June 19, 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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June 19, 2015 - The Court has set August 10, 2015 for the hearing of the motion for the mandatory interim injunction. No date has yet been set for the school board elections or the nominations for school board. READ MORE
June, 2014 – Applications for the use of Nisichawayasihk Trust and Taskinigahp Trust monies for the year 2016 fiscal year are now being accepted. Application forms are now available on the NCN Trust Office's website @ www.trustoffice.ca and from Lorraine Parisien at the Trust Office. Application submission will be accepted up until 2:00 p.m. on September 11, 2015.
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:
March 06, 2015 - Although we are opposed to the Federal legislation, NCN has been forced to submit a consolidated audit so that our funding will be reinstated. Relying upon the Access to Information Act we have "redacted" (removed) certain information related to NCN Construction LP and another business we own. Chief and Council hopes the federal government will act fairly and reasonably so NCN will not have to seek an injunction from the Court to protect its proprietary information. Remuneration Schedule and Chief and Council Expenses have also been reported. Read more
To view the NCN March 2014 Consolidated Financials click here
To view the NCN 2014 Remuneration Schedule and Expenses Chief and Council click here
As part of the Housing Authority's and Public WorksDepartment's ongoing six-to
ten-week review and audit of household water leaks (started Feb.17), high amounts of grease have been reported in drains and sewer pipes.
NCN Residents are reminded: putting bacon grease; animal fat, or automotive grease down drains can severely clog sewage lines.
This can also cause toilet and sewer line blocks that prevent proper flushing resulting in foul sewage back-up into resident's house and crawl space. Fat, oil and grease should be properly disposed of in the trash and not poured down drains or toilets. The Authority asks for the cooperation of homeowners while the two auditors visit houses to perform the necessary water review – to improve water services in the community.
Contact Carson McDonald, Housing Maintenance Coordinator if you have concerns with drains or leaks: 204-484-2395
It's important and easy for NCN parents or guardians to take the time to register their child with the NCN registry. When children are not registered, it affects their non-insured health benefits coverage like prescribed medication, dental work, glasses, ambulance service and coverage for medical appointments to Thompson or Winnipeg. Your child depends on you!
Register them today with Melissa Moore, Membership Clerk at the NCN Government Office: 204-484-2332
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.