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Public Announcement – Water Education Project

Hello Folks! Here is another exciting water project that will be kicking off at the treaty day event! We are looking for interested members of the community and Winnipeg residents (academics, students, residents welcome!) The water committee will help guide the project up until March 31, 2024. More information will be shared at June 26 Community Meeting and on Treaty Days.

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Early childhood education bridging program – Training Opportunity

Shoal Lake #40 is happy to announce this opportunity, free of charge. The program runs from July 3rd, 2023- August 25, 2023.
Training Funds are available for members excluding Daycare staff as they will receive their salary during training.

Submit this Registration Form to the front desk at Band Office by Noon June 29, 2023

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Child Development Practitioner – Training Opportunity

This summer, Shoal Lake #40 will be offering the Child Development Practitioner Level 1 theory courses to the community. The in-person courses are part of the requirement to becoming a Child Development Practitioner Apprentice. A Child Development Practitioner plans and implements age-appropriate service,
supports and programs for children that facilitate physical, social, emotional and cognitive growth.
CDPs deliver services in multiple settings, including, but not limited to, childcare centres/facilities,
the preschool sections of hospitals and schools, and Ontario Early Years Centres

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Ontario Works Inflation Update – Public Notice

As of May 2023 Inflation Payments that have been issued to Ontario Works clients will now be issued in Food Hampers. If you have small children who require formula or pampers please contact me with the correct milk and paper size. If your household has any allergies please let me know so we can make other food alternatives for your house hold.

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148th Anniversary of Treaty #3

October 3rd is the 148th anniversary of Treaty #3. Our Treaty’s origin dates back to 1873 when the Ojibwe peoples and the Government of Canada signed Treaty 3, which provided the federal government access to the Saulteaux land in present-day northwestern Ontario and eastern Manitobain exchange for various goods and Indigenous rights to hunting, fishing and natural resources on reserve lands. The terms and text of Treaty 3 set precedents for the eight Numbered Treaties that followed.

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