Employment Opportunity – Housing Manager

The Housing Department is seeking a qualified Housing Manager for our Housing Program. The successful candidate will be responsible for the efficient management of the band Housing Program in accordance with the CNUFN Housing policy and procedures.

See the Employment Opportunities page for more information about this and other exciting roles with the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation.

Every Child Matters Campaign Plans Awareness Lunch

Orange T-Shirt Day is Wednesday, September 30, celebrating and supporting survivors of residential school.

To mark the day, the Nawash Family Well-Being Program is sponsoring a “Stop and Grab” take-out lunch at the Maadookii Fire Keepers Lodge.

Soup and Scone will be served between 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM, or until supplies run out.

The organizers are requesting a modest $5.00, but your lunch is free if you are wearing an orange t-shirt!

Please maintain safe physical distance from other patrons and wear a face mask.

Questions can be directed to the Nawash Family Well-Being Program, at 519-534-4445.

Maadookii Closed to the Public

For the added safety of our Maadookii residents during the pandemic, the building will be closed to the public until further notice. Access to the Maadookii will be restricted to residents, staff, and caregivers only.

The COVID-19 virus is particularly dangerous to the elderly and those with pre-existing health conditions. Please respect the health and safety of our cherished Maadookii residents and do not enter the building at any time without the express approval of the Maadookii supervisor.