Tiny Home Best-Use Survey

The Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation and Saugeen First Nation are partnering with the Huronia Area Aboriginal Management Board (HAAMB) and Aboriginal Labour Force Development Circle to build two Tiny Homes. A Tiny Home is a small-footprint home that maximizes space and energy efficiency while still offering the comfort and service connections of a full-size residence. A Tiny Home can be a cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternative for individuals, couples and small families. Each First Nation will take ownership of one of the Tiny Homes to add to its housing stock.

We’ve prepared a survey for members to tell us how they think our Tiny Home should be used. Visit the Tiny Home Best-Use Survey page to tell us what you think!

Community Feedback Wanted from All Members

There is a lot going on these days as the Council works diligently towards bettering our community in a complicated time. We have two new pieces of draft legislation, and are currently taking feedback on drafting a third:

These are bold initiatives that will help shape our future, and the Council and Administration needs your feedback. Follow the links above to have your say.

We understand that not all members have access to the internet, but we believe everybody’s voice counts. Paper copies of the drafts, as well as feedback forms, are available in the Band Office. You can drop in and pick up copies, or call Band Office reception at 519-534-1689 to have them delivered to your mailbox. Please share this info with all your relations that may not have internet access.