Read the May 2019 issue of Achimowina – NCN’s community, government, business, arts and events news.
NCN Thompson Gas Bar Ready to Serve the North
On May 3, after a long two years of plans and some minor construction setbacks, the NCN gas bar in Thompson opened to the public.
“We’re excited,” said Chief Marcel Moody. “Any time we can create employment for our Citizens and diversity in our economy, it’s another dream realized.”
Chief Moody was happy to celebrate the soft launch of the gas bar with vice-chief Cheryl Moore and NCN councillor Jacqueline Walker.
The gas bar is located on NCN’s urban reserve land, and is expected to create between 16 and 20 jobs for NCN Citizens.
Read the Newsletter for the complete story.
KITITAHWINAOW ACHIMOWIN COMMUNITY
- Culture Healing and Wellness Camp Agenda
- NCN’s Team Shoots High for Hoops and Fun at the Canadian Native Basketball Championship
- Remembering Three Lost NCN Loved Ones
- NCN Infrastructure and Public Works Workshop
- NCN Girls Attend National Science Fair
- 2019 Graduation Dates Announced
- Update on High-Speed Internet in NCN
- NCN Citizen (Ramona Neckoway) Presents at United Nations
- NCN Workplace Code of Conduct
- RBC Training Ground Looks for Next Olympians in Thompson
- NCN Flames Join Keystone League
- Schools Approach Year End and Exams
- NCN Minor Hockey in Moose Lake and Regina
- Parks and Rec Celebrates Mother’s Day and More
- Bear Witness Day Promotes NCN’s Jordan’s Principle Initiative
- Voice of Our Youth: Valedictorian Address by Corey Spence
- Community Housing Forum “Our Homes, Our Future”