Henvey Inlet First Nation

Wind Farm Project Gets FIT Contract

Henvey Inlet First Nation (HIFN) is pleased to announce that its power corporation, has been awarded a Feed-In Tariff (FIT) contract from the province.

The Ontario Power Authority (OPA) has approved 40 new large scale renewable energy projects, including solar, wind and water, representing more than 872 megawatts (MW). HIFN’s Nigig Power Corporation will produce 300 MW through its wind farm project.

Henvey Inlet First Nation - Notice of Intent

To Establish a Wind Farm on the North Side of Henvey Inlet #2,

To Obtain a Permit Under Section 28(2) of the Indian Act

Chief and Council normally enter into Permits with individuals or companies for the purpose of forest management, gravel and pit operations, to set up a public utility, to allow the passage of transmission lines or to erect towers on any Reserve property.

Ontario Energy Board Notice

Henvey Inlet Wind LP is asking the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) for permission to construct approximately 103 kilometres of 230 kilovolt electricity overhead transmission line and associated facilities. The transmission line would connect the company’s Henvey Inlet Wind Energy Centre to the provincial power grid.

Usable Life of Turbines

How long do wind turbines last?

A wind turbine typically lasts around 20-25 years. During this time maintenance is required of course.

Henvey Inlet Wind & Transmission Line

Henvey Inlet Wind (HIW)– Construction Update - Construction Summary #1 - August to November 2017

For this reporting period (Aug-Oct) CER had employed 28 First Nations employees out of a total workforce on site of 93 Employees, this represents 30% of the overall workforce for CER.

Important Public Notice: Leave to construct

Henvey Inlet Wind LP (HIW) has submitted an application to construct the Henvey Inlet Wind Transmission Line. As part of the conditions to apply, HIW is required to post the notice and application on the Henvey Inlet First Nation website. Please see links below:

News

2019 TREATY PAYMENT

Please be advised that the cash distribution of the TREATY PAYMENTS for HENVEY INLET FIRST NATION will be held at the HEALTH CENTRE on Tuesday, April 30th, 2019 between the hours of 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm.

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Statement of the Votes

231 Henvey Inlet First March 21, 2019

To be completed by the Electoral Officer after the counting of the votes. The numbers on the Statement of the Votes submitted by Deputy Electoral Officers from other polling stations must be included in the numbers provided on this report. Ensure that the form is signed and witnessed.

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HIFN Candidate List 2019

Notice to Electorate Nominees on Ballot - Revised

For the Henvey Inlet First Nation Election to be held on March 21st, 2019, the following names will appear on the ballot for Chief:

  • HERBERT, NEIL J.
  • MCQUABBIE, M. WAYNE
  • SOLOMON DUBOIS, GENEVIEVE
  • SOLOMON-MCKENZIE, DOREEN

For the Henvey Inlet First Nation Election to be held on March 21st, 2019, the following names will appear on the ballot for Councillor:

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Job Postings

Trailer Park Manager

Henvey Inlet First Nation is seeking a Trailer Park Manager to join our Administration for a short-term seasonal contract from May 2019 to October 2019.

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Trailer Park Assistant

Henvey Inlet First Nation is seeking a Trailer Park Assistant to join our Administration for a short-term seasonal contract from May 2019 to October 2019.

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AECOM - Employment Opportunities

The following positions are currently available through AECOM, Environmental Monitor I, Environmental Monitor II and Terrestrial Ecologist. 

To review the complete description and apply, please CLICK HERE and follow the links, or follow the links below for more information.

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Health News

Notice for Off-Reserve Members re: medical transportation

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CLICK HERE to read this notice.

Non-Insured health benefits – CHANGES

NIHB Medical Transportation to access Interval/Safe Houses

Section 12.1 of the NIHB Medical Transportation Policy Framework has been amended to remove the exclusion of transportation to “interval/safe houses” under the MT benefit.

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Resulting from this amendment, medical transportation benefits may now be approved for clients to access to interval/safe houses as ‘medically required health services’.

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Medical Van Schedule

Please be advised of the burgundy van schedule, also please contact the Health Centre in advance, preferably 2 days before if you have to cancel an appointment.  

Schedule is as follows:

  • Monday - Sudbury

  • Tuesday - Parry Sound

  • Wednesday - Britt

  • Thursday - Sudbury

  • Friday - Emergencies Only