Read the August 2015 issue of Achimowina – NCN’s community, government, business, arts and events news.
NCN’s Kevin Hart Elected as AFN Manitoba Regional Chief!
On July 23, 2015, Kevin Hart of the Nischawayasihk Cree Nation was elected Assembly of First Nations Manitoba Regional Chief after being nominated by NCN Chief Marcel Moody at the recent AMC Assembly in The Pas. The election took place at the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs 27th Annual General Assembly in Opaskwayak Cree Nation, Manitoba.
Hart won out over five other candidates and will be serving his first term as Regional Chief of Manitoba. He was currently working at Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs.
The newly elected Regional Chief will be a voice for our First Nations women, children and Citizens in Manitoba and advocate for rights and Treaties in Manitoba and at the national level. He will work to advance First Nation priorities in his region and across the country. He also hopes to get more First Nations voters out in the next federal and provincial elections to let governments know that First Nations matter and he will work to help the families of missing and murdered Indigenous women. Read the Newsletter for the complete story.
OKIMAHKAN OTY’AMIWIN FROM THE CHIEF
Update on Community News and Events
KITITAHWINAOW ACHIMOWIN COMMUNITY
- NCN Men Save Individual From House Fire
- NCN Bids Farewell to RCMP Corporal Kenneth H. Pinsent: New NCN Officer Sheldon Moore Welcomed
- NCN Search and Rescue Team Explores Options for Using Flying Computer Drone
- William Elvis Thomas Runs for MKO Grand Chief
- Housing Authority Recommends Tips for Better Air Quality in Your Home
- Bug Off! Bed Bugs
- Outages Can Happen Without Notice. Are you ready?
- NCN RCMP Cadets Head to Regina
- Traditional Cree Recipes: Saskatoon Berry Bannock
- Back to School – Getting Children Ready
- Stop Cyberbullying – Protect and Respect Yourself and Others
- Team Manitoba’s Faith McDonald Competes in Ottawa Ball Hockey Tourney
- Voice of Our Youth: The Importance of the Oral Tradition/Story Telling – Lucas Tays
- Voice of Our Youth: Hockey – Quade Hart