NCN Becomes First Manitoba First Nation to Adopt its Own Constitution
Approving our Othasowewin (Constitution) is a crucial step in the Kwayaskonikiwin (Reconciliation) journey of our Nation. It will provide the foundation for us to develop laws about economic development, education, social and cultural development and will provide the basis for us to enter into self-government negotiations ...
Laws and Governance
Creating Independence and Self-Determination
Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation is developing governance and laws to strengthen its independence and the ability for its people to determine their future in a way that is based in Cree culture and traditions.
Aski Pumenikewin (Land Code)
Why the Land Code is Important?
The Land Code will allow NCN to shift away from the Indian Act and Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) paternalism of our NCN Reserve Lands. It will also Strengthen Land Governance by establishing legal and administrative frameworks to allow us to start managing our Lands ourselves. This will also speed up economic development processes and other development on NCN Lands.
Strategic Plan for NCN
Guiding Our Path to a Brighter Future
The Strategic Plan Summary draws its information from many
documents and sources, including the revised NCN Kihche’othasowewin (Constitution), Multi-Year Planning
Survey, First Nation Infrastructure Investment Plan, Community
Surveys, Wuskwatim PDA, PDA Supplement 2, Strategic Planning
Overview and community meetings.
Nisichawayasihk & Taskinigahp Trust Office Information
Find out more about the CAP/CIP Program Funding and all other programs the Trust Office is involved with.
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Support National Addictions Awareness Week NOV. 29-DEC.5, 2020 NCN Chief and Council, along with NADAP during Nisichawayasihk Addiction Awareness Week are challenging NCN Citizens to show their support for those living with addictions. Give up [...]