Niisaachewan Library Opens

Niisaachewan Library Opens

According to StatsCan, only 47% of the Niisaachewan community havea high school diploma, compared to 91% of the national populationaged 24-64.This inequality is rooted in the Indian Act, the residentialschool system and the lack of funding for on-reserve schooling....
The Manomin Project Seeks Poetry and Art Submissions

The Manomin Project Seeks Poetry and Art Submissions

The Manomin Project is now seeking poetry and art submissions about manomin (wild rice)! They’re asking creators to submit original pieces that explore human and other-than-human relationships with manomin. In order to be considered, individuals must...
Treaty 3 Youth Innovation Challenge

Treaty 3 Youth Innovation Challenge

The Youth Innovation Challenge is an opportunity for Indigenous youth to win $10,000 towards a project or business that positively impacts their community. The challenge is open to all Indigenous youth in the Kenora and Rainy River Districts under 30yrs old. We are...
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

Grand Council Treaty #3 is hosting a two-day interactive workshop in suicide first aid. Grand Council Treaty #3  invites all community front line workers (eg. health care workers, mental health workers, addiction workers, community wellness worker, etc). Date: October...
Treaty #3 Leadership meet with IJC Commissioners

Treaty #3 Leadership meet with IJC Commissioners

On August 15, 2019 in Treaty 2 Territory, leadership from the Anishinaabe Nation of Treaty #3 and technical support staff met with International Joint Commission (IJC) Commissioners and  staff at Prairie Firehouse in Brandon, MB. The meeting was attended by Canadian...
Community Logo Contest

Community Logo Contest

Our membership recently voted to revert the community name back to its traditional name of “Niisaachewan” which roughly translated means “down river”.  As our name has reverted back, our nation’s logo needs to change along with it. We are...
Community Logo Contest

Community Logo Contest

Our membership recently voted to revert the community name back to its traditional name of “Niisaachewan” which roughly translated means “down river”.  As our name has reverted back, our nation’s logo needs to change along with it. We are...
Community Logo Contest

Community Logo Contest

Our membership recently voted to revert the community name back to its traditional name of “Niisaachewan” which roughly translated means “down river”.  As our name has reverted back, our nation’s logo needs to change along with it. We are...
Community Logo Contest

Community Logo Contest

Our membership recently voted to revert the community name back to its traditional name of “Niisaachewan” which roughly translated means “down river”.  As our name has reverted back, our nation’s logo needs to change along with it. We are...
People helping People Charitable Corp

People helping People Charitable Corp

A great day for Kenora Chiefs Advisory. We feasted and celebrated our documents and relationship with our new Board of Directors for our People helping People – Charitable Corp members Hannita, Steven, Gary, David, Vernon, and Eric! This partnership will bring a...

2019 Post Secondary Funding Deadline Reminder

Our Post-Secondary funding application deadline is fast approaching. All interested applicants have until June 1st 2019 BEFORE 4:30pm. That day is a Saturday and so it’s best to get your application in on the Friday before. Incomplete applications will not be...
Message from the Chief

Message from the Chief

The Fednor announcement by Bob Nault is awesome and great news for our community! I need to acknowledge the long and hard work that has been put into this project over the years, special acknowledgement to my former council members Merv Copenace, Roberta Jameson, and...