Due to the late spring we have had, we were advised to push back the timing of our Spring Feast. The next available date was June 2nd. The First Nation and Elders Council are pleased to invite you to this ceremony at the traditional Roundhouse on Saturday June 2, commencing at 11:00 am.
28 First Nation communities including LDMLFN along with Indigenous and provincial leaders announced the signing of a series of resource revenue sharing agreements that will see money from mining and forestry operations in northern Ontario flow to First Nations partners in the territories where those activities take place. The agreements, made with First Nations represented by Grand Council Treaty #3, Wabun Tribal Council and Mushkegowuk Council, will see Ontario share 45 per cent of annual revenue from forestry stumpage with the First Nations. It will also share 40 per cent of the annual mining tax and royalties from mines active at the time the agreements were ...
Please click the link below to view the Healing & Wellness Department Newsletter for the month of May. Healing & Wellness Department Newsletter - May
COMMUNIQUE To: LDMLFN Band and Community Members From: LDMLFN Chief and Council Boozhoo to our membership and families! The winter has been a long one and spring has taken it’s time getting here! As of today, reports are that there are still approximately 36 inches of ice on Lac des Mille Lacs. We have certainly experienced a cool and late spring here. Let's hope the weather warms up soon and we will have a long and beautiful summer. We wanted to take this opportunity to update our membership on some of the initiatives that we reported ...
How far can your moccasin’s walk? The Ontario Native Women’s Association’s Aboriginal Diabetes Program is CHALLENGING YOU TO A MOCC WALK! Join this FREE walking challenge intended to increase awareness about diabetes and to promote physical activity among Indigenous people across Ontario. Just record the number of minutes you spent walking, tally your points at the end of the challenge and submit them to ONWA. You earn 1 point for every 10 minutes you walk. The more points you get, the more chances you have to win great prizes! Everyone of all ages is encouraged to participate - women, men, youth, children, elders. Participate as individuals or ...
71% of participants registered for the Tobacco Reduction Challenge were able to quit for the first seven days of March! Congratulations to everyone! If you were unsuccessful in quitting, remember, research shows that it takes a person a realistic 10-30 attempts to successfully quit for good, so keep trying! Its never too late to quit! Below, you will find the names that were drawn for the prizes on March 12, 2018. 1st Name Drawn – $500.00 - Darryl Penassi 2nd Name Drawn - $300.00 – Barb Osadec 3rd Name Drawn – $200.00 - Lana Johnson Consolation prize - $100.00 – Melissa Nevela Funding for this ...
Please visit the "Housing" section of the website to view the finalized documents.
In order to sign up please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
An email will be send to you shortly with your Username and Password.
***All information provided will be held in strict confidence, and used only for proof of identity***
As a member of Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation, I understand and agree that the following conditions shall apply to use of the "Members Only" section on the website www.lacdesmillelacsfirstnation.ca.
1. Any information, recorded or not, received or acquired in connection with the "Members Only" section of www.lacdesmillelacsfirstnation.ca is deemed confidential.
By clicking "Yes", I agree that I will not disclose any confidential information which comes into my possession through the "Members Only" section of the website; www.lacdesmillelacsfirstnation.ca.
Shall I decline to these terms, I will not be granted access to the "Members Only" section of www.lacdesmillelacsfirstnation.ca.
You will only need to agree to these terms the first time logging into the "Members Only" section, as a record will be kept stating your acceptance to this Oath of Confidentiality.
We invite Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation members to share in this website. This is our Code of Conduct for any posting or activity in relation to the Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation's website (www.lacdesmillelacsfirstnation.ca). We have created this website as a place where we can share news about Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation, our activities and events. We want our members to share their views and ideas and to enjoy their experience on this website. We encourage all activity that supports this aim but would like all users to observe the following terms and conditions.
When you post on the Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation Website, you agree that you will NOT publish, post, upload or submit any of the following:
You must not bait/troll members. Bait/Trolling is posting with a clear intent to provoke anger, incendiary posts, and behavior that results in other members violating the principles of the Code of Conduct.
We consider there to be a difference between sharing a legitimate point of view and misusing a page to "bad mouth" or verbally attack another person. LAC DES MILLE LACS FIRST NATION reserves the right to remove any comment, post or material that we deem to be in conflict with the above terms and conditions.
LAC DES MILLE LACS FIRST NATION claims no liability in any way connected to the use of or access to this LAC DES MILLE LACS FIRST NATION website. Violations of the Code of Conduct - We may take action, issue a warning, delete your post(s) etc. if your conduct on LAC DES MILLE LACS FIRST NATION Website is counter-productive to or is not in keeping with the spirit of the Code of Conduct's guidelines in our sole discretion.
We consider anyone participating in the LAC DES MILLE LACS FIRST NATION Website to be implicitly agreeing to abide by the above terms and conditions. Should you have any questions in relation to the LAC DES MILLE LACS FIRST NATION Website, please send us a message or use the "Contact Us" form by clicking here.