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The meeting has been moved to Thursday, March 12, 2015. - NOTICE: Increased Traffic on Wetum Road This Week Ontario Power Generation would like to advise of increased traffic on Otter Rapids Rd. - Self-Generated Revenue Committee Moose Cree First Nation is seeking three MCFN members at-large to sit on the Self-Generated Revenue Committee to develop the Self-Generated Revenue policy and procedures. - SIBI Employment & Training - Talking to Employers Workshop Join us on November 13, 2014 and Discuss different voices, communication modes and language for various situations. In this short video, locals discuss their experiences with the river and explain why it is important to keep it protected. - Application Opportunity for Housing Contractors Moose Cree First Nation plans to hire a contractor for the renovation of four (4) housing units for the First Nation through Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation's Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RRAP). - Treaty Land Entitlement (TLE) Negotiation Information Session This session is intended to provide Moose Cree First Nation Citizens with information on the Moose Cree First Nation Treaty Land Entitlement Negotiation. between Abitibi Canyon GS and New Post Creek beginning on Thursday, Feb.19, 2015. by Alanis Obomsawin follows the course of Indigenous leaders in their quest for justice and fairness as they seek to establish dialogue with the Canadian government. - Business Development Program We are pleased to introduce our new Business Development Program and encourage you to contact our office to start your business pursuits today! Prepare questions and conversation topics for cold calls or networking. - Nurse Practitioner Clinic with Miranda Moore Sore throat or ears?

- Jordan's Principle Information Session Jordan's Principle is a child-first initiative that addresses the needs of First Nations children by ensuring there are no gaps in government services to them. Normal office hours will resume on Tuesday, April 10, 2012. - 5th Indigenous Youth Engagement Forum March 5 - 8, 2012. Join a network of Youth and Youth Groups interested in creating a youth policy on the issues that impact them directly.

- Game Day Skate Moose Cree First Nation is providing a unique opportunity for a group of our youth to attend the Toronto Maple Leafs and Pittsburgh Penguins Game Day Skate (practice) on Saturday, March 10th, 2018 in Toronto Ontario at the Air Canada Centre! - Healing Our Hearts This therapeutic grief group for children was part of Ministik School Wellness Program and is now open to the community of Moose Factory. Artwork will be displayed during the Little Native Hockey League tournament. - LNHL National Anthem Performance Selection Receive an all expense paid trip to attend and perform the national anthem at the Little Native Hockey League opening ceremonies on Sunday, March 11, 2018 in Mississauga. - Treaty Land Entitlement Claim Update Sessions These sessions are being held in various communities throughout January and February and will provide MCFN members with an upate on the TLE Claim negotations with the provincial and federal governments. - Grief Edu-Therapy Sessions The Grief Edu-Therapy team invites you to participate in the upcoming Grief Edu-Therapy™ program for individuals dealing with significant emotional loss. Available to ALL Moose Cree First Nation post-secondary students, including those who did not receive sponsorship. The Value in Good Bookkeeping and Starter Company Plus workshops can help! This will continue daily until there are sufficient levels in our reservoirs. - Draft Recall Election Regulations, Code of Conduct for Officials A polling station for voting on the draft Recall Election Regulations and Code of Conduct for Officials will be carried out at the Moose Cree Complex for three days, December 27 - 29, 2017. More information and a detailed schedule will be released soon. - Special Band Membership Meeting There will be a Special Band Membership Meeting on Monday, November 6, 2017 at pm at the TCJMC Community Hall regarding the Draft Recall Elections Regulations and Draft Code of Conduct for Officials. - Information Sessions There will be an information session on November 4, 2017 for MCFN Membership on the Recall Election Regulations - Draft, and Code of Conduct for Elected Officials - Draft. - Grief Edu-Therapy Sessions The Grief Edu-Therapy team invites you to participate in the upcoming Grief Edu-Therapy™ program for individuals dealing with significant emotional loss. If you are a customer of an electric utility and in a lower income household, you may qualify for a reduction in your energy bill through the OESP. - Climate Change Adapdation Community Plan Moose Cree First Nation will be developing a Climate Change Adaptation Community Plan. Our angel tree is here to encourage community members to take an angel and write a note to a loved one. - Winter Road Project (Moosonee - Moose Factory) Moose Cree First Nation will be working with Cree Aski Services Ltd to maintain and construct the 2012-2013 Winter Road between the two Communities. - Information Sessions - New Date Announced January 24 and 26, 2013 are the new dates for the information sessions on the MCFN Impeachment Regulations (draft), MCFN Recall Election Regulations (draft), and MCFN Code of Conduct – For Elected Officials (draft). - Meditation and Relaxation with Lynn Cheechoo Moose Cree Health Services invites you to meditation and relaxation classes with Lynn Cheechoo.

Now featuring farm-fresh eggs, cheese, chicken, beef, and pork! Check it out on February 6, 2018 at pm at the community hall. - Seeking Negotiation Team Lead OMoose Cree First Nation is seeking a qualified Moose Cree member to lead our negotiation team in discussions with Rayonnier Advanced Materials (new owners of Tembec Inc.). - LNHL Indigenous Youth Art Contest All interested indigenous youth are invited to submit original artwork for a cash prize contest! - Moose Cree Education Enhancement Fund Receive up to

- Jordan's Principle Information Session Jordan's Principle is a child-first initiative that addresses the needs of First Nations children by ensuring there are no gaps in government services to them. Normal office hours will resume on Tuesday, April 10, 2012. - 5th Indigenous Youth Engagement Forum March 5 - 8, 2012. Join a network of Youth and Youth Groups interested in creating a youth policy on the issues that impact them directly.

- Game Day Skate Moose Cree First Nation is providing a unique opportunity for a group of our youth to attend the Toronto Maple Leafs and Pittsburgh Penguins Game Day Skate (practice) on Saturday, March 10th, 2018 in Toronto Ontario at the Air Canada Centre! - Healing Our Hearts This therapeutic grief group for children was part of Ministik School Wellness Program and is now open to the community of Moose Factory. Artwork will be displayed during the Little Native Hockey League tournament. - LNHL National Anthem Performance Selection Receive an all expense paid trip to attend and perform the national anthem at the Little Native Hockey League opening ceremonies on Sunday, March 11, 2018 in Mississauga. - Treaty Land Entitlement Claim Update Sessions These sessions are being held in various communities throughout January and February and will provide MCFN members with an upate on the TLE Claim negotations with the provincial and federal governments. - Grief Edu-Therapy Sessions The Grief Edu-Therapy team invites you to participate in the upcoming Grief Edu-Therapy™ program for individuals dealing with significant emotional loss. Available to ALL Moose Cree First Nation post-secondary students, including those who did not receive sponsorship. The Value in Good Bookkeeping and Starter Company Plus workshops can help! This will continue daily until there are sufficient levels in our reservoirs. - Draft Recall Election Regulations, Code of Conduct for Officials A polling station for voting on the draft Recall Election Regulations and Code of Conduct for Officials will be carried out at the Moose Cree Complex for three days, December 27 - 29, 2017. More information and a detailed schedule will be released soon. - Special Band Membership Meeting There will be a Special Band Membership Meeting on Monday, November 6, 2017 at pm at the TCJMC Community Hall regarding the Draft Recall Elections Regulations and Draft Code of Conduct for Officials. - Information Sessions There will be an information session on November 4, 2017 for MCFN Membership on the Recall Election Regulations - Draft, and Code of Conduct for Elected Officials - Draft. - Grief Edu-Therapy Sessions The Grief Edu-Therapy team invites you to participate in the upcoming Grief Edu-Therapy™ program for individuals dealing with significant emotional loss. If you are a customer of an electric utility and in a lower income household, you may qualify for a reduction in your energy bill through the OESP. - Climate Change Adapdation Community Plan Moose Cree First Nation will be developing a Climate Change Adaptation Community Plan. Our angel tree is here to encourage community members to take an angel and write a note to a loved one. - Winter Road Project (Moosonee - Moose Factory) Moose Cree First Nation will be working with Cree Aski Services Ltd to maintain and construct the 2012-2013 Winter Road between the two Communities. - Information Sessions - New Date Announced January 24 and 26, 2013 are the new dates for the information sessions on the MCFN Impeachment Regulations (draft), MCFN Recall Election Regulations (draft), and MCFN Code of Conduct – For Elected Officials (draft). - Meditation and Relaxation with Lynn Cheechoo Moose Cree Health Services invites you to meditation and relaxation classes with Lynn Cheechoo.

Now featuring farm-fresh eggs, cheese, chicken, beef, and pork! Check it out on February 6, 2018 at pm at the community hall. - Seeking Negotiation Team Lead OMoose Cree First Nation is seeking a qualified Moose Cree member to lead our negotiation team in discussions with Rayonnier Advanced Materials (new owners of Tembec Inc.). - LNHL Indigenous Youth Art Contest All interested indigenous youth are invited to submit original artwork for a cash prize contest! - Moose Cree Education Enhancement Fund Receive up to $1,000 in scholarship and bursary funds for the 2017/2018 academic year. - The Business Enterprise Centre Workshops Thinking of starting, expanding, or buying a business? - Christmas Joy Drive There will be a Christmas Joy Drive on December 18th at pm at the E. - Christmas Parade The family Christmas parade is on Sunday, December 17, 2017! In order to maintain adequate water levels in the reservoir, the pressure will once again be reduced. - Climate Change Working Group Sign-Up Form As part of the Climate Change Adaptation Community Plan, we are forming a working group to determine the potential impacts of climate change on our community and what can be done to adapt to those concerns. - Water Conservation Notice A decrease in Water Pressure will begin on Sunday, November 12, 2017 from P. M the following morning on Monday, November 13, 2017. - "Words Matter" As part of the National Aboriginal Addictions Awareness Week, we wish to recognize individuals who overcame obstacles and today live and promote a healthy lifestyle. There will also be a potluck feast on November 14th. - Save the Date: Pathways to Healing Conference The 2018 Pathways to Healing Conference will be held from February 5-9, 2018. - Ontario Energy Support Program (OESP) An OESP intake worker will be in Moose Factory on November 7th and 8th, 2017. Contact Executive Services by Friday, January 11, 2013. - Detour Gold Job Fair and Employment Workshop The Detour Gold job fair will be held from January 8-10, 2013 at the Moose Cree Complex. Drop by to learn more about available career options. - Merry Christmas from Chief and Council May your Christmas be rich with family love, warm with friendship, happy with life's goodness, and blessed with the joys of the season. - Angel Tree The Health Centre will have an angel tree in the Moose Cree Complex until January 4th, 2013.

Training takes place from February 16th to 19th, with priority given to Moose Cree members. Enter for your chance to have your beadwork design pattern incorporated on a special limited edition piece of clothing as part of the Moose Knuckles 2016 fall and winter campaign. - CCIC Craft Purchase Days The Cree Cultural Interpretive Centre is looking to purchase moose hide arts and crafts from local artisans. The purpose of this committee is to ensure that services for the Youth of Moose Cree First Nation are delivered in an efficient and effective manner. Join the Lemon Cree trainers every Tuesday and Thursday evening for a fun hour of cardio, strength training, and stretching. Training to be done by Terry Parker, Assisted Living Complex Project Superintendent on Monday September 14th at pm. At these webinars, there will be a discussion on survey results and focus group discussions. - 3-Day Grief Edu-Therapy Session The Grief Edu-Therapy Specialist/Team would like to invite you to participate in the upcoming Grief Edu-Therapy™ program for individuals dealing with significant emotional loss. - Special Band Membership Meeting There will be a Special Band Membership Meeting on Monday, August 17, 2015 at p.m. OCWA will provide a notice once the advisory is lifted. - Elders Lunch and Learn Leonard Rickard, Aboriginal Affairs Manager, will be providing an update on the Detour Gold Detour Lake mine. You will be educated on the necessary skills when giving CPR and performing first aid. - Ontario First Nation Limited Partnership (OFNLP) Allocations Moose Cree First Nation is accepting application submissions for OFNLP Funding. - Family Violence Awareness Workshop November 14, 2014. on Thursday, November 20th 2014 at the Thomas Cheechoo Jr. Learn new skills to help your children achieve self-discipline, responisbility, problem solving skills and self esteem. - Trappers Assistance Trappers Assistance is now available, application forms can be downloaded at the bottom of this post or at main reception in the Complex. Pick up your kit at the Moose Cree main office and Cochrane office. - Grief Edu-Therapy Sessions Moose Cree Health Services would like to invite you to participate in the upcoming Grief Edu-Therapy™ program for individuals dealing with significant emotional loss. Please see the attached posting for additional details. - Notice to all Moose Hunters The Lands and Resources Unit will be initiating a sampling program and is seeking the assistance from the MCFN hunters to provide fresh tissue samples. Congratulations to the students on completing their summer work placements and contributing to another successful year of the Summer Work Experience Program! - Land Entitlement Negotiation Information Sessions Information sessions for out of town locations will be held between August 19 - 26, 2014. - GOOP's Top Chef First Qualifying Round Prepare your best appetizer dish to advance to the final round. - Youth Pageant Information and Registration The Youth Pageant is geared towards showcasing the great talents and qualities of our youth. Prepare meals that incorporate traditional foods and compete in three rounds to win prizes worthy of a top chef. - Internal Community Consultation Protocol Information Sessions Lands and Resources will be hosting two Internal Community Consultation Protocol (ICCP) information sessions in Cochrane and Kapuskasing. - Summer Work Experience Job Fair Moose Cree Employment and Training will be hosting a Job Fair in the complex foyer Monday June 16, 2014. - Moose Cree First Nation Mourns the Passing of Grand Chief Stan Louttit Grand Chief Dr. - Congratulations Inspector Eric Cheechoo on 35 Years of Police Service Moose Cree First Nation congratulates Inspector Eric Cheechoo on 35 years of dedication and loyalty to the police services. - River Surveillance Update #17 Breakup has progressed to Moose Factory Island and has stopped just passed the north end of the island, along the mainland side passed Pilgrim Island, and back of the island about 1.5 miles towards the mouth. - River Surveillance Update #13 As of pm the Moose River breakup remains intact at the mouth of the Abitibi River and seems to be the same as this afternoon's flight. the Moose River breakup remains at the mouth of the Abitibi River. - River Surveillance Update #11 As of am the Moose River breakup remains at the mouth of the Abitibi River. - River Surveillance Update #10 As of pm Moose River breakup remains at the mouth of the Abitibi River, but has moved in a couple of areas about a hundred yards. - Application Opportunity for Housing Contractors Moose Cree First Nation plans to hire a contractor to renovate 4 housing units for the First Nation through Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation's Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program. The ice jam still remains approximately 5 miles long with high water levels behind the leading edge of break-up and pack ice. - River Surveillance Update #5 Another flight was conducted at a.m. Our concern for our flight was to check on the current location of breakup and the water levels behind it. - For Sale by KAP - Liebherr HS 895 HD Crawler Crane This piece of machinery has become available for purchase from KAP at the Lower Mattagami River Project, as per the Amisk-oo-Skow Agreement.

Bring your items to the CCIC on November 23 - 24, 2015. - Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni Tickets Tickets for the upcoming Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni vs. There are over 60 life experiences that have the potential to create sad or negative emotional responses. - Large Quantity of Cash Stolen from Cree Cultural Centre On Tuesday, August 25, 2015, Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service, Moose Factory Detachment received a report from the Cree Cultural Centre of a break and enter, property damage, and theft of a large quantity of cash. at the community hall regarding Self-Generated-Revenue and the Assisted Living Complex. Follow the advice in the fact sheet from the Porcupine Health Unit. - Watermain Break Update The pressure will be decreased on Monday, March 9, 2015 at PM to maintain adequate water levels in our Reservoirs. - Wetum Road Traveller Advisory Beginning Monday, March 9th, there will be increased large truck traffic on the Otter Rapids Road towards Abitibi Canyon. Proper clothing can be expensive, so we are asking community members to donate items that are still in good condition. Information, guidelines, and application form are attached. This awareness workshop will look at the social issue of family violence through an aboriginal focused aspect. For more info please contact Joshua Sutherland, Harvesters Program Coordinator at 705-658-4619 ext. This program will be conducted within the Moose Cree Homelands during the 2014 fall hunt season. - Traditional Parenting - Train the Trainer Certification Janet Fox is from the Onion Lake Cree Nation in Saskatchewan. September 16, 17 & 18, 2014 from 9am to 4pm daily at the EPR Centre in Moose Factory. - Mattagami Extensions Coordinating Committee The MECC is currently seeking proposals (resumes) from interested individuals or firms to provide assistance on a contractual basis in coordinating the technical aspects of addressing the Terms & Conditions of the Environmental Assessment Approval for the Project. To find your city and date, please open the following document. - Economic Development Survey Please take time to fill out our survey. - Language Workshops Join Kevin Brousseau on August 7th and 8th as he shows you how to use the Moose Cree Dictionary! - The Amazing Race Family Edition In this television show inspired event, your team is put through challenges, roadblocks, and detours to try and get to the finish line as fast as you can. Compete to win the title of Top Chef and additional prizes. They will also be accepting resumes during the job fair. - Pickup Trucks For Sale by KAP Three pickup trucks have become available for purchase from KAP at the Lower Mattagami River Project, as per the Amisk-oo-Skow Agreement. Stan Louttit passed away after a long battle with cancer in the early morning hours of June 10, 2014. Main breakup is still 17 miles from the communities of Moosonee/Moose Factory. Main breakup is 17 miles from the communities of Moosonee/Moose Factory. Main breakup is 17 miles from the communities of Moosonee/Moose Factory. Breakup is still approximately 18 miles from the communities of Moosonee/Moose Factory. - River Surveillance Update #9 As of am Moose River breakup has moved to the mouth of the Abitibi River (stopped there), which is approximately 18 miles from the communities of Moosonee/Moose Factory. The location of break-up, during our flight was at mileage 151 (Tommyville). - River Surveillance Update #3 Another flight was conducted at a.m. Our concern for our flight was the Moose River upstream of the Moose River Crossing due to high water levels and flow rates. - Moose River Flow Increase Advisory Please be advised that warmer weather and forecasted precipitation at the southern end of the Moose River basin signals an increase in flows from Moose River tributaries. - Application Opportunity for Housing Contractors Moose Cree First Nation plans to hire a contractor for the construction of new housing units for the First Nation for 2014 / 2015.

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- Jordan's Principle Information Session Jordan's Principle is a child-first initiative that addresses the needs of First Nations children by ensuring there are no gaps in government services to them. Normal office hours will resume on Tuesday, April 10, 2012. - 5th Indigenous Youth Engagement Forum March 5 - 8, 2012. Join a network of Youth and Youth Groups interested in creating a youth policy on the issues that impact them directly. - Game Day Skate Moose Cree First Nation is providing a unique opportunity for a group of our youth to attend the Toronto Maple Leafs and Pittsburgh Penguins Game Day Skate (practice) on Saturday, March 10th, 2018 in Toronto Ontario at the Air Canada Centre! - Healing Our Hearts This therapeutic grief group for children was part of Ministik School Wellness Program and is now open to the community of Moose Factory. Artwork will be displayed during the Little Native Hockey League tournament. - LNHL National Anthem Performance Selection Receive an all expense paid trip to attend and perform the national anthem at the Little Native Hockey League opening ceremonies on Sunday, March 11, 2018 in Mississauga. - Treaty Land Entitlement Claim Update Sessions These sessions are being held in various communities throughout January and February and will provide MCFN members with an upate on the TLE Claim negotations with the provincial and federal governments. - Grief Edu-Therapy Sessions The Grief Edu-Therapy team invites you to participate in the upcoming Grief Edu-Therapy™ program for individuals dealing with significant emotional loss. Available to ALL Moose Cree First Nation post-secondary students, including those who did not receive sponsorship. The Value in Good Bookkeeping and Starter Company Plus workshops can help! This will continue daily until there are sufficient levels in our reservoirs. - Draft Recall Election Regulations, Code of Conduct for Officials A polling station for voting on the draft Recall Election Regulations and Code of Conduct for Officials will be carried out at the Moose Cree Complex for three days, December 27 - 29, 2017. More information and a detailed schedule will be released soon. - Special Band Membership Meeting There will be a Special Band Membership Meeting on Monday, November 6, 2017 at pm at the TCJMC Community Hall regarding the Draft Recall Elections Regulations and Draft Code of Conduct for Officials. - Information Sessions There will be an information session on November 4, 2017 for MCFN Membership on the Recall Election Regulations - Draft, and Code of Conduct for Elected Officials - Draft. - Grief Edu-Therapy Sessions The Grief Edu-Therapy team invites you to participate in the upcoming Grief Edu-Therapy™ program for individuals dealing with significant emotional loss. If you are a customer of an electric utility and in a lower income household, you may qualify for a reduction in your energy bill through the OESP. - Climate Change Adapdation Community Plan Moose Cree First Nation will be developing a Climate Change Adaptation Community Plan. Our angel tree is here to encourage community members to take an angel and write a note to a loved one. - Winter Road Project (Moosonee - Moose Factory) Moose Cree First Nation will be working with Cree Aski Services Ltd to maintain and construct the 2012-2013 Winter Road between the two Communities. - Information Sessions - New Date Announced January 24 and 26, 2013 are the new dates for the information sessions on the MCFN Impeachment Regulations (draft), MCFN Recall Election Regulations (draft), and MCFN Code of Conduct – For Elected Officials (draft). - Meditation and Relaxation with Lynn Cheechoo Moose Cree Health Services invites you to meditation and relaxation classes with Lynn Cheechoo. Now featuring farm-fresh eggs, cheese, chicken, beef, and pork! Check it out on February 6, 2018 at pm at the community hall. - Seeking Negotiation Team Lead OMoose Cree First Nation is seeking a qualified Moose Cree member to lead our negotiation team in discussions with Rayonnier Advanced Materials (new owners of Tembec Inc.). - LNHL Indigenous Youth Art Contest All interested indigenous youth are invited to submit original artwork for a cash prize contest! - Moose Cree Education Enhancement Fund Receive up to $1,000 in scholarship and bursary funds for the 2017/2018 academic year. - The Business Enterprise Centre Workshops Thinking of starting, expanding, or buying a business? - Christmas Joy Drive There will be a Christmas Joy Drive on December 18th at pm at the E. - Christmas Parade The family Christmas parade is on Sunday, December 17, 2017! In order to maintain adequate water levels in the reservoir, the pressure will once again be reduced. - Climate Change Working Group Sign-Up Form As part of the Climate Change Adaptation Community Plan, we are forming a working group to determine the potential impacts of climate change on our community and what can be done to adapt to those concerns. - Water Conservation Notice A decrease in Water Pressure will begin on Sunday, November 12, 2017 from P. M the following morning on Monday, November 13, 2017. - "Words Matter" As part of the National Aboriginal Addictions Awareness Week, we wish to recognize individuals who overcame obstacles and today live and promote a healthy lifestyle. There will also be a potluck feast on November 14th. - Save the Date: Pathways to Healing Conference The 2018 Pathways to Healing Conference will be held from February 5-9, 2018. - Ontario Energy Support Program (OESP) An OESP intake worker will be in Moose Factory on November 7th and 8th, 2017. Contact Executive Services by Friday, January 11, 2013. - Detour Gold Job Fair and Employment Workshop The Detour Gold job fair will be held from January 8-10, 2013 at the Moose Cree Complex. Drop by to learn more about available career options. - Merry Christmas from Chief and Council May your Christmas be rich with family love, warm with friendship, happy with life's goodness, and blessed with the joys of the season. - Angel Tree The Health Centre will have an angel tree in the Moose Cree Complex until January 4th, 2013. Training takes place from February 16th to 19th, with priority given to Moose Cree members. Enter for your chance to have your beadwork design pattern incorporated on a special limited edition piece of clothing as part of the Moose Knuckles 2016 fall and winter campaign. - CCIC Craft Purchase Days The Cree Cultural Interpretive Centre is looking to purchase moose hide arts and crafts from local artisans. The purpose of this committee is to ensure that services for the Youth of Moose Cree First Nation are delivered in an efficient and effective manner. Join the Lemon Cree trainers every Tuesday and Thursday evening for a fun hour of cardio, strength training, and stretching. Training to be done by Terry Parker, Assisted Living Complex Project Superintendent on Monday September 14th at pm. At these webinars, there will be a discussion on survey results and focus group discussions. - 3-Day Grief Edu-Therapy Session The Grief Edu-Therapy Specialist/Team would like to invite you to participate in the upcoming Grief Edu-Therapy™ program for individuals dealing with significant emotional loss. - Special Band Membership Meeting There will be a Special Band Membership Meeting on Monday, August 17, 2015 at p.m. OCWA will provide a notice once the advisory is lifted. - Elders Lunch and Learn Leonard Rickard, Aboriginal Affairs Manager, will be providing an update on the Detour Gold Detour Lake mine. You will be educated on the necessary skills when giving CPR and performing first aid. - Ontario First Nation Limited Partnership (OFNLP) Allocations Moose Cree First Nation is accepting application submissions for OFNLP Funding. - Family Violence Awareness Workshop November 14, 2014. on Thursday, November 20th 2014 at the Thomas Cheechoo Jr. Learn new skills to help your children achieve self-discipline, responisbility, problem solving skills and self esteem. - Trappers Assistance Trappers Assistance is now available, application forms can be downloaded at the bottom of this post or at main reception in the Complex. Pick up your kit at the Moose Cree main office and Cochrane office. - Grief Edu-Therapy Sessions Moose Cree Health Services would like to invite you to participate in the upcoming Grief Edu-Therapy™ program for individuals dealing with significant emotional loss. Please see the attached posting for additional details. - Notice to all Moose Hunters The Lands and Resources Unit will be initiating a sampling program and is seeking the assistance from the MCFN hunters to provide fresh tissue samples. Congratulations to the students on completing their summer work placements and contributing to another successful year of the Summer Work Experience Program! - Land Entitlement Negotiation Information Sessions Information sessions for out of town locations will be held between August 19 - 26, 2014. - GOOP's Top Chef First Qualifying Round Prepare your best appetizer dish to advance to the final round. - Youth Pageant Information and Registration The Youth Pageant is geared towards showcasing the great talents and qualities of our youth. Prepare meals that incorporate traditional foods and compete in three rounds to win prizes worthy of a top chef. - Internal Community Consultation Protocol Information Sessions Lands and Resources will be hosting two Internal Community Consultation Protocol (ICCP) information sessions in Cochrane and Kapuskasing. - Summer Work Experience Job Fair Moose Cree Employment and Training will be hosting a Job Fair in the complex foyer Monday June 16, 2014. - Moose Cree First Nation Mourns the Passing of Grand Chief Stan Louttit Grand Chief Dr. - Congratulations Inspector Eric Cheechoo on 35 Years of Police Service Moose Cree First Nation congratulates Inspector Eric Cheechoo on 35 years of dedication and loyalty to the police services. - River Surveillance Update #17 Breakup has progressed to Moose Factory Island and has stopped just passed the north end of the island, along the mainland side passed Pilgrim Island, and back of the island about 1.5 miles towards the mouth. - River Surveillance Update #13 As of pm the Moose River breakup remains intact at the mouth of the Abitibi River and seems to be the same as this afternoon's flight. the Moose River breakup remains at the mouth of the Abitibi River. - River Surveillance Update #11 As of am the Moose River breakup remains at the mouth of the Abitibi River. - River Surveillance Update #10 As of pm Moose River breakup remains at the mouth of the Abitibi River, but has moved in a couple of areas about a hundred yards. - Application Opportunity for Housing Contractors Moose Cree First Nation plans to hire a contractor to renovate 4 housing units for the First Nation through Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation's Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program. The ice jam still remains approximately 5 miles long with high water levels behind the leading edge of break-up and pack ice. - River Surveillance Update #5 Another flight was conducted at a.m. Our concern for our flight was to check on the current location of breakup and the water levels behind it. - For Sale by KAP - Liebherr HS 895 HD Crawler Crane This piece of machinery has become available for purchase from KAP at the Lower Mattagami River Project, as per the Amisk-oo-Skow Agreement. Bring your items to the CCIC on November 23 - 24, 2015. - Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni Tickets Tickets for the upcoming Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni vs. There are over 60 life experiences that have the potential to create sad or negative emotional responses. - Large Quantity of Cash Stolen from Cree Cultural Centre On Tuesday, August 25, 2015, Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service, Moose Factory Detachment received a report from the Cree Cultural Centre of a break and enter, property damage, and theft of a large quantity of cash. at the community hall regarding Self-Generated-Revenue and the Assisted Living Complex. Follow the advice in the fact sheet from the Porcupine Health Unit. - Watermain Break Update The pressure will be decreased on Monday, March 9, 2015 at PM to maintain adequate water levels in our Reservoirs. - Wetum Road Traveller Advisory Beginning Monday, March 9th, there will be increased large truck traffic on the Otter Rapids Road towards Abitibi Canyon. Proper clothing can be expensive, so we are asking community members to donate items that are still in good condition. Information, guidelines, and application form are attached. This awareness workshop will look at the social issue of family violence through an aboriginal focused aspect. For more info please contact Joshua Sutherland, Harvesters Program Coordinator at 705-658-4619 ext. This program will be conducted within the Moose Cree Homelands during the 2014 fall hunt season. - Traditional Parenting - Train the Trainer Certification Janet Fox is from the Onion Lake Cree Nation in Saskatchewan. September 16, 17 & 18, 2014 from 9am to 4pm daily at the EPR Centre in Moose Factory. - Mattagami Extensions Coordinating Committee The MECC is currently seeking proposals (resumes) from interested individuals or firms to provide assistance on a contractual basis in coordinating the technical aspects of addressing the Terms & Conditions of the Environmental Assessment Approval for the Project. To find your city and date, please open the following document. - Economic Development Survey Please take time to fill out our survey. - Language Workshops Join Kevin Brousseau on August 7th and 8th as he shows you how to use the Moose Cree Dictionary! - The Amazing Race Family Edition In this television show inspired event, your team is put through challenges, roadblocks, and detours to try and get to the finish line as fast as you can. Compete to win the title of Top Chef and additional prizes. They will also be accepting resumes during the job fair. - Pickup Trucks For Sale by KAP Three pickup trucks have become available for purchase from KAP at the Lower Mattagami River Project, as per the Amisk-oo-Skow Agreement. Stan Louttit passed away after a long battle with cancer in the early morning hours of June 10, 2014. Main breakup is still 17 miles from the communities of Moosonee/Moose Factory. Main breakup is 17 miles from the communities of Moosonee/Moose Factory. Main breakup is 17 miles from the communities of Moosonee/Moose Factory. Breakup is still approximately 18 miles from the communities of Moosonee/Moose Factory. - River Surveillance Update #9 As of am Moose River breakup has moved to the mouth of the Abitibi River (stopped there), which is approximately 18 miles from the communities of Moosonee/Moose Factory. The location of break-up, during our flight was at mileage 151 (Tommyville). - River Surveillance Update #3 Another flight was conducted at a.m. Our concern for our flight was the Moose River upstream of the Moose River Crossing due to high water levels and flow rates. - Moose River Flow Increase Advisory Please be advised that warmer weather and forecasted precipitation at the southern end of the Moose River basin signals an increase in flows from Moose River tributaries. - Application Opportunity for Housing Contractors Moose Cree First Nation plans to hire a contractor for the construction of new housing units for the First Nation for 2014 / 2015. We appreciate your cooperation as we eagerly await the opening of Wetum Road. - Montreal Canadiens Alumni School and Community Presentations Chris Nilan will be visiting DDECS on January 9th to discuss bullying, and Stephane Richer will be at the E. - Land Protection Plan Community Information Session December 8, 2014 at p.m. Two sessions for the general membership and one session for elders. - Craft Purchase Days at the Cree Cultural Interpretive Centre Do you have arts and crafts that you would like to sell? Please be advised that the polling station location has been moved to the EPR Centre from am - pm. - Flu Prevention Strategies - Moose Cree Health Services Due to the recent and late outbreaks of influenza being experienced in Ontario we are reminding community members to continue with their flu prevention strategies. - Meet and Greet the Councillor Candidates - May 31, 2012 - LIVE STREAM There will be a second meet and greet on May 31, 2012, at p.m. Learn more and give it a try at an upcoming session. - Application opportunity for design-build contractors Moose Cree First Nation plans to hire a design-build contractor for the construction of six - four bedroom housing units for the First Nation. - Office closure Easter holiday The Moose Cree First Nation offices will be closed on Friday, April 6th and Monday, April 9th 2012 for the Easter holiday. Nomination forms can be requested from Judy Reuben, Chief Electoral Officer, at 705-658-4619 ext. Deadline for nominations is October 19, 2017 at pm. - Hydro One Home Assistance Program Hydro One is assisting customers who need help saving on their electricity bill. Representatives from MCFN and Indian & Northern Affairs Canada will be presenting information and answering your questions about CPs. - Tree and Brush Cutting Service Public Works is in the process of having trees and brush cut around ON-RESERVE units. - Animal Control Program Meeting On June 11th, there will be a meeting at the arena viewing area to discuss the animal control program for the community. These checks are necessary to evaluate the system and plan future improvements. - Community Consultation Sessions - Formation of a Housing Authority To learn more about the formation of a Community Based Housing Authority for Moose Cree First Nation, three dates have been scheduled during June. - OFNLP Allocations Moose Cree First Nation will be accepting application submissions for OFNLP Funding. - Chief and Council Statement on Ornge Air Ambulance Crash Just after midnight this morning an Ornge Air Ambulance crashed just north of Moosonee enroute to Attawapiskat. - Canoe Certification Program for MCFN Members Join us for our 15-day whitewater canoe certification program June 26 - July 12, 2013 on the Missinaibi River. The Cree Cultural Interpretive Centre is looking to purchase local arts and crafts on May 27th and 28th, 2013. - Women's Wellness & Self Care Program Health Services welcomes women of all ages an opportunity to learn, share, and connect in an environment with other women who may be there for the same reasons as you. - Family & Marital Counselling Services Available March 22-24, 2013. - Health Services - Grief Resolution: Healing Broken Hearts Grief resolution workshop held on March 15 - 17, 2013 for individuals dealing with significant emotional loss. Drive with caution as heavy equipment is still working on the road. - Heavy Duty Equipment Technician Pre-Apprenticeship Training Northern College is providing training for individuals wishing to become Heavy Duty Equipment Technician apprentices. We are looking to understand what climate change means, what potential impacts it will have to our community, and ways to address and adapt to those concerns. - Youth Councillor By-Election A by-election is required to fill the vacant Youth Councillor position. - Public Works - Hydrant Flushing On June 10th - 11th, Public Works will be running hydrants to check flow and pressure. - Housing Workshops - Home Ownership and Personal Finance The Moose Cree housing department in partnership with FNMHF present the Home Ownership and You and Personal Finance Workshops in March. - Youth Land Use Planning Discussion Come on out for an informal discussion on land use planning, what it is, what's going on in our Homelands, and how this all relates with the Idle No More movement! - Information Sessions Information sessions on the MCFN Impeachment Regulations (draft), MCFN Recall Election Regulations (draft), and MCFN Code of Conduct – For Elected Officials (draft) will be held on March 6th, 2013. - James Bay Winter Road Officially Open Effective January 19, 2013 the James Bay Winter Road is officially open to light traffic. - Weaving Our Voices Women's Support Group Weaving Our Voices is a support group for women who are survivors of Childhood Trauma. Moose Cree First Nation hockey game are now on sale! Anyone with information is urged to contact NAPS or Crime Stoppers. - Portion of Amisk Street to Permanently Close As part of the construction of the Assisted Living Complex, Amisk Street is planned to be permanently closed on August 31, 2015 from the north end of the Assisted Living Complex property to Pehdabun Street. - Payukotayno Information Session Community information session held on August 25, 2015 presenting the programs and services offered by Payukotayno to the Moose Cree First Nation membership. - Congratulations to Newly Elected Mushkegowuk Grand Chief and Deputy Grand Chief Chief Norm Hardisty Jr. - Harvesters Subsidy Program - Fall 2015 Our Lands and Resources department is now accepting applications for the Harvesters Subsidy Program. We will restore full pressure on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at AM. Please use extreme caution when driving on this portion of the road. Take this opportunity to see a nurse practitioner at the Moose Factory Health Centre on November 19, 2014. - Remembrance Day, November 11th 2014 Come and join the community in remembering and honouring our Veterans. The Feast is a Pot Luck, please bring something to share with our veterans and families. Winter clothing will be available for pick up on November 13, 2014. - LMRP Office Trailers Available for Sale List of office trailers that will become available for sale from the Lower Mattagami River Project. We would like to know your wishes for new community buildings, your ideas, and your thoughts about future economic growth for Moose Cree First Nation. Kevin will also be reading fairy tales that he translated to Moose Cree. - Harvesters Subsidy Program - Fall 2014 The Moose Cree First Nation Harvesters Subsidy Program is currently accepting applications for the fall 2014 harvesting season. The Grand Chief was a well-respected leader and well-known figure not only within the Mushkegowuk area and Nishnawbe-Aski Nation, but regionally and nationally as well. - Aboriginal Day Event - 1st Annual Fishing Derby Moose Cree is planning to host its 1st Annual Fishing Derby as part of the Aboriginal Day festivities. offers congratulations to newly elected Mushkegowuk Council Grand Chief Jonathan Solomon, and newly elected Deputy Grand Chief Rebecca Friday. - POSTPONED: Special Band Membership Meeting The Special Band Membership Meeting scheduled for Monday, August 17, 2015 has been rescheduled to Wednesday, August 26, 2015 at p.m. - Regular Band Membership Meeting POSTPONED The regular band membership meeting scheduled for Thursday, March 5, 2015 has been postponed. There will be prizes for biggest pike and biggest walleye. - Protecting the North French River The North French River is one of the most pristine, untouched waterways in Ontario. - Victor Mine Community Trade Show Moose Cree First Nation and De Beers invite everyone to attend the Victor Mine Community Trade Show: Window Into Victor on June 4, 2014 at the Moose Cree Complex. - Ontario First Nation Limited Partnership (OFNLP) Allocations Moose Cree First Nation is accepting application submissions for OFNLP Funding.

,000 in scholarship and bursary funds for the 2017/2018 academic year. - The Business Enterprise Centre Workshops Thinking of starting, expanding, or buying a business? - Christmas Joy Drive There will be a Christmas Joy Drive on December 18th at pm at the E. - Christmas Parade The family Christmas parade is on Sunday, December 17, 2017! In order to maintain adequate water levels in the reservoir, the pressure will once again be reduced. - Climate Change Working Group Sign-Up Form As part of the Climate Change Adaptation Community Plan, we are forming a working group to determine the potential impacts of climate change on our community and what can be done to adapt to those concerns. - Water Conservation Notice A decrease in Water Pressure will begin on Sunday, November 12, 2017 from P. M the following morning on Monday, November 13, 2017. - "Words Matter" As part of the National Aboriginal Addictions Awareness Week, we wish to recognize individuals who overcame obstacles and today live and promote a healthy lifestyle. There will also be a potluck feast on November 14th. - Save the Date: Pathways to Healing Conference The 2018 Pathways to Healing Conference will be held from February 5-9, 2018. - Ontario Energy Support Program (OESP) An OESP intake worker will be in Moose Factory on November 7th and 8th, 2017. Contact Executive Services by Friday, January 11, 2013. - Detour Gold Job Fair and Employment Workshop The Detour Gold job fair will be held from January 8-10, 2013 at the Moose Cree Complex. Drop by to learn more about available career options. - Merry Christmas from Chief and Council May your Christmas be rich with family love, warm with friendship, happy with life's goodness, and blessed with the joys of the season. - Angel Tree The Health Centre will have an angel tree in the Moose Cree Complex until January 4th, 2013.

Training takes place from February 16th to 19th, with priority given to Moose Cree members. Enter for your chance to have your beadwork design pattern incorporated on a special limited edition piece of clothing as part of the Moose Knuckles 2016 fall and winter campaign. - CCIC Craft Purchase Days The Cree Cultural Interpretive Centre is looking to purchase moose hide arts and crafts from local artisans. The purpose of this committee is to ensure that services for the Youth of Moose Cree First Nation are delivered in an efficient and effective manner. Join the Lemon Cree trainers every Tuesday and Thursday evening for a fun hour of cardio, strength training, and stretching. Training to be done by Terry Parker, Assisted Living Complex Project Superintendent on Monday September 14th at pm. At these webinars, there will be a discussion on survey results and focus group discussions. - 3-Day Grief Edu-Therapy Session The Grief Edu-Therapy Specialist/Team would like to invite you to participate in the upcoming Grief Edu-Therapy™ program for individuals dealing with significant emotional loss. - Special Band Membership Meeting There will be a Special Band Membership Meeting on Monday, August 17, 2015 at p.m. OCWA will provide a notice once the advisory is lifted. - Elders Lunch and Learn Leonard Rickard, Aboriginal Affairs Manager, will be providing an update on the Detour Gold Detour Lake mine. You will be educated on the necessary skills when giving CPR and performing first aid. - Ontario First Nation Limited Partnership (OFNLP) Allocations Moose Cree First Nation is accepting application submissions for OFNLP Funding. - Family Violence Awareness Workshop November 14, 2014. on Thursday, November 20th 2014 at the Thomas Cheechoo Jr. Learn new skills to help your children achieve self-discipline, responisbility, problem solving skills and self esteem. - Trappers Assistance Trappers Assistance is now available, application forms can be downloaded at the bottom of this post or at main reception in the Complex. Pick up your kit at the Moose Cree main office and Cochrane office. - Grief Edu-Therapy Sessions Moose Cree Health Services would like to invite you to participate in the upcoming Grief Edu-Therapy™ program for individuals dealing with significant emotional loss. Please see the attached posting for additional details. - Notice to all Moose Hunters The Lands and Resources Unit will be initiating a sampling program and is seeking the assistance from the MCFN hunters to provide fresh tissue samples. Congratulations to the students on completing their summer work placements and contributing to another successful year of the Summer Work Experience Program! - Land Entitlement Negotiation Information Sessions Information sessions for out of town locations will be held between August 19 - 26, 2014. - GOOP's Top Chef First Qualifying Round Prepare your best appetizer dish to advance to the final round. - Youth Pageant Information and Registration The Youth Pageant is geared towards showcasing the great talents and qualities of our youth. Prepare meals that incorporate traditional foods and compete in three rounds to win prizes worthy of a top chef. - Internal Community Consultation Protocol Information Sessions Lands and Resources will be hosting two Internal Community Consultation Protocol (ICCP) information sessions in Cochrane and Kapuskasing. - Summer Work Experience Job Fair Moose Cree Employment and Training will be hosting a Job Fair in the complex foyer Monday June 16, 2014. - Moose Cree First Nation Mourns the Passing of Grand Chief Stan Louttit Grand Chief Dr. - Congratulations Inspector Eric Cheechoo on 35 Years of Police Service Moose Cree First Nation congratulates Inspector Eric Cheechoo on 35 years of dedication and loyalty to the police services. - River Surveillance Update #17 Breakup has progressed to Moose Factory Island and has stopped just passed the north end of the island, along the mainland side passed Pilgrim Island, and back of the island about 1.5 miles towards the mouth. - River Surveillance Update #13 As of pm the Moose River breakup remains intact at the mouth of the Abitibi River and seems to be the same as this afternoon's flight. the Moose River breakup remains at the mouth of the Abitibi River. - River Surveillance Update #11 As of am the Moose River breakup remains at the mouth of the Abitibi River. - River Surveillance Update #10 As of pm Moose River breakup remains at the mouth of the Abitibi River, but has moved in a couple of areas about a hundred yards. - Application Opportunity for Housing Contractors Moose Cree First Nation plans to hire a contractor to renovate 4 housing units for the First Nation through Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation's Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program. The ice jam still remains approximately 5 miles long with high water levels behind the leading edge of break-up and pack ice. - River Surveillance Update #5 Another flight was conducted at a.m. Our concern for our flight was to check on the current location of breakup and the water levels behind it. - For Sale by KAP - Liebherr HS 895 HD Crawler Crane This piece of machinery has become available for purchase from KAP at the Lower Mattagami River Project, as per the Amisk-oo-Skow Agreement.

Bring your items to the CCIC on November 23 - 24, 2015. - Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni Tickets Tickets for the upcoming Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni vs. There are over 60 life experiences that have the potential to create sad or negative emotional responses. - Large Quantity of Cash Stolen from Cree Cultural Centre On Tuesday, August 25, 2015, Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service, Moose Factory Detachment received a report from the Cree Cultural Centre of a break and enter, property damage, and theft of a large quantity of cash. at the community hall regarding Self-Generated-Revenue and the Assisted Living Complex. Follow the advice in the fact sheet from the Porcupine Health Unit. - Watermain Break Update The pressure will be decreased on Monday, March 9, 2015 at PM to maintain adequate water levels in our Reservoirs. - Wetum Road Traveller Advisory Beginning Monday, March 9th, there will be increased large truck traffic on the Otter Rapids Road towards Abitibi Canyon. Proper clothing can be expensive, so we are asking community members to donate items that are still in good condition. Information, guidelines, and application form are attached. This awareness workshop will look at the social issue of family violence through an aboriginal focused aspect. For more info please contact Joshua Sutherland, Harvesters Program Coordinator at 705-658-4619 ext. This program will be conducted within the Moose Cree Homelands during the 2014 fall hunt season. - Traditional Parenting - Train the Trainer Certification Janet Fox is from the Onion Lake Cree Nation in Saskatchewan. September 16, 17 & 18, 2014 from 9am to 4pm daily at the EPR Centre in Moose Factory. - Mattagami Extensions Coordinating Committee The MECC is currently seeking proposals (resumes) from interested individuals or firms to provide assistance on a contractual basis in coordinating the technical aspects of addressing the Terms & Conditions of the Environmental Assessment Approval for the Project. To find your city and date, please open the following document. - Economic Development Survey Please take time to fill out our survey. - Language Workshops Join Kevin Brousseau on August 7th and 8th as he shows you how to use the Moose Cree Dictionary! - The Amazing Race Family Edition In this television show inspired event, your team is put through challenges, roadblocks, and detours to try and get to the finish line as fast as you can. Compete to win the title of Top Chef and additional prizes. They will also be accepting resumes during the job fair. - Pickup Trucks For Sale by KAP Three pickup trucks have become available for purchase from KAP at the Lower Mattagami River Project, as per the Amisk-oo-Skow Agreement. Stan Louttit passed away after a long battle with cancer in the early morning hours of June 10, 2014. Main breakup is still 17 miles from the communities of Moosonee/Moose Factory. Main breakup is 17 miles from the communities of Moosonee/Moose Factory. Main breakup is 17 miles from the communities of Moosonee/Moose Factory. Breakup is still approximately 18 miles from the communities of Moosonee/Moose Factory. - River Surveillance Update #9 As of am Moose River breakup has moved to the mouth of the Abitibi River (stopped there), which is approximately 18 miles from the communities of Moosonee/Moose Factory. The location of break-up, during our flight was at mileage 151 (Tommyville). - River Surveillance Update #3 Another flight was conducted at a.m. Our concern for our flight was the Moose River upstream of the Moose River Crossing due to high water levels and flow rates. - Moose River Flow Increase Advisory Please be advised that warmer weather and forecasted precipitation at the southern end of the Moose River basin signals an increase in flows from Moose River tributaries. - Application Opportunity for Housing Contractors Moose Cree First Nation plans to hire a contractor for the construction of new housing units for the First Nation for 2014 / 2015.

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