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The State of Emergency in Neyaashiinigmiing has been extended until August 31, 2021. Ontario has entered Step 3 of the Roadmap to Reopen. As of June 14, 2021, Neyaashiinigmiing entered the first phase of our Reopening Plan. Band Offices and Programs are open for limited in-person service. 

Visitor access to Neyaashiinigmiing is now permitted. The pandemic is not over however. All visitors and residents are asked to diligently follow all pandemic protocols, including frequent hand washing, masking, and physical distancing. 

Latest Updates

You’re Invited to an In-Person Land Use Plan Meeting

This meeting will provide members an opportunity to give feedback on issues previously addressed at meetings and workshops as well as options to address them. The meeting will take place on the Maadookii Seniors Centre Grounds. All members are invited to sign up to share their knowledge and feedback. Social distancing and masks required. Refreshments […]

Update on the First Nations Conservation Program

For those who signed up for the First Nations Conservation Program (FNCP), assessments are scheduled to take place the week of Tuesday, August 3rd to Friday, August 6th, 2021. Important things to note: Someone 18 years old or older must be present at home during the assessment and have permission to act on behalf of […]

July 20, 2021 Community Update

We would like to thank the community for being cautious and remaining diligent to keep our community safe. As the province moved into Stage 3 on July 17, 2021 we would like to take this time to remind the community that Grey Bruce has been designated a Delta Variant hot spot. Neyaashiinigmiing members are advised […]

SON & Saugeen Shores Finalizing Land Claim Agreement

Saugeen Shores and the Saugeen Ojibway Nation (SON) are working together to finalize an agreement settling Saugeen Shore’s involvement in SON’s long-standing legal action in relation to parts of the Saugeen (Bruce) Peninsula. Once final, the agreement will settle a claim launched by SON approximately 25 years ago. The claim went to trial in 2019, […]

What You Need to Know About Wild Parsnip

Wild parsnip is an invasive plant species, it is believed that European setters brought it to North America for its edible root. It is also known as poison parsnip and is a member of the carrot/parsley family. Like giant hogweed and other members of the carrot family, wild parsnip produces sap containing chemicals that can […]