Please visit the Housing section of our website to view the latest Housing Update, including Lot Development Update, Policy Update, Understanding Certificates of Occupation & Possession, Drinking Water and Waste Water Systems. . You will also find a questionnaire regarding Lot Allocation Procedures. Lac des MIlle Lacs First Nation is seeking input from membership on how to best allocate our Residential Lots in a manner that is both fair and transparent. The information collected from this questionnaire will be used to develop a template, for all current and future lot allocations. Please take ...
: Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation (LDMLFN) is pleased to announce that Live Free Live Righteous, a non-proï¬t, community- centred concert, will be returning to Thunder Bay!
COMMUNIQUÉ To: Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation Band Members From: Chief and Council Date: Friday June 3, 2016 Members of Chief and Council and the Flood Claim Negotiations Team have been working diligently towards the completion of our Flood Claim Settlement. Since our previous Spring 2016 update, we have had several productive meetings with officials from both the Provincial and Federal governments. At a significant meeting in Toronto, Ontario held in May 2016, all parties were able to arrive at a comprehensive draft version of the Settlement and Easement Agreements. While there are still some outstanding modifications to the legal wording (verbiage) ...
A General Membership Meeting will be held at the following date and location: Date: Friday June 17, 2016 ...
The annual spring feasting of our traditional ancestral lands was held at the Community Round House on Friday, May 27, 2016, under the guidance of Elder Gilbert Smith. Our Elders Council members were in attendance, and we thank them for making the arrangements for this ceremony to be done. Due to the sudden hot weather the week prior, it was decided to have the ceremony performed as soon as possible while the buds were just starting to grow. In addition to the feasting of the lands, a ceremony was held to honour the life of a young Eagle that was discovered prior to last year’s fall feasting. During a ...
ARE YOU AN INDIAN CHILD TAKEN FROM YOUR HOME ON A RESERVE IN ONTARIO BETWEEN DECEMBER 1, 1965 AND DECEMBER 31, 1984, PLACED IN THE CARE OF NON-ABORIGINAL FOSTER OR ADOPTIVE PARENTS AND NOT RAISED IN ACCORDANCE WITH YOUR ABORIGINAL CUSTOMS, TRADITIONS AND PRACTICES?
We are very excited to announce that our member Nathan Adler is in the process of having his Urban/Horror novel published this summer by Kegedonce Press, a Native owned & operated company based out of Neyaashiinigmiing Cape Croker. Wrist:An Indigenous monster story by Nathan Niigan Noodin Adler. “Church watched the blood drip down the wall like droplets of rain sliding down a window pane. He didn't have time to watch the new paint dry though, he needed to go... He was always restraining himself, restraining himself from temptation. This battle was nothing new. Just another day in the life ...
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