Effective April 2, 2020 – the community will remain at Level 1.
What does this mean?
- Check Point Operators will increase screening at the Reserve Line. We ask everyone to please respect the Operators as they are there to ensure that preventative measures are taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. ANY DISRESPECT OR VERBAL ABUSE WILL NOT BE TOLERATED.
- Niisaachewan Anishinaabe Nation reserves the right to refuse entry into our First Nation. This does not impact essential services & residents/members of the First Nation.
- Children 17 and Under are to remain in the community EFFECTIVE APRIL 3, 2020 at 10 p.m. We will be monitoring closely at the Checkpoint.
- If you are not a member of the Niisaachewan Anishinaabe Nation you will be turned away at our Check Point, please note that this can change at anytime.
- Stay home and limit your time outside the community. Practice social distancing. If you are required to self-isolate you must complete your fourteen (14) isolation period, this includes those in your household. Failure to do so may result in notifying the authorities.
- ROAD WILL BE CLOSED AT 11 p.m to 6 a.m. every night, no incoming or outgoing traffic, (essential services only at this time).
Chief & Council
- Ontario Provincial Police – 1.800.310.1122
- Treaty Three Police – 807.548.5474
- Kenora Ambulance – 807.468.3311
- Telehealth Ontario – 1.866.797.0000
- Abinooji Family Services (on-call) – 807.468.6224