SP100 Crew Member 5-Day Training Course For Treaty 3 Members Co-hosted by Grand Council Treaty #3 and MNRF Registration Opens June 21, 2017 Tentative Start Date: August 21, 2017 Location: TBA Only 32 Spots!Serious Applicants Only.Must be 18 years or older and physically fit. For More Details and to Register Please Contact: Kristie DuncanResource SpecialistTerritorial Planning UnitGrand Council Treaty #3Phone: 807-548-4214 ext. 219Email: email@example.com
LDMLFN Flood Claim - Frequently Asked Questions and Answers The First Nation has prepared this document which contains some recently asked questions by its members and the corresponding answers to those questions. Question: The LDMLFN members voted in favor of accepting the Settlement Offer. What does that mean? Answer: The First Nation is excited for its membership as the members overwhelmingly demonstrated their support by voting, almost unanimously, to accept the Settlement Offer. This is virtually unprecedented in terms of obtaining such a high percentage of ...
COMMUNIQUE To: Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation Membership From: Chief and Council Date: April 5, 2017 THUNDER BAY, ON— The Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation Chief and Council is very pleased and excited to announce that their Members voted overwhelmingly in favour of accepting the Settlement offer, from Canada and Ontario, for their flood claim on Reserve 22A1. This ...
To: Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation Members From: Chief and Council *Please note: A hard copy of this communique will be mailed out to Band Members along with the confidential attachments it references that cannot be posted on the website. Boozhoo to our members and families! What an exciting time this is for our First Nation as the Referendum Process for our Flood Claim Settlement in now underway. Your Chief and Council have prepared a second FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) for your convenience and to provide answers to their members in a timely fashion. We believe that in order to maintain good communication and to achieve ...
The First Nation has prepared this document which contains some recently asked questions by its members and the corresponding answers to those questions. Question: I received my Referendum Package regarding the Settlement Agreement. What am I actually voting on? Answer: The First Nation has always maintained and communicated to its membership that once the Settlement Agreement had been initialed by the three parties, then the members would be able to vote on whether to accept or not accept the offer for compensation from Canada and Ontario. This is what the ...
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To: Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation Band Members From: Chief and Council Date: February 16, 2017 Your Chief and Council are very pleased to announce that after ongoing and intensified efforts over the past few months, the Settlement Agreement was initialed in Toronto, by all three Negotiators on Friday February 10, 2017. The First Nation is now able to provide its membership the opportunity to go to a Referendum vote regarding its Flooding Claim – I.R. 22A1. “We are delighted to finally be in the position to move towards our community Referendum. After years of dedicated effort and hard work, it is a tremendous achievement to ...
LDMLFN Flood Claim - Frequently Asked Questions and Answers The First Nation has prepared this document which contains some recently asked questions (FAQ) by its members and the corresponding answers to those questions. . Question: Who decides if the Settlement Agreement that is being offered to the Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation is accepted or not? Answer: In order to formally accept the Settlement Agreement, a community referendum must be held. It is the responsibility of all Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (LDMLFN) members to vote on whether or not to accept the ...
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