Phase 2 - Regional Session Ratification Information
June 14, 2016 - HOLIDAY INN 1696 Regent Street, Sudbury ON Georgian B Room
Reuters · Feb. 24, 2011
OTTAWA— The Canadian province of Ontario, fast becoming a clean energy powerhouse, said on Thursday it has approved 40 new large-scale renewable power projects that will create 7,000 jobs and attract $3-billion in private sector investment.
Motorists will enjoy the freshly hard-topped road and driveways in Pickerel. The project took about five weeks to complete and will see savings on road maintenance, and most likely be easier on people’s vehicles.
Nodin Kitigan Visit
Jennifer Ashawasegai, Communications Coordinator, October 01, 2015
Batchewana First Nationterritory - Members of Henvey Inlet First Nation got a sneak peek of the Nodin Kitigan project a day ahead of its grand opening. The trip took place September 28th, 2015. It was organized due to the curiosity of how wind turbines will look and sound in a landscape similar to HIFN #2.
Chief Wayne McQuabbie says, "the demand for housing is great in our community and now, on and off-reserve members have another option for housing."
Anishinabek News, Aug. 16/13
A food buying club has been started up at the North Bay Indian Friendship Centre. Executive Director Nancy Potvin was instrumental in getting this program running.
News Release - Chiefs of Ontario, Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Chiefs of Ontario highlight third death of First Nation woman in city of Toronto as calls for inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women as dismissed by federal Tories
TORONTO, ON (August 13, 2013) - As calls for a national Inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women are dismissed by the federal Tories in Canada, the list of suspicious deaths of First Nations women in Ontario mounts.
By Jennifer Ashawasegai, Communications Coordinator
Dec. 23/16 - Third party experts by Henvey Inlet First Nation gave the nod to the environmental assessment (EA) conducted by Aecom. However, they did give numerous recommendations, most of which, have been reflected in the presentation on December 15th to community members in Henvey Inlet First Nation.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promises to reset relationship with First Nations, Metis and Inuit
December 08, 2015
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has addressed the Assembly of First Nations in Gatineau, QC today. He promised to renew the relationship with First Nations.
The prime minister said his government would immediately move on the five promises the Liberals made during the recent election campaign:
September 30, 2015, Jennifer Ashawasegai, Communications Coordinator
Henvey Inlet First Nation - The baseball field in the community is getting a facelift – that’s thanks to a Trillium Foundation grant of $60,000.
HIFN had applied for the grant last year, which they were successful in receiving. However, leadership deferred the grant to be spent this year.