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.
Testing Site Important Details Where: Kikendaasogamig Elementary School When: Tuesdays, May 12-26, 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM Bring: Health Card, if available In partnership with Grey Bruce Public Health, an on-site testing centre will be set up at Kikendaasogamig Elementary School beginning Tuesday, May 12, and operating every Tuesday for the following two weeks. Nawash […]
We have received reports from the Neyaashiinigmiing Police that unauthorized campers have been found in Cape Croker Park, despite the Park closure. The Council is also concerned about the upcoming long weekend and the possibility that we may see campers attempting to access the Park over the holiday weekend. The COVID-19 pandemic presents ongoing challenges […]
The Chippewas of Nawash is seeking a Human Resources Manager to join the team. The successful candidate will help us build our talent pool, and hone our processes for keeping employees fulfilled and productive in their roles. Visit the Employment page to view the details. Please share widely!
Gowling WLG is holding an online Community Assistance Session on May 5th, at 5:00 PM, to help those making a claim in the Indian Day School Class Action suit. The workshop will go through the Claim Form page by page to explain the process and requirements. The legal team advises that you have a copy […]
With all the other concerns we have these days, you can’t be blamed for forgetting that tick season is upon us again. Tick reports are already coming in, including from some First Nations. George Korzeniecki, Environmental Public Health Officer for Indigenous Services Canada, offers some helpful advice for keeping 2 meters (or more!) from hungry […]