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Apr. 4

Ontario Works Covid-19 Benefit and ODSP Covid-19 Benefit now available.       

Mar. 24

          Boozhoo Family/Members We are sending out this letter to provide an update regarding the seriousness of the current situation we are all facing with the COVID-19 Pandemic. It has only been a little over a week since we sent out our last correspondence, and at that time the government’s position was that the risk in Canada was considered low. A week later, we find that we are at a critical point and the virus is steadily spreading across Canada. The safety of our community and our families is our number one priority. We are confident that our families are aware of the stringent safety precautions and measures that have ...

Mar. 13

          Boozhoo Family/Members The safety of our community and our families is our number one priority.  Due to the COVID-19 virus being declared a Global Pandemic by the World Health Organization, we all need to take proper precautions to protect our families and loved ones.  As responsible and respectful peoples, we are required to do our part to assist in minimizing the potential spread of the virus out in the larger community.   We should remember that these are all precautions, and the risk in Canada is still considered very low.  Being informed of what is happening in our communities, Canada, and the ...

Mar. 12

Please click the links below to view documents:   "Indigenous Services Canada - Weekly Bulletin to First Nation in Ontario: March 10, 2020" "Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Fact Sheet"

Mar. 12

                    The Thunder Bay District Health Unit (TBDHU) recommends the following related to travel:    Check your destination (including the US) at for the latest advisories related to COVID-19 and be prepared for rapidly changing recommendations or requirements related to your destination.  The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is advising all travellers returning to Canada from travel abroad (including the US) to monitor their health for fever, cough and difficulty breathing for 14 days. If you develop these symptoms, isolate yourself from others as ...

Mar. 11

  To: Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation Band & Community Members From: Chief and Council Date: March 11, 2020   Boozhoo Families & Members! Another busy and exciting year for the First Nation has come and gone and we are already in the third month of 2020! We enjoyed a relatively milder winter in this part of the country and are looking forward to warmer days ahead. Your Chief and Council continue to faithfully serve the people and would like to take this opportunity to update our membership on progress made within the First Nation this past winter. On Saturday December 7, 2019, our children and families enjoyed our annual “Afternoon ...

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