Read the February 2017 issue of Achimowina – NCN’s community, government, business, arts and events news.

Featured Story

Chief and Council Holds Meetah Building Supplies Accountable

At the January NCN Council meeting, when Chief and Council asked the simple question: Why do profits from Meetah seem to be slower this year? The answer reported from one of NCN’s most successful businesses, Meetah Building Supplies Inc. was clear. “Meetah is busier than ever with community development projects and moneys-owed are still coming in,“ said Gert Wilzer, Meetah Building Supplies Manager.

This means that the financial reports show – even though business was steady last year and increased in early 2017 – the balance of revenue will not be fully in the NCN coffers until Meetah is paid what is owed for outstanding work.

“It is common for almost any business, especially in contracting and construction to have periods where our expenses are up and payments do not come in fully – until projects are completed. Simply put, we have a lot of work going on right now and are trying to collect on receivables,” explained Wilzer. Read the Newsletter for the complete story.

Recap of NCN General Assembly


  • A Grand Opening! NCN Celebrates Three Rivers Store
  • NCN Singer Songwriter Justin Hart Places at Talent Competition
  • BINGO Heats Things Up…By Providing Warm Outerwear for NCN Kids
  • New NCN Chief Executive Officer Hired – Kathleen Mckay-Bluesky
  • Brielle Beardy-Linklater Heads to Ottawa to Represent Women in Politics
  • Tips for Helping Your Child to be Successful in School
  • Resource Management Board Seeks Input for Land Use Plan
  • Beauty Within Gala Honours Women
  • Foster and Bring an NCN Child Into Your Home
  • 2017 CAP/CIP Allocations Announced
  • Courageous Act Stops Rape Crime
  • NCN Land Code Update: Environmental Site Assessment Phase 1 Identifies Areas of Concern
  • Comparing NCN Land Code to Indian Act
  • Ice Fishing Derby Winners

Read the February 2017 Achimowina Newsletter