On behalf of the Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation Citizens, Chief and Council, we are pleased to cordially invite you to join us at the Mystery Lake Property Official Urban Reserve Community Celebration.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 1:00 p.m.
Mystery Lake Motor Hotel, 58 Cree Road, Thompson, MB
The celebration will include a presentation ceremony followed by entertainment and a feast.
Join us in marking this historic occasion and together we will celebrate this moment. We, the Nisichawayasi Nehetho, within whose traditional territory these lands lie, look forward to building an even brighter socio-economic future with our friends and neighbours in northern Manitoba. We are a progressive Nation that is planning to continue building on the foundation we laid many years ago.
On May 20, 2016 it was officially announced that the Addition to Reserve of 4.21 acres of land at Mystery Lake Hotel Complex was complete. This provided NCN the ability to administer and manage the lands where the hotel is located in Thompson. The Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs set apart the Mystery Lake lands as NCN reserve lands in accordance with the federal government’s Additions to Reserve policies. The land is located within NCN’s traditional territory. It currently consists of the NCN-owned Hotel, Trappers Tavern, and two vacant lots.
Kindly R.S.V.P with your response by September 23, 2016 to Councillor Willie Moore (204) 679-3417, firstname.lastname@example.org or Councillor Bonnie Linklater at (204) 679-569, email@example.com. We look forward to your participation.
If there are any off-reserve NCN Citizens residing in Winnipeg that are interested in attending the official urban reserve celebration on Wednesday, September 28, 2016, please call the NCN Government Office at 204-484-2332 or (toll free) 1-888-323-7658 and leave your name and contact information by Monday, September 26, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.
August 2016 – An Open House for NCN Citizens will be held in Nelson House at the United Church on August 9, 1-4 PM and small group session meetings will be held August 10, 9 AM to noon; 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM; and 5-8 PM. The purpose of the meetings is so Manitoba can provide additional information about its licensing process and to review the comments received from NCN Council and Citizens previously to determine if there are any other issues to be added to those already documented. All NCN Citizens are encouraged to attend. Your input is needed.
For more information:
Download/view the NCN Special Update NEWSLETTER – Manitoba Crown / NCN Consultation on Application by Manitoba Hydro for Final Water Power Act Licence for CRD Project
Click here for more details and to register your spot!
June 2016 – Chief and Council held a meeting for NCN Citizens at the Gilbert McDonald Arena to discus budget plans, housing development, infrastructure, the new NCN store; urban reserve, personal care home funds, suicide intervention and economic development opportunities. For those members not in attendance, the presentation information is available here:
Councillor Bonnie Presentation
Councilor Willie Moore Report
June 2016 – See an excellent video presented by NCN Parks and Recreation Department at the NCN General Assembly. This showcases many great events that NCN has hosted. NCN is proud of the participants in sports, events and entertainment activities. Get Fit! Have Fun! Play Always!
Watch the video
March 2016 – A presentation held at the recent International Women’s Day in Nelson House, featured a moving picture slideshow of the many great women, Elders and girls that have been a part of the Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation. Thanks to Councillor Shirley Linklater for preparing the slideshow and the Okawemateh Sakihewewin Circle (English- Women of Heart) for organizing the event.
Watch the video
February 8, 2016 - in accordance with the First Nations Financial Transparency Act
Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation Schedule of Remuneration and Expenses Chief and Councillors
Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation Consolidated Financial Statements
November 26, 2015 - The NCN Electoral Officer has officially announced the Nisichawayasi Nehetho Culture and Education Authority (NNCEA) (formerly known as the Nisichawayasihk Education Authority) Board of Trustees for 2015 - 2018 Term of Office. The election resultsfor vote results and summary of ballots cast are below:
2015 Board of Trustees Vote Summary
2015 Board of Trustees Election Statement of Votes Cast
October, 2015 - From May 5, 2015 to July 15, 2015, a compliance review team from Indian Affairs came to Nelson House to review the Social Assistance program. As a result, to ensure recipients of social assistance receive ongoing support they are required to: 1) Receive an interview each year to assess their family situation 2) Provide two pieces of identification to put on file 3) Supply an income tax assessment for each year 4) Give personal bank statements and provide proof of assets.
If you own a business, you will be required to provide additional information. To find out more about the new requirements, click here.
July 23, 2015 - Nominated by NCN Chief Marcel Moody, Kevin Hart of the Nischawayasihk Cree Nation was elected AFN Manitoba Regional Chief yesterday at the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs 27th Annual General Assembly in Opaskwayak Cree Nation, Manitoba. He will be serving his first term as Regional Chief of Manitoba and was currently working at Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs.
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May 2015 - Information materials have been distributed and are now available to NCN Citizens regarding recent updates to important topics in the community. These topics will be discussed in more detail at the Meet and Greet Meetings. The following update newsletters and information materials are also availble online:
Interested in working for NCN or NCN-related organizations? Please view our current job opportunities.
Timing of the Constitution and Hydro-related-agreements review process is under discussion by Chief and Council and may result in a new process schedule. Watch for an update.
Any further changes to the draft Constitution resulting from the Round 2 meet and greets will be communicated before a vote.