The Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry and the Ontario Fur Managers Federation will be holding a Fur Harvest, Fur Management and Conservation Course. The course consists of 40 hours held on weekends over a two-week period. The Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation will cover the costs associated with this course for interested band or community members. Course dates: November 17th, 18th, 19th, 24th, 25th & 26th, 2017. Location: Oliver Rd Community Centre Note: ...
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Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation was successful in obtaining funding for 3 students through the 2017 Canada Summer Jobs Program. Please find information on the three student summer positions by clicking the links below. Cultural Assistant (Youth Intern Position 8 Weeks - 30 hrs/wk) Facilities Operation Worker (Youth Intern Position 8 Weeks - 30 hrs/wk) Media & Content Creation Specialist (Youth Intern Position 8 Weeks - 30 hrs/wk)
To: Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation Membership From: Chief and Council Date: May 24, 2017 THUNDER BAY, ON—Your Chief and Council are overjoyed to be able to say that the long wait for signatures is over! The Settlement Agreement has now been signed off by all Ministers. We would like to say Chi Miigwetch to all involved for their assistance and co-operation in making this a priority for our First Nation. We acknowledge the many, many hours of work and tireless dedication that it took to overcome the challenges that we have had to face in bringing this claim to closure. This week, we have been focusing on working with the bank in securing and finalizing ...
It’s that time of year again and soon our youth will be done with their studies and off for the summer! LDMLFN would like to take this opportunity to say “well done” to our children and youth! Please find information regarding two separate Education Awards that are available through our First Nation and Bimose Tribal Council which recognize the achievements of our Elementary and Secondary students. LDMLFN – Casino Rama Elementary and Secondary Graduation Awards: The Casino Rama graduation awards are given to LDMLFN band and community members that successfully complete Grade 8 and 12. Grade 8 students are ...
The First Nation has prepared this document which contains some recently asked questions by its members and the corresponding answers to those questions. Question: Will the flood claim settlement monies have any effect on individuals who currently collect (ODSP) - Ontario Disability Services Program or (OW) - Ontario Works? Answer: We have researched this and feel that these monies are not considered income and should not be clawed back. We also believe that the initial settlement monies should be deemed non-taxable. However, it is our understanding that any interest that is earned on these initial monies will be considered income for the purposes of ODSP and ...
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