free Live Righteous"  "Live Free Live Righteous" is envisioned to be a community event supporting positive social values such as, anti-racism, anti-hate, anti-bullying and gender and sexual equality.  "Live Free Live Righteous" is an event where Thunder Bay and area community members can come together and share and promote these values. It is the goal of "Live Free Live Righteous" to foster positive social growth in our community and promote the positive values of equality, respect and diversity.         *UPDATE* We are starting the show the one hour earlier due to the ...

Jul. 19

Savanne River Resort's 5th Annual Fish Derby On Beautiful Lac des Mille Lacs Saturday August 8, 2015   Tickets are $50.00 each, all ticket holders are eligible for draw prizes. Each ticket holder will have their ticket places in a drum for a draw for the following prizes: 1st- 2015 Dodge Ram 1500 Crew Cab 4x4 (Package Value of $41,395.00)2nd- $300.00 cash3rd- $200 Cash * Please note, The winner of the Grand Prize(2015 Dodge Ram 1500 Crew Cab 4x4) does not need to be in attendance. All derby entrants must register at Savanne River Resort. Sign up will begin at 7am on the morning of the derby Fishing begins at 8am. Fishing is on Lac des Mille Lacs ONLY ...

Jul. 14

NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE THUNDER BAY, ON: Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (LDMLFN) Chief and Council released the outcome of the recent appeal submitted last month—an appeal that challenged the results of the community’s June 2015 election. “We have received the Adjudicator’s report and the appeal has been denied and dismissed,” stated Chief Whitecloud. “In the report, the Adjudicator, who is independent from the First Nation, found no grounds to support any violation of our Election Code or to support claims of fraudulent or corrupt practice related to the election.” Last month, LDMLFN community members ...

Jul. 6

From a child's perspective, Summer Break is about one thing - time off to play!  Six events will be held this summer to help the children of our Community keep busy and entertained throughout their summer holidays.  For more information on these events, please visit our event calendar by clicking here.   

Jul. 5

While travelling home from a Powwow at Couchiching First Nation Jesse Gustafson and Ray Moses, both lost their lives in a tragic car accident.  The Community of Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation would like to send our sincerest condolences to the families and friends of these two young men.    

Jun. 24

NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release THUNDER BAY, ON: Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (LDMLFN) Chief Whitecloud (Judy Maunula) and Council responded to allegations made regarding Band Status Cards in the 2015 election process in a statement released today: “We are committed to the integrity of our election process and take any allegation of misconduct and wrongdoing very seriously. Our election was conducted by an Electoral Officer who is independent of the First Nation. It is the responsibility of the Electoral Officer to carry out election procedures in accordance with our Custom Election Code. Our LDMLFN Band members were aware of the requirement to ...

Jun. 23

 Congratulations to the recipients whom completed the Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation Community Health Assessment as of June 1st, 2015!! Valerie Sawdo Patrick David May For those that haven't entered your response, it’s not too late!! You can still submit your survey via or mail in your paper copy for your chance to win 1 of 2 more $100 gift cards! The LDMLFN Community Health Needs Assessment will be officially closed July 1st, 2015. Miigwetch for your participation!   Sincerely, Stacy McDermid, Band Member         PESCADA/Control ...

Jun. 19

Communiqué To: Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation Band & Community Members From: Chief and Council Date: June 19, 2015 LDMLFN Elects 2015-2018 Chief and Council The Community of Lac des Mille Lacs (Nezaadiikaang) First Nation has elected its Chief and Council for the next three years. Band Members cast their ballots for Chief and five (5) Councillors as per the First Nation’s Custom Election Code. “I would like to say that I am very honored and humbled by the confidence of our People to be re-elected as your Chief,” said Chief Whitecloud (Judy Maunula). “On behalf of my Council, I would also like to express our appreciation to ...

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