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At the end of August, people of all ages came together to celebrate great music in support of ongoing community initiatives happening in the District of Thunder Bay that promote positive lifestyles and respectful relationships. Proudly hosted by our community of Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation, the Live Free Live Righteous concert coordinated the musical talents of 6 electronic musical acts headlined by the Indigenous Juno-award winning group A Tribe Called Red. Despite the chilly temperatures, entire families came out to Fort William Historical Park to listen to amazing music while making a personal commitment to living a life that reflects positive ...
Band Members that are in need of a new Certificate on Indian Status Card (CIS) can now visit our Band Office on Mountain Road. Having recently completed all required training, receptionist Honey Chicago earned the title of "Indian Registration Administrator" (IRA). Status Cards will be issued in Wednesdays (1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.) by scheduled appointment only. Please note that at this time, LDMLFN is only issuing cards to Band Members registered with the First Nation. Individuals wishing to access this service must follow these steps: 1) Contact Honey Chicago at the Band Office to schedule an appointment. Please ...
NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE LIVE FREE LIVE RIGHTEOUS CONCERT A HUGE SUCCESS THUNDER BAY, ON: Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (LDMLFN) Chief Whitecloud (Judy Maunula) and Council are pleased to announce the success of the Live Free Live Righteous Concert, a free community-centred event, which took place yesterday at Fort William Historical Park. “It was absolutely incredible to see so many people of all ages and backgrounds come out to support this event, and what it stood for, and the amazing musicians who made it ...
Treaty Payments will be happening on August 25th, thru August 27th, at the Fort William First Nation Community Centre. Please see poster below.
Children's Summer Activities - Aerosports Trampoline Park 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. On Thursday, August 20, 2015 Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation will be treating the children of the Community to a fun-filled afternoon of jumping, flipping and a whole lot of excercise at the Aerosports Trampoline Park in Thunder Bay, ON. If you are interested in attending this event, please contact: Curtis Primeau (807)622-9835 Ext 231 ...
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 demand for the ...
Tomorrow's event at Chippewa Park has been postponed until Wednesday, August 26 due to the unfavourable weather forecast. Please call Marcia Pedri or Curtis Primeau at the administration office for more details. (807) 622-9835
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