Welcome to the website of the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation. This website is a platform for our local governance to communicate with the Band membership, and a resource portal for issues of the Saugeen Ojibway, including joint resource management, fisheries and land claims.
In this challenging period, Chief, Council and Band governance understand how important it is for us to keep the community informed about the pandemic and our efforts to keep the community safe. We will post news, updates and instructions here as frequently as necessary. Please check back often.
Elephant Thoughts is offering a culinary internship, working alongside noted Chef Zach Keeshig. Learn to plan and prepare signature meals, as a first step towards a career in food arts. See the Employment Page for more details.
To assist members off-reserve, the Council is working with the HelloFresh Canada meal delivery service. HelloFresh packages meal ingredients and recipes into one convenient box and delivers them directly to the home. Under the Nawash HelloFresh Program, which will operate until June 18, off-reserve member households in Canada can select 4 recipes from HelloFresh, for […]
We’re a little late getting this one up this week, but Chief Nadjiwon addressed the community by video, from the Council Chamber.
As of this posting, the results for all COVID-19 tests administered in Neyaashiinigmiing have come back NEGATIVE. The testing clinic is not being rescheduled at this time, but the Nawash Health Centre will arrange for testing at home, by request. Please contact Springdawn Keeshig, Community Health Nurse, at 519-534-0373 to book a home test. Home […]
Interested in making moccasins? The Community Health Nurse is partnering with Brittany Jones to bring you a step by step online forum. All materials and supplies will be provided. Please sign up with the CHN by June 12, 2020 to receive your materials. Participants must have WiFi and access to a computer for the duration […]
Warmer weather is (finally) starting to descend on us. With the higher temperatures we understand some residents will be heading for the water. Please remember that access to Neyaashiinigmiing remains restricted to residents of the community. This restriction, put in place to protect the community during the COVID-19 pandemic, includes all waterfront in Neyaashiinigmiing. Non-residents […]