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Labour Market Information and Skills Inventory Survey Pilot Project – On Reserve

  This initiative is an opportunity to discover and harness integral, on-reserve economic information typically available to only municipalities.  Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) has selected a few partners across Canada including the Anishinabek Nation ASETA (Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Agreement) holder and Anishinabek Employment and Training Services (AETS), to participate in the …

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Save the Date! MFN Gathering 2019

Mark your calendars! Michipicoten First Nation is holding the 2019 Gathering from July 29 to August 2, 2019. There will be: Traditional Teachings, Dance Party, Crafts, Medicine Walks, Massages, Cedar Baths, Information Booths, Healing Ceremonies, Drumming, Voyageur Canoe Rides, Big Prize Bingo, Traditional Anishinaabe Names, Colours and Clans. Remember to bring your Feast Bags. No …

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Deadline is Near – Enter Today!

The largest and most recognized art & creative writing competition in Canada for Indigenous youth is now accepting entries in their annual contest, Indigenous Arts & Stories; an art and writing competition for self-identified Indigenous youth ages 6-29 in Canada. This contest aims to provide an opportunity towards cultural revitalization among Indigenous youth, as well as a …

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Chief and Council Inaugural Meeting – Wednesday, April 3

Michipicoten First Nation Citizens and Guests are invited to attend the Chief and Council Inaugural Meeting on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 107 Hiawatha Drive, Michipicoten First Nation Agenda 3:00pm – Drumming and Smudging 3:15pm – Chief and Council Inaugural Meeting, Nick Deleary – Ceremony of Oath. 4:00pm – Meet & Greet/Feast   We Look forward …

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