Read the May 2016 issue of Achimowina – NCN’s community, government, business, arts and events news.
NCN Finally Completes Mystery Lake Additions to Reserve Land in Thompson
It is a reason for rejoicing, after nearly a decade of planning, negotiating and waiting came to fruition early this month. Chief Marcel Moody announced on May 20, 2016 that the Addition to Reserve of 4.21 acres of land at Mystery Lake Hotel Complex is finally complete. This now provides NCN the ability to administer and manage the lands where the hotel is located in Thompson.
The Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, set apart – for the use and benefit of the NCN – the Mystery Lake Parcel of land. The Addition to Reserve will allow for creation of an urban reserve. The land is located off the existing reserve lands, but is within NCN’s traditional territory and Treaty area. It currently consists of the NCN-owned Hotel, Trappers Tavern, and two vacant lots.
NCN continues to work with the city of Thompson through a Municipal Services Agreement to support the conversion of this land into an urban reserve. Read the Newsletter for the complete story.
OKIMAHKAN OTY’AMIWIN FROM THE CHIEF
Join us at the NCN General Assembly June 8th, 2016
KITITAHWINAOW ACHIMOWIN COMMUNITY NEWS
- Burning Ban in Effect – Extreme Fire Danger
- Man and Sons Rescue Megan Prince from Burning Vehicle in OCN
- Building a Suicide Safer Community with SafeTALK Program
- PCH Keeping NCN Elders Active
- New Training Program to Increase Community Safety
- Small Engine Course to be Offered at NNOC This September
- Records Set at O.K. School 10th Annual Spelling Bee Competition
- Nisichawayasihk Personal Care Home Helps Reunite Adopted Son with Mother Years Later
- Resource Management Board – Land Use Plan Update (Phase 2)
- NCN Winter Festival Photos
- NCN Parks and Rec Hosts Excellent Hoops Tourney
- O.K. School 2016 Science Fair Champions
- Land Code: Frequently Asked Questions