Read the April/May 2020 issue of Achimowina – NCN’s community, government, business, arts and events news.
Pandemic Help From Chief and Council
On April 24, a month after a State of Emergency was declared in Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation, Chief and Council announced a one-time financial assistance payment of $200 to each NCN
The support is meant to help all Citizens as they face job insecurity, health fears and the need for higher standards of nutrition and hygiene. People also received cleaning supplies and some basic food staples.
“This period of self-isolation, travel restrictions and social distancing has been difficult for everyone, we understand,” said Chief Marcel Moody. “While it is not much to some people, $200 can go a long way to restocking basic necessities such as groceries.”
So many NCN employees and volunteers went above and beyond to make this initiative possible. From administration who created the Citizen lists (Yvonne Hart, Melissa Moore and Crystal Linklater), to community consultants serving as off-reserve distributors (Annette, Monica, Fonda, Crystal and Vernon), to our delivery crews of selfless volunteers, Chief and Council are proud of the way Citizens are stepping up to deal with the stresses of this pandemic.
OKIMAHKAN OTY’AMIWIN FROM THE CHIEF
Covid-19 Update: Rules and Regulations For Lift on Lockdown
KITITAHWINAOW ACHIMOWIN COMMUNITY
- Traditional Harvest Research
- When the Danger is at Home
- Bus Trips Thompson to Winnipeg Resume
- Be Responsible with Your Safety Gear
- Thanking Our Frontline Workers and Health Staff During Nurses Week
- OK School Presses on Amid Covid-19 Changes
- Stay Informed. Get the NCN APP
- Spring Update from NNCEA’s Culture and Language Resource Unit
- NCN Says Goodbye to Judy Kolada
- Bringing Breakfast to NCN Kids in Need
- Parks and Rec Keeps Citizens Safe and Busy
- COVID-19 Financial Aid for Students
- Freshen Up Your Space for Spring
- NNOC Principal Moves Into NNCEA Role