Read the January 2023 issue of Achimowina – NCN’s community, government, business, arts and events news.
Celebrating the Holidays with NCN Chief and Council
Citizens gathered to meet and greet newly elected Chief Angela Levasseur and her Council at Christmas dinners in NCN, Thompson and Winnipeg on the 19th, 20th and 22th of December.
Everyone enjoyed a feast, jigging and even a visit from Santa. People also had the opportunity to fill out surveys, to share their thoughts and recommendations for making NCN an even better place to raise families and make dreams come true!
On the last day of the year, Chief and Council invited everyone to a New Year’s Eve celebration.
The festivities started at 4 pm with a skating party at Gilbert McDonald Arena. The music was popping, and participants enjoyed contests, snacks and prizes. The party moved to the Multiplex at 8 pm for music, dancing…and you guessed it, more prizes!
Fireworks finished off the night and promised a great new year to come.
KITITAHWINAOW ACHIMOWIN COMMUNITY
- OKIMAHKAN OTY’AMIWIN From the Chief – My colleagues and I wish you a safe and prosperous 2023
- John Brian “Wilson” Hartie
- NCN Organizational Chart
- A New Celebration for Ribbon Skirts
- Citizens Requests
- News from NNCEA Director of Education for January–February 2023
- Looking Back at 2022 What a Year! NCN Stories That Made Headlines in 2022
- Housing Strategy Report 2020-2025
- NCN Youth Earns Spot at National Junior Air Gun Competition in Truro, NS
- NNCEA Policy 803B: School Closure Due to Cold Weather
- New Strategic Plan for NCN
- Belated Congratulations to Fawnda Neckoway From NNCEA!
- Ensuring Elders’ Health and Wellness
- Christmas Day Massat RC Church Bids Farewell to Father Guna
- In Memory of the Late Joseph Keeper
- NNCEA Sends Thanks for Xmas Goodies and Gifts
- In Memory of Yolanda Osborne
- NCN Lands, Environment & Resources Update on Land Code Planning and Implementation