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COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA – MONDAY SEPTEMBER 28TH, 2020

COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA – MONDAY SEPTEMBER 28TH, 2020 ...
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MMIWG – DEDICATION TO CILEANA TAYLOR

All of Curve Lake is praying for the recovery of one of our young Anishnabe Kwa, Cileana Taylor. She is ...
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CLFN SCHOOL AND OELC UPDATE

Dear Parents and Guardians, On Thursday September 17, 2020 the Education Department Administration met with the Education Committee and members ...
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FALL QUARTERLY ANNOUNCED FOR OCTOBER

Dear Community, We are excited to announce that the Fall Quarterly Community Meeting will be held virtually on October 24th, ...
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GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS SET TO RE-OPEN

Dear Community, Beginning on Monday, September 21st, 2020, all CLFN buildings (except the school and OELC) will be re-opening its ...
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POW WOW WEEKEND UPDATE

Dear Members,   As the number of people affected by Covid-19 continues to rise in the province, especially in the ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION DAILY SITUATION REPORT – September 16, 2020

Please be aware that numbers are increasing, thus the need to continue taking precautionary measures. Some recent examples to take ...
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POW WOW MESSAGE TO THE COMMUNITY

Dear Community, We are pleased to be welcoming you once again to our Annual Traditional Pow Wow. Admittedly, this year’s ...
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COMMUNITY NOTICE: LOT 14 CLEARING

Dear Community, We are very pleased to announce that the clearing of Lot 14 is scheduled to begin tomorrow and ...
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LOOKING FORWARD STANDING PARADE

Come see the Education Staff at Curve Lake First Nation School Tuesday September 8, 2020 Noon until 12:30 pm We ...
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A MESSAGE FROM CHIEF & COUNCIL – AUGUST 28, 2020

Aaniin Curve Lake, Wireless connectivity is important to our pandemic recovery, future economic development and the education and quality of ...
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BUSSING COMMUNIQUE TO PARENTS

As the new School Year plans unfold, I am working to develop a safe plan for students who will need ...
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TEMPORARY CELLULAR TOWER AT THE WASTE TRANSFER STATION

Dear Community, As some of you might have already noticed, a cellular phone tower was installed at the Waste Transfer ...
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COMMUNIQUE TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS OF CHILDREN/STUDENTS ATTENDING OELC AND CLFNS

Dear Parents/Guardians, We have been meeting regularly to discuss the safest way to bring children/students back to the Oshkiigmong Early ...
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WILLOWGROVE RFPs – INDIGENOUS ART/INTERIOR DESIGN; LANDSCAPING

Willowgrove is a not for profit organization, located on a 100-acre working farm and outdoor education centre, which provides programming ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION EXTENDS SHUTDOWN FOR ALL GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS

Dear Community, Today, Chief & Council passed a motion to extend the shutdown of all government buildings until 4:00 P.M ...
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HAVE YOU SEEN PEOPLE CUTTING AQUATIC VEGETATION IN OUR WATERWAYS?

Have you seen people cutting aquatic vegetation and/or removing vegetation in our waterways? These are a few pictures for example ...
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FUNGUS ON MANOOMIN

We have had a report of possible fungus growing on wild rice in the Tri-Lake area (see photo below). Parks ...
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NOTICE TO PARENTS/GUARDIANS OF KPRDSB AND PVNCCDSB STUDENTS

Parents/Guardians of KPRDSB and PVNCCDSB students, You are required to declare to the Provincial School Boards if your child/youth will ...
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20% WATER CONSERVATION URGED AS LEVEL 2 LOW WATER CONDITION CONTINUES

High Temperatures and dry conditions throughout the Otonabee Region watershed have resulted in the declaration of a Level 2 Low ...
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HENRY’S GAAMIING BOARDWALK REMAINS CLOSED

For the health and safety of our community, the boardwalk remains CLOSED as per the motion passed by Chief & ...
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OP-ED FROM DR. ROSANA SALVATERRA, MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH PETERBOROUGH PUBLIC HEALTH

One Less Thing to Worry About As families prepare to face an unprecedented and unpredictable school year, there is still ...
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AUGUST 12, 2020 – SPECIAL MEETING OF KAWARTHA PINE RIDGE DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD

SPECIAL MEETING OF KAWARTHA PINE RIDGE DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. Roy H. Wilfong Boardroom, ...
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COUNCIL – AUGUST 10, 2020 CANCELLED

Out of respect for the recent passing of a member related to a couple of our Councillors, tomorrow's Council has ...
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CURVE LAKE DETACHMENT CONTACT INFORMATION UPDATE

At this time we are asking that anyone calling into the detachment to speak with an officer to please call ...
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LANCE WOODS PARK BEACH CLOSED

Due to a recent water test, the beach is closed until further notice ...
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INDIGENOUS EDUCATION FACILITATOR – PVNCCDSB

The Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board is seeking an Indigenous Education Facilitator to provide a variety ...
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COMMUNITY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We are writing today to express our most sincere gratitude for the hard work, dedication, and generosity of each of ...
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MEDIA RELEASE – CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION RECEIVES $2.2 MILLION FOR WATER TREATMENT PLANT DESIGN

[CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION] Chief Emily Whetung and the Council of Curve Lake First Nation are extremely pleased to announce ...
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TWO LOCAL COVID-19 CASES IDENTIFIED AFTER 40 DAYS WITHOUT A NEW CASE

Residents Reminded to Follow Public Health Guidance ...
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YOUTH COUNCIL COMMITTEE CALL OUT

The Curve Lake First Nation Youth Council Committee is calling on all youth members. Applications are currently being accepted and ...
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WEST NILE VIRUS CONFIRMED IN LOCAL MOSQUITOES

Residents Reminded to Get Rid of Standing Water and Avoid Mosquito Bites ...
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A MESSAGE FROM CHIEF & COUNCIL – JULY 23, 2020

Aaniin Curve Lake, We are letting you know that today, July 23rd, 2020 Curve Lake First Nation Chief and Council ...
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A MESSAGE FROM CHIEF & COUNCIL

Aaniin Curve Lake, We would like to start off by once again reminding everyone that the safest place still remains ...
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COMMUNITY NOTICE – JULY 16, 2020

I would like to take this opportunity to update you on Council’s consideration of Phase Two. Loomex had proposed the ...
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INDIAN DAY SCHOOL UPDATE

We write to you as Class Counsel to provide information regarding the Federal Indian Day School and Federal Day School ...
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“CLOSE” CONTACT… OR NOT? Q&A

I might have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. What happens now? Peterborough Public Health (PPH) ...
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THE SEVEN GRANDFATHER TEACHINGS – COVID 19

Humility, Bravery, Honesty, Wisdom, Truth, Respect, Love ...
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COOLING STATION IN CHURCH BASEMENT BEGINNING JULY 7, 2020

A cooling station will be setup in the church basement beginning tomorrow for those that don't have an air conditioner ...
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EXTENDED HEAT WARNING

We are in an Extended Heat Warning, please take care of yourself and loved ones. Check in on older people ...
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DECLARATION REGARDING MANOOMIN

Michi Saagig Manoomin (Wild Rice) is a sacred plant found only in the Great Lakes and Boreal Forest regions of ...
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COMMUNITY CONSULTATION RESULTS

June 16 and 17, 2020, community consultation took place to provide input on the suggested phased approach ...
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A MESSAGE FROM CHIEF & COUNCIL – July 2, 2020

As a result of the community consultation and Chief and Councils’ ongoing assessment of the current situation and on the ...
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PETERBOROUGH PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUES FIRST HEAT WARNING OF THE SEASON

Today Peterborough Public Health is issuing the first Extended Heat Warning of the season. A long duration heat event is ...
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TRENT-SEVERN WATERWAY WATER LEVEL MANAGEMENT UPDATE – JUNE 30, 2020

Parks Canada's water management team continues to actively monitor water levels and flows, and weather forecasts across the Trent-Severn Waterway ...
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IN SEARCH OF YOUR POW WOW MEMORIES

DETAILS We are in search of video and photo submissions from members of all ages, on and off-reserve, to be ...
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CLFN COMMUNITY CONSULTATION – RESULTS

June 16 and 17, 2020, community consultation took place to provide input on the suggested phased approach ...
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A MESSAGE FROM CHIEF & COUNCIL

Aaniin, At last week’s Council meeting many decisions were made about how to safely and slowly begin reopening our community ...
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FREE PUBLIC LEGAL EDUCATION ZOOM WORKSHOP

Indigenous Hunting, Fishing & Trapping Laws   Thursday, July 2, 2020 2pm-4pm www.bearpaweducation.ca ...
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A MESSAGE FROM CHIEF & COUNCIL – JUNE 19, 2020

Aaniin, At yesterday’s Council meeting many decisions were made about how to safely and slowly begin reopening our community. Before ...
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ASYMPTOMATIC COVID-19 TESTING JUNE 22, 2020

Temporary Site MONDAY JUNE 22 10AM-1PM Curve Lake Small Business Centre 1024 Mississauga St ***CURVE LAKE RESIDENTS ONLY*** HEALTH CARD ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION RE-OPENING PLAN – COMMUNITY FOCUS GROUPS

We would like to invite you to participate in community focus groups to express concerns and comments on the current ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION RE-OPENING PLAN SURVEY

Aaniin Curve Lake, Thank you all for your continued patience and attention to the health and safety of our community ...
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CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19) – VULNERABLE POPULATIONS AND COVID-19

While diseases can make anyone sick, some Canadians are more at risk of getting an infection and developing severe complications ...
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OSHKIIGMONG EARLY LEARNING CENTRE ANNOUNCEMENT

Contrary to the announcement from Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce, that child-care can resume Friday June 12, 2020, the OLEC ...
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Covid-19 Council Meeting – Agenda Thursday, June 11, 2020

Covid-19 Council Meeting - Agenda Thursday, June 11, 2020 ...
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A MESSAGE FROM THE CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION CULTURAL CENTRE

Aainin, We truly hope that each of you are enjoying the medicine bundles that were delivered by our wonderful team ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION EXTENDS SHUTDOWN UNTIL JUNE 30, 2020

Dear Curve Lake Community, On June 4th, 2020, Chief & Council passed a motion to extend the community shutdown until ...
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INDIGENOUS STUDENTS POST-SECONDARY STUDENT SUPPORT DURING COVID-19

This is to assist in supporting post-secondary students’ concerns and challenges as a result of COVID-19. We are providing this ...
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ASYMPTOMATIC COVID-19 TESTING FOR CURVE LAKE RESIDENTS ONLY

Asymptomatic COVID-19 Testing for CURVE LAKE RESIDENTS ONLY Temporary Site Saturday June 6, 2020 10am-4:30pm 65 Chemong St. (Curve Lake ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION’S PANDEMIC COORDINATOR, KAYLA STEPHENSON – AN INTRODUCTION

Get to know Curve Lake First Nation's Pandemic Coordinator, Kayla Stephenson ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION EXTENDS SHUTDOWN UNTIL JUNE 8, 2020

Dear Members, On May 21st, 2020, Chief & Council passed a motion to extend the community shutdown until June 8th ...
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MEMBER SECURE DOCUMENT PORTAL AND MINUTE SHARING UPDATE

Dear Members, I would like to take a moment to thank all frontline workers, community volunteers, Councillors and staff that ...
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SMALL BUSINESS CENTRE FEASIBILITY STUDY

A link to the study can be found here ...
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GARBAGE MUST HAVE TAGS FOR PICK-UP

Reminder: Curbside garbage must have a tag on it to be picked up on Wednesdays. Thank you. Public Works ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION SCHOOL TO BE CLOSED FOR REMAINDER OF SCHOOL YEAR

Dear Parents and Guardians, Due to the continued precautions surrounding the Covid-19 Virus, Curve Lake First Nation Chief and Council ...
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CANADA EMERGENCY STUDENT BENEFIT APPLICATION PERIOD TO LAUNCH ON MAY 15, 2020

News release May 13, 2020 Gatineau, QC Employment and Social Development Canada Post-secondary students across Canada are facing unprecedented challenges ...
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SECURITY COMPANY TO SUPPORT CHECKPOINT PERSONNEL DURING LONG WEEKEND

Dear Members, As an effort to prevent visitors from coming into our community this long weekend, Chief and Council have ...
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NEW PANDEMIC COORDINATOR INFORMATION

Contact the Pandemic Coordinator for: Checkpoint concerns Questions concerning daily information updates The current response to COVID-19 Questions on the ...
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COVID-19 RESPONSE NOTICE – May 12, 2020

Curve Lake, Yesterday Aboriginal Peoples’ Television Network (“ATPN”) released an article that incorrectly implied that Curve Lake First Nation had ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION DAILY SITUATION REPORT – May 6, 2020

Helpful links: htthttps://www.peterboroughpublichealth.ca/lab-error-could-have-resulted-in-falsepositive- covid-19-results/ https://www.peterboroughpublichealth.ca/your-health/diseases-infections-immunization/diseases- and-infections/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov/local-covid-19-status/ ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION EXTENDS SHUTDOWN UNTIL MAY 31, 2020

Dear Members, On May 4th, 2020, Chief & Council passed a motion to extend the community shutdown until May 31st ...
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CHIEF EMILY WHETUNG & ROSANA SALVATERRA Q&A

Indigenous Testing A Priority Symptoms & Reducing Risk Part 1 Symptoms & Reducing Risk Part 2 ...
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CHIEF EMILY WHETUNG & ROSANA SALVATERRA Q&A

COVID-19 Help and Information ...
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FALSE-POSITIVE COVID-19 TESTS A REAL POSSIBILITY

BioTest Laboratories, an Ottawa based medical testing company has disclosed a significant likelihood of false-positives in recent COVID-19 testing. As ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION DAILY SITUATION REPORT – May 1, 2020

Dear Community, We apologize for the delay of today's Situation Report. We wanted to ensure that crucial information would be ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION EXTENDS SHUTDOWN UNTIL MAY 12, 2020

Dear Members, On April 23rd, 2020, Chief & Council passed a motion to extend the community shutdown until May 12th ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION DAILY SITUATION REPORT – APRIL 29, 2020

Dear Community, We are currently working on implementing the communication system with regards to the Daily Situation Report and apologize ...
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Curve Lake First Nation Daily Situation Report (11:00 am)

An ongoing Curve Lake First Nation Daily Situation Report ...
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GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE FOR POST-SECONDARY STUDENTS AND RECENT GRADUATES

Dear Post-Secondary Students and Recent Graduates, We sincerely hope that you and your families are safe and managing self-isolation and ...
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THE CLFN SCHOOL AND OELC EXTEND CLOSURE UNTIL MAY 31, 2020

Dear CLFN Students, Parents and Community, The Ontario Ministry of Education has extended School closures until May 31, 2020. The ...
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A MESSAGE FROM CHIEF & COUNCIL – COVID-19 UPDATE

Aaniin Curve Lake, We have had a small number of COVID cases identified in Curve Lake over the weekend. We ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM

Dear Community, On April 23, 2020, Chief & Council passed a motion to implement a Vehicle Identification System to further ...
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THE WASTE TRANSFER STATION HAS RETURNED TO NORMAL OPERATING HOURS

Saturday 8:30am – 3:00pm Sunday 8:30am – 3:00pm Monday 9:00am – 12:00pm Wednesday 9:00am – 12:00pm ...
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A MESSAGE FROM CHIEF & COUNCIL – COMMUNITY UPDATE

Aaniin Curve Lake First Nation, We are writing to you today for two reasons. First and foremost, Chief and Council ...
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CRIMINALS PREY ON YOUR FEAR DURING UNCERTAIN TIMES

Protect Yourself From COVID-19 Related Scams The Anishinabek Police Service the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Anti-Rackets Branch and the Canadian ...
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$5K DAILY FINES FOR NOT SELF-ISOLATING UNDER NEW ORDER ISSUED BY PETERBOROUGH PUBLIC HEALTH

Order applies to everyone locally who has been diagnosed with COVID-19, or has been tested and is awaiting test results, ...
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SUMMARY OF COVID-19 SUPPORT MEASURES Wilkinson & Co LLP

A list has of several measures available to Canadians has been compiled by the firm Wilkinson & Co LLP. Deferred ...
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A COUPLE OF ONLINE SITES THAT MEMBERS MAY BE INTERESTED IN DURING SELF-ISOLATION

Eshki nishnaabemjig online Anishinaabemowin course: https://www.facebook.com/eshki.nishnaabemjig Free online Anishnaabemowin with Isadore Toulouse every day at 11:00am. Log in at https://78236669.myownmeeting.net/room ...
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CURVE LAKE MEMBERS CONTACT INFORMATION AND ADDRESS UPDATE

We strongly advise members to always provide their current address and contact information with our Communications Officer in order to ...
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A MESSAGE FROM EOCG

An area we are trying to help our Community navigate is how we, as a community, will cope  with the ...
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FLAG HOTLINE *(705) 761-7026*

If you have a flag up or you see a flag up at another household please call or text and ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION NEW POST-SECONDARY POLICY AND APPLICATION

The deadline to submit forms is April 24. This policy is meant to establish and maintain a transparent and equitable ...
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FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE – MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

Yesterday the Ministry of Education announced the Support for Families program that provides one-time financial support for families to purchase ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION’S DALYN WAKELY GETS DRAFTED IN THE OHL

Today, “hockey dreams took a major stride forward” as the top 2004 born hockey players awaited this year’s Ontario hockey ...
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ORDER OF THE CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION

In accordance with the Curve Lake First Nation Emergency Plan Restriction of access to Curve Lake Reserve No. 35 ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION TO ERECT CHECKPOINT TO DISCOURAGE NON-ESSENTIAL TRAVEL

MEDIA RELEASE – APRIL 3, 2020 [CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION] The Chief and Council of Curve Lake First Nation passed ...
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EOCG IS REQUESTING DONATIONS OF HARVESTED TRADITIONAL MEATS AND FISH

Aaniin Curve Lake,  As a measure to enhance food security for our membership, the Emergency Operations Control Group (EOCG) is ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION EXTENDS SHUTDOWN UNTIL APRIL 30

Dear Members, On March 30th, 2020, Chief and Council passed a motion to extend the community shutdown until April 30th ...
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EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CONTROL GROUP UPDATE

The Emergency Operations Control Group would like to share the following with the Community: ...
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OELC AND THE CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION SCHOOL WILL REMAIN CLOSED BEYOND APRIL 6, 2020

Due to the continued outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, Curve Lake First Nation has decided that the Oshkiigmong Early Learning ...
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Curve Lake First Nation COVID-19 Community Colour Flag Protocol

Curve Lake First Nation has decided to implement a coloured flag system that will further safeguard individuals in the community ...
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CLFN COVID – 19 Community FAQ

A list of important FAQs that have been collected from members of the community ...
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CHIEF AND COUNCIL DECLARE STATE OF EMERGENCY

Aaniin Curve Lake Members, On Monday March 23, 2020 Chief and Council declared a state of emergency in our community ...
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Boozhoo to Curve Lake First Nation’s New Chief Operating Officer

Johnny A. Walker A treaty status band member of the Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation, Johnny recently started employment with Curve ...
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INDIAN DAY SCHOOL APPOINTMENTS CANCELLED

As a result of the COVID-19 health crisis, all appointments with Nicholas McDonald have been cancelled until April 6, 2020 ...
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THE MEMBERSHIP DEPT. IS CLOSED Until April 6th

SOME SERVICES STILL AVAILABLE - Blood quantum letters, general inquiries, confirmation of status letters stating due to closure we are unable to ...
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CURVE LAKE FOOD BANK SERVICE MODIFICATION

Effective March 17, 2020, the Curve Lake Food Bank has stopped public entrance into the Food Bank building until further ...
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MESSAGE FROM THE CURVE LAKE HEALTH CENTRE

Memo: Curve Lake Health Centre Clinic Patients From: Dr. Mallory and Amanda Marshall NP-PHC Date: March 18,2020 We are remaining ...
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Notice to Curve Lake Community Regarding Services

Curve Lake, Today Chief and Council came together and decided, in the interest of protecting our community, to close all ...
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First Case of COVID-19 Reported by Peterborough Public Health

All Protocols Followed and Risk to Local Residents Remains Low Today, Dr. Rosana Salvaterra, Medical Officer of Health for Peterborough ...
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COMMUNITY NOTICE: OELC AND CLFN SCHOOL SHUT DOWN

Friday March 13, 2020 Dear Parents and Guardians. Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, Curve lake First Nation ...
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COMMUNITY NOTICE: COVID-19

Dear Curve Lake Members, Today our administrative team came together with members of Chief and Council to address how best ...
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CURVE LAKE LNHL PEP RALLY POSTPONED

As a result of the cancellation of the 2020 LNHL tournament, the Curve Lake pep rally that was supposed to ...
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LNHL 2020 CANCELLED

Unfortunately, due to the health crisis related to coronavirus, Nipissing First Nation and the LNHL Executive Committee have agreed to ...
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CREDIT CARD SCAM TARGETING CURVE LAKERS

Wednesday, March 11, 2020 Dear Curve Lake First Nation Community, It has been brought to our attention that a credit ...
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LNHL Pep Rally – Agenda Rosters & Schedules

The Little Native Hockey League Tournament is upon us once again. The tournament will be held in Mississauga from March ...
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Statement of Unity on behalf of Curve Lake First Nation – We stand in Unity with those protecting the inherent rights of First Nations

We stand in Unity with those protecting the inherent rights of First Nations - those protecting the lands for future ...
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RFP CHILD PROTECTION LEGAL COUNSEL

Proposals will be accepted until 12 pm (noon) March 13, 2020. Any proposals received after this date and time will ...
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CONWAY JOINS MISSISSAUGA NATION TEAM

CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION - Six Mississauga Nations - Alderville First Nation, Curve Lake First Nation, Hiawatha First Nation, Mississauga ...
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CELEBRATION OF SHARING

A Christmas Turkey will be provided to all Curve Lake First Nation member on-reserve households. You will need to provide ...
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NOTICE FROM CHIEF AND COUNCIL – COMMUNAL WATER SYSTEM

November 22, 2019 Aaniin Community Members, Chief and Council wish to share a water update and possible new strategy for ...
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INDIGENOUS BEADING WORKSHOP

Date : December 14th, 2019 Time : 10am-3pm Location : Lindsay Makerspace, 87 Adelaide St N, Second FloorAges: 7+ (Families ...
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BOARD OF HEALTH WELCOMES MINISTRY OF HEALTH CONSULTATIONS TO GUIDE THE FUTURE OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Board Keen to Provide Evidence-Based Input asMinistry Resets Original Plans to Transform Public Health The Board of Health is keen ...
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PETERBOROUGH PUBLIC HEALTH OFFERS FREE RADON KITS TO LOCAL RESIDENTS WHILE SUPPLIES LAST

Keep Your Family Safe by Testing for Cancer-Causing Radon Gas Peterborough Public Health is giving away free radon test kits ...
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REVISED DATE OF COMMENCEMENT COUNTY OF PETERBOROUGH JAMES A. GIFFORD CAUSEWAY WIDENING

Please be advised that construction of the rock fill widening of the James A. Gifford Causeway (County Road 14) will ...
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INTERNATIONAL ABORIGINAL YOUTH INTERNSHIP

The 2020 International Aboriginal Youth Internshipto Uganda intake is now open to applications! 14 Aboriginal Canadian Youth Interns, ages 19-353 ...
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*IMPORTANT NOTICE* Williams Treaties Distribution

RE: Williams Treaties DistributionMarch 18th, 2019 Council Meeting: COUNCILLOR LAURIE HOCKADAY MOVED AND COUNCILLOR TIFFANY TAYLOR SECONDED TO APPROVE MEMBERS ...
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PROTECTING OUR YOUTH FROM RISING SUBSTANCE USE

Op-ed from Dr. Rosana Salvaterra, Medical Officer of HealthPeterborough Public Health Thursday, November 14, 2019 Protecting Our Youth from Rising ...
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COUNCIL MEETING – AGENDA MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2019

Curve Lake Council Chambers Call to Order, Opening Prayer and/or Smudge, Eagle Staff AcknowledgementAgenda ReviewDelegates: a) Julie Kaprika & Kaitlin ...
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HISTORIC ACCORD SIGNED BETWEEN FIRST NATIONS AND MUNICIPALITIES

(CURVE LAKE, ONTARIO, November 4, 2019) Lang Pioneer Village was the site of the historic “Ezhi-Wiijikiwendiyang,” also known as the ...
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CLFN’s KATIE YOUNG-HADDLESEY CAPTURES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OFFICER OF THE YEAR AWARD

Curve Lake First Nation would like to congratulate Katie Young-Haddlesey on her Cando award for best Economic Development Officer of ...
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***CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER

Check out all the wonderful events and activities in the Curve Lake community. https://www.curvelakefirstnation.ca/event-calendar/2019-11/ ...
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OSHKIIGMONG EARLY LEARNING CENTRE

Due to a shortage of RECEs and Casual staff, the Centre was not accepting any new registrations for children in ...
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ROTARY YOUTH EXCHANGE

WHAT IS A ROTARY YOUTH EXCHANGE? Information Session-Thurs. Nov 7th, 2019 @ 6:30 P.M. Interviews-Wed. Nov. 13th, 2019 @ 6:30 ...
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FREE WOOD FOR CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION MEMBERS

The wood is located at the new subdivision (Lot 12 &13) and has been downed, cut into logs and stockpiled ...
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ANISHINABEK POLICE SERVICE JOB VACANCY – CONSTABLE

TITLE: FRONTLINE OFFICERRANK: CONSTABLESTATUS: PERMANENTREPORTS TO: INSPECTOR SOUTH REGION LOCATION: MAGNETAWAN F.N. ACCOUNTABLE TO: CHIEF OF POLICEHOURLY RATE: AS PER ...
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TENDER NOTICE

Vermeer BC600 XL Wood ChipperBand Members OnlySubject to Reserve Price 1000 L Diesel Storage Tank with Hand PumpOpen to EveryoneNOT ...
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PETERBOROUGH HEALTH AND COMMUNITY CARE PARTNERS SUBMIT FULL OHT APPLICATION

PETERBOROUGH AMONG 31 COMMUNITIES SELECTED TO SUBMIT FULL APPLICATION FROM MORE THAN 150 SELF-ASSESSMENTS SUBMITTED EARLIER THIS YEAR (Peterborough, ON) ...
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ROAD CLOSURE TO REPLACE BRIDGE: WASHAGO AT COUCHICHING LOCK 42 TRENT-SEVERN WATERWAY NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

Peterborough, Ontario, October 21, 2019 – Parks Canada would like to inform the public that, in the coming months, contractors ...
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***FRAUD ALERT***

Dear CLFN Community, We have reports of fraudulent phone calls being made from individuals claiming to be from Revenue Canada ...
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2018-19 RATES OF INFLUENZA IMMUNIZATION FOR LOCAL HEALTHCARE WORKERS EXCEED PROVINCIAL MEDIAN Healthcare Worker Immunization Critical to Creating “Ring of Immunity”

Peterborough Public Health’s annual report on healthcare worker (HCW) flu shot rates shows more healthcare workers are choosing to receive ...
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***IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR FEDERAL ELECTION

Chiefs of Ontario have published an important essay entitled"Towards a New Relationship: A Discussion Paper of First Nations Election Priorities." ...
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PETERBOROUGH PUBLIC HEALTH – BOARD OF HEALTH MEETING SUMMARY

Hiawatha First Nation Update Sharon Wilshaw, Capital Project Coordinator, provided an update on the work underway to build the New ...
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SPECIAL BULLETIN

The Anishinabek Police Service has been notified of incidents involving fraud/scams through telephone calls. Members of our community have received ...
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ANISHINABEK NATION REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS ANISHINABEK NATION- STRATEGIC PLANNING CONSULTANT

The Anishinabek Nation directed by Resolution #2018-30 is committed to advancing equality and providing supports for one of our most ...
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CANADA DELAYS JUSTICE FOR FIRST NATIONS CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

ANISHINABEK NATION HEAD OFFICE (October 15, 2019) – Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Glen Hare says he is extremely disappointed ...
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***UPDATE TO GAMING REVENUE FUND COMMITTEE

We thank all applicants that applied for the GRF Committee. It is important to note that one must be nominated ...
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MEET THE FEDERAL CANDIDATES FOR THE PETERBOROUGH RIDING

Curve Lake First NationCommunity Centre20 Whetung St. East Thursday, October 10, 2019beginning at 6:00 p.m. All are welcome! ...
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PIGEON LAKE WILD RICE UPDATE

Check out a recent article in Peterborough This Week about the latest in the Manoomin dispute in Pigeon Lake. https://www.mykawartha.com/news-story/9610931-analysis-wild-rice-dispute-will-end-on-terms-of-first-nations/?fbclid=iwar3sdwdbaxgrcelak9xwktipa0bjgmmfrtrjslwfglyag0enoightkwx8ki ...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 20% WATER CONSERVATION URGED AS OTONABEE REGION WATER RESPONSE TEAM DECLARES LEVEL 2 LOW WATER CONDITION

Peterborough ON (October 3, 2019) The Otonabee Region Water Response Team (WRT) is issuing a Level 2 Low Water Condition ...
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OTONABEE CONSERVATION FACT SHEET

Water saving tips and measures that you can do - every day! Water is a Shared Resource We all depend ...
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CUPE STRIKE UPDATE

Oct. 3, 2019 The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) has announced a full withdrawal of service to go into ...
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HEALTH CANADA – HEALTH EFFECTS OF CANNABIS

There are both potential therapeutic uses for and potentialhealth risks of using cannabis (marijuana). A chemical calleddelta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is responsible ...
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OCTOBER EVENTS

Take a look at our calendar for a list of all the wonderful things happening in Curve Lake for the ...
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WILLIAMS TREATY DEADLINE AND INFORMATION

Important notice regarding William’s Treaty Per Capita Distribution As per motion below, to be eligible for the William’s Treaty Settlement ...
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CLFN COUNCILLOR, SEAN CONWAY DISCUSSES THE IMPORTANCE OF VOTING IN CBC ARTICLE

https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/hiawatha-curve-lake-federal-byelection-1.5290370 ...
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CLFN COMMITTEE FAIR 2019 PRESENTATIONS (VIDEO)

Committee Fair September 12, 2019 Post-Presentations Summary Member acknowledges the importance of Louise Musgrave’s past work within the Education Committee ...
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CANNABIS ENGAGEMENT SESSION

COMMUNITY NOTICE On October 17, 2018 cannabis became legal in Canada, and with legalization CLFN is faced with a number ...
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10% WATER CONSERVATION URGED AS OTONABEE CONSERVATION DECLARES LEVEL 1 LOW WATER CONDITION

Peterborough ON (September 11, 2019) Otonabee Conservation is issuing a Level 1 low water condition declaration for the entire watershed ...
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ORANGE SHIRT DAY

September 30, 2019 T-Shirts are $9.95 + Free Standard Shipping. Proceeds will go to Jordan's Principles Campaign through the First ...
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COMMITTEE FAIR 2019

Chief and Council would like to thank everyone who came out to the Committee Fair last Thursday and look forward ...
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WHITE PATH PROGRAM FOR ADULTS

Starting October 3rd 2019 from 5-9PM The program will be hosted every Thursday evening at the former Seniors building. This ...
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MENTAL HEALTH OUTREACH WORKER

Courtney Taylor PROFILE Aaniin CONTACT 705-657-2557 ext. 405 CourtneyT@curvelake.ca My name is Courtney Taylor and I am from Curve Lake ...
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SPECIAL EDUCATION SHARING FORUM CONNECTING EDUCATIONAL PRACTICES TO STUDENT GROWTH

October 22 & 23, 2019 Delta by Marriott, 2240 Sleeping Giant Parkway, Thunder Bay For More Information: Holly Golabek Education ...
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INVASIVE SPECIES AND FISHERIES ACT WORKSHOPS

Please mark your calendars for an information session on invasive species and the updated Fisheries Act changes with representatives from ...
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PA DAY ACTIVITY

Friday September 27, 2019 10am-3pm Wild Rice HarvestingAges 8-18 Please contact Lionel at the Health Centre705-657-2557 ...
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MEN’S WELLNESS GROUP

Every Wednesday at 6:00 PMOld Seniors BuildingGuest Facilitator Craig Brochmann comes every second Wednesday Dinner Provided All men are welcomed ...
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FIRST AID AND CPR TRAINING

October 26-27, 20199 AM-5 PMCurve Lake Health Centre Successful participants will receive their Canadian Red Cross Standard First Aid & ...
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IF YOU CARE ABOUT FOOD, VOTE FOR IT!

A Dinner and Discussion About Food and How Policies We Vote for Make a Difference With the federal election around ...
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IPAC LAPSE AT KAWARTHA ENDODONTICS IN PETERBOROUGH

Although Risk is Low, Patients Advised to Contact Their Healthcare Provider to Discuss Testing for Bloodborne Infections Peterborough Public Health ...
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR HUMAN TRAFFICKING FEASIBILITY STUDY

Greetings First Nation Leadership, In the spirit of advocating for healthy communities, the Chiefs of Ontario First Nation Women’s Caucus ...
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AVIATION TRAINING TAKES FLIGHT AT FANSHAWE COLLEGE

Province Approves New Commercial Flight and Aviation Leadership Program September 13, 2019 12:30 P.M. Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities ...
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***ANISHINABEK NATION PRESS RELEASE*** CHRT RULING A STEP TOWARDS JUSTICE FOR FIRST NATIONS CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

ANISHINABEK NATION HEAD OFFICE (September 12, 2019) – Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Glen Hare says that the recent Canadian ...
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CLFN’S KATIE YOUNG-HADDLESEY NOMINATED

Congratulations to Curve Lake First Nation's very own Katie Young-Haddlesey in her nomination for this year's Cando Economic Developer of ...
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ANISHINABEK NATION YOUTH NOMINATED FOR THE “CHANGEMAKER” INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN’S PEACE PRIZE

Chief Water Commission for the Anishinabek Nation, Autumn Peltier has been nominated for the “changemaker” International #ChildrensPeacePrize by the David ...
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***COMMUNITY NOTICE***

Dear Curve Lake First Nation Community, Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) has not provided Curve Lake First Nation with Certificate of ...
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INDIGENOUS DISPUTE RESOLUTION & RECONCILIATION FORUM

September 30, 2019 9am-4:30pm Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment and Training 167 Gerrard Street East, Toronto, Ontario Forum Theme: Building a ...
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STORIES OF OUR ROOTS

There are only a few spots remaining!! Registration has been extended to Thursday, September 12th, 2019. Please contact Chiefs of ...
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***JOB OPPORTUNITY*** MISSISSAUGA NATION – INTERGOVERNMENTAL LIAISON (EXTENDED)

This position provides support to Mississauga Nation Chiefs and Council with intergovernmental affairs, political advocacy and advisory on matters related ...
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***JOB OPPORTUNITY*** MISSISSAUGA NATION – COORDINATOR LIAISON (EXTENDED)

Mississauga Nation Coordinator Liaison will provide support to CURVE LAKE First Nation Council for Mississauga Nation activities. Mississauga Nation Coordinator ...
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CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION COMMITTEE FAIR

September 12, 2019 at the Community Centre Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM - Drop-in 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM ...
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BACK TO SCHOOL LUNCHES

Check out a great video on packing healthy school lunches presented by Peterborough Public Health. Please click on the following ...
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MISSISSAUGA NATION CHIEFS MEETING

Thursday, September 19, 2019 at the Curve Lake First Nation Community Centre 9 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. - Mississauga Nation ...
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COMMITTEE FAIR APPLICATION FORM

All applications must be accompanied with a resume and submitted by October 1st, 2019 ...
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WILLS & ESTATE SERVICES

Thursdays and Fridays 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. Government Services Building For more information or to book an appointment please call:705-657-8045 ...
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Curve Lake Annual Traditional Pow Wow 2019: September 21-22, Celebration of Waabaabagaa Giizis “Leaves Changing Colour Moon”

Drug and Alcohol Free EventLancewood Park,70 Whetung St E, Curve Lake, ON Admission: Students, Children (6-12) & Seniors (65+): $5.00 ...
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***REMINDER*** CANNABIS ENGAGEMENT SESSION

On October 17, 2018 cannabis became legal in Canada, and with legalization CLFN is faced with a number of opportunities ...
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ROBINSON HURON TREATY GATHERING

September 13-15, 2019 Hosted by Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territoryat Nimkii Bineshii Kaaning, Kaboni Road, WiikwemkoongSunrise Ceremony Feast Guest Speakers Traditional Activities ...
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LEARNING ON THE LAND

Ambe Anishinaabemo - Learning On The Land Immersion Weekend September 7, 8 2019 Meet us at the Curve Lake Cultural ...
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PAINT NIGHT

PAINT NIGHT September 11, 2019, 5-8 P.M. @ Curve Lake Health CenterSnacks and drinks will be provided. 15 spots available ...
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POSITIVE OUTCOMES FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN WITH REMOVAL OF GENDER-BASED DISCRIMINATION FROM INDIAN ACT

ANISHINABEK NATION HEAD OFFICE (August 21, 2019) Canada has updated the Indian Registration System to eliminate the long-standing gender-based discrimination ...
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WILD RICE HABITAT AND SPECIES SURVEY ON CHEMONG LAKE BEGINS TODAY

The Anishinabek/Ontario Fisheries Resource Centre (A/OFRC), in partnership with Curve Lake First Nation, will be continuing to monitor wild rice ...
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M’CHIGEENG TRADITIONAL 32ND ANNUAL POW WOW LABOUR DAY WEEKEND 2019

August 31st – September 1st This year’s theme is ‘Honouring the Creation.’ We must try our best to create a ...
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FINAL CALL FOR FORUM PRESENTATION ABSTRACTS FOR THE 14TH ANNUAL CHIEFS OF ONTARIO HEALTH FORUM

February 25- 27, 2020 Toronto, Ontario Does your community have a great story to tell? We are accepting applications for ...
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Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre 3rd Annual Youth Pow Wow August 24, 2019, 12:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M.

Regent Park North Big Park620 Dundas Street EastToronto, Ontario Adult Male Head Dancer - Mathew RutledgeAdult Female Head Dancer - ...
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Mississaugas of the Credit 33rd Annual Three Fires Homecoming Pow Wow and Traditional Gathering August 24 & 25, 2019

Entertainment Night Featuring: Resillusion, Big Joe, Josh Miller, Mark Laforme and Dwayne Laforme! August 23, 2019 from 5:00 p.m. - ...
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Curve Lake First Nation Cultural Centre Nominated for the Kawartha Chamber Business Awards of Excellence

Award recipients will be announced at the 20th Annual Awards of Excellence & Social Gala on Thursday, October 10th at ...
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Construction Update

Dear Curve Lake First Nation Community, There will be a closure of the southbound lane at Gannon’s Narrows tomorrow from ...
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Pow Wow/Culture Committee

 Please bring your feast bundles and water bottles to the 2019 Curve Lake First Nation Pow Wow ...
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Vendor Information Pkg

Please see the attached Vendor Map and Pre- Registration package for this years Pow Wow! ...
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Request for Catering Bids

The Pow Wow Culture Committee Is seeking Catering Bids for SEPTEMBER 21 & 22, 2019 ...
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Pow Wow Information and Vendor Pkg

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Learning on the Land

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MEET THE CANDIDATES NEW DATE!!!

Meet the Candidates Postponed Poster ...
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Curve Lake Island & Shorelines clean up is being planned for this summer (June to August)

Would you be interested in volunteering for a clean up on the Curve Lake islands and shoreline during the summer ...
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Protector boxes for Mikinaak (turtle) are ready! Let’s help out our Mikinaak in Curve Lake!

Protector boxes are ready for Mikinaak (turtle) nests! If you see a turtle laying eggs or find a nest in ...
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Meet the Candidates 2019 – PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE!!!!

Meet the Candidates for the Curve Lake First Nation Chief and Council 2019 will be taking place on Saturday, June ...
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Curve Lake Land Use Survey – Give us your input and you could win a drone!

Curve Lake Lands Committee wants to hear from you! To take the survey, please visit -https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/curvelakelanduse Curve Lake First Nation, ...
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Curve Lake First Nation – Notice of Nomination

Click here for the Notice of Nomination & Nomination Forms ...
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Curve Lake First Nation Members Update

Important announcement from Chief Williams regarding General Manager Stephen Conway Click here: Communique to Community ...
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Request for Proposals (RFP) – Development of Compensation Strategy Tools for Sustainability – February 2019

Curve Lake First Nation (CLFN) is seeking proposals from qualified consultants to develop and design essential tools to aid Administration ...
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Expand your gardening skills while helping our WATER!

The Curve Lake First Nation Lands Department is offering five spots to interested Curve Lake First Nation members to participate ...
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Request for Proposals (RFP) – For the Upcoming Curve Lake First Nation 2019 Election

Curve Lake First Nation requires the services of an Electoral Officer for the upcoming 2019 Election of Chief and Council ...
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Members Information Meeting Notice – Jan 22, 2019

Members Information Meeting Notice - January 22 2019 ANISHINABEK NATION RESTORATION OF JURISDICTION UPDATE Representatives from the Union of Ontario ...
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Request for Proposal (RFP) – Curve Lake First Nation Comprehensive Community plan

Curve Lake First Nation is currently accepting proposals to conduct a comprehensive community plan. The existing plan was completed in ...
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Request for Proposal – Community Consultation Regarding Cannabis

All First Nations need to develop a position on the legalization of Cannabis. At this point we are seeking the ...
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Request for Proposal – Detailed Drawing of Commercial Centre

Curve Lake First Nation is currently accepting proposals to develop detailed drawings for a new commercial centre to be located ...
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Lands – Buy & Sell Board

The Lands Department has made a buy and sell land board for Curve Lake First Nation members to use to ...
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Sixties Scoop – Individual Payment Application Form

The Federal Government of Canada and certain survivors of the Sixties Scoop have reached a settlement of class action lawsuits ...
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Important Membership Information

The Membership Clerk is responsible for issuing status cards to eligible members and status non-member under the Indian Act. Hours ...
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Notice of Cancellation – Safe Travels Program

October 24th, 2018 Safe Travels Program It is with sadness that we announce the cancellation of the Safe Travels program ...
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Peterborough Public Health to Close Travel Clinic

Peterborough Public Health to Close Travel Clinic Most Travel Vaccinations Available Through Pharmacies and Healthcare Providers Peterborough Public Health announced ...
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Low Water Conditions Persist – 10% Water Conservation Encouraged

LOW WATER CONDITIONS PERSIST ~ 10% WATER CONSERVATION ENCOURAGED Posted on October 18, 2018 With precipitation receipts below normal over the ...
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Community Dental Health Clinic Celebrates Relation to Jackson Square

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, October 16, 2018, Peterborough Community Dental Health Clinic Celebrates Relocation to Jackson Square New Clinic Brings ...
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Notice from TASS – Progress Reports & Parent Teacher Interviews

Attention Parents of Students who attend TASS. Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School Progress Report Cards will be sent home on ...
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Pumpkin Carving Contest

It's time to carve up some ghoulish creations out of pumpkin! Bring your carved pumpkin to the annual Community Halloween ...
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2018 Gee Gee Man Contest

It's that time of year again...Gee Gee Man Contest! Call the Curve Lake Health Centre at 705-657-2557 to notify the ...
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Septic Pump Outs – Septic Remediation Program

Septic Pump Outs - October 30th & 31st, and November 1st, 2018 The intent of this program is to address ...
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Safety First – Be Seen!

Please take precautions while out walking/running during the early mornings and evenings as it becomes dark. Be seen by wearing ...
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Osprey Bay Naming Proposal – Seeking Input from Curve Lake

I am writing on behalf of retired Head Councillor Keith Knott, who is a member of the Ontario Geographic Names ...
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Thanksgiving Holiday Closure – Curve Lake First Nation

The Curve Lake First Nation Government Services and Buildings will be CLOSED for Thanksgiving Holiday on Monday, October 8th, 2018 ...
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Curve Lake Market Evaluation

Nourish and Curve Lake First Nation Economic Development has been working together to set up a Market to increase access ...
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Notice of Vote – Community Approval Vote – Per Capita Distribution of Williams Treaties Settlement Funds

NOTICE OF COMMUNITY APPROVAL VOTE VOTE DATE - October 27th, 2018 TO:      THE MEMBERS OF THE CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION ...
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Canada, Ontario and Williams Treaties First Nations reach negotiated settlement agreement for Alderville Litigation

From: Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada News release September 13, 2018 - Ottawa, ON - Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs ...
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Traditional Jingle Dress Project with Mental Health & Wellness Team

The Community Healing & Wellness Worker along with NNADAP worker will be taking on a yearlong project starting on September ...
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The Reward Store – created by the Recreation Department

The Recreation Department has created a Reward Store. What does this mean? Certain programs that are offered through the Recreation ...
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Open House to meet & greet with the Curve Lake First Nation Mental Health & Wellness Team

The Curve Lake Mental Health and Wellness team wish to invite community members along with staff to our open house ...
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Call for Nominations – Indigenous Advisory Committee

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency is looking for individuals with expertise and knowledge in any one of the following areas: ...
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Curve Lake Community Reading Tutor Program needs YOU!

Curve Lake School needs your help for our Community Reading Tutors Program! NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED - full training and support ...
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Osh Ga Moog Variety expansion in Curve Lake First Nation

For Immediate Release “A dream come true” Osh Ga Moog Variety expansion Curve Lake, ON (September 4 2018) – This ...
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Dam Repairs at Lock 23 & 24 – Otonabee River, North of Peterborough

Parks Canada is proposing to replace the Dam 23 & 24 and fish and fish habitat will be impacted by ...
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We Need Your Help – Join Habitat for Humanity and help us build 2 homes in partnership with Curve Lake First Nation

Join Habitat for Humanity and help build 2 homes in partnership with Curve Lake First Nation. Who we are Habitat ...
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Request for Proposals – Community Approval Vote Officer

Request for Proposals - Community Approval Vote Officer For the Upcoming Curve Lake First Nation Williams Treaty Per Capita Distribution ...
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Anishinabek Police Special Bulletin – Suspicious Vehicles in Curve Lake

 The Anishinabek Police Service have been notified of incidents involving suspicious vehicles within our community.  As a result of recent ...
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Curve Lake First Nation aims to set new standards for First Nation Archaeology field liaisons with unique training program

Back row (L to R): Charday James, Dan Smith, Gregory Conway, Brian Paudash, Dana Sliwa, Dixie Myra Shilling, Elder Doug ...
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Swimming Lessons – YMCA Central East Ontario Balsillie Family Branch

YMCA Central East Ontario Balsillie Family Branch - Swimming Lessons Lessons will be September 17th to December 2nd on a ...
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Do You Enjoy Recreational Activities On The Water or Land?

If so, this item is perfect for you! Now you can enjoy going out on the boat or even a ...
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Level 1 Condition Calls For 10% Water Conservation

LEVEL 1 LOW WATER CONDITION REMAINS IN EFFECT Posted on August 15, 2018 Due to persistent high temperatures, precipitation deficits and ...
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Request For Proposals – Tourism & Accommodation Feasibility Study

Curve Lake First Nation is currently accepting proposals for the development of a Tourism and Accommodation Feasibility Study. This is ...
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Pow Wow Fundraiser – Debi Fitzgerald Painting

Win a beautiful painting by Debi Fitzgerald while supporting the Curve Lake Pow Wow! Tickets at $10 each and are ...
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Non Insured Health Benefits – Updates July 2018

Dental Benefit Information The Orthodontic Policy has been updated to include a Modified LD Index within the criteria for orthodontic ...
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Small Business Centre Upgrades

As you are likely aware, the Small Business Centre is undergoing some changes. What you may not be aware that ...
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Call for Housing Committee Members

The Housing Committee is seeking a community representative to join their Committee.  Committee Information The Housing Committee is a Committee ...
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Wild Rice Habitat & Species Survey on Buckhorn Lake – A/OFRC News Release

The Anishinabek/Ontario Fisheries Resource Centre (A/OFRC) in partnership with Curve Lake First Nation, will be continuing to monitor wild rice ...
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Request for Proposal – Development of Compensation Strategy Tools For Sustainability

Curve Lake First Nation (CLFN) is seeking proposals from qualified consultants to develop and design essential tools to aid Administration ...
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Lance Wood Park & Henry’ Gamiing – OPEN for Swimming – July 26th, 2018

The beach results by the Peterborough Public Health Unit are in and Lance Wood Park is now open for swimming ...
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Burn Ban Update – July 27th, 2018

UPDATE: Burn Ban still in Effect throughout Selwyn Township, *Small campfires are NOW permitted, so long as there is a water ...
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Seniors Medical Transportation now available in Curve Lake!

Seniors Medical Transportation is now available for Curve Lake members (55 or older) to access medical services on reserve such ...
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Call out for CLFN Pow Wow – Catering Bids, Volunteers and Head Dancers (Adult & Youth)

The Pow Wow/Culture Committee is gearing up for the annual Curve Lake Pow Wow on September 15th & 16th, 2018 ...
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Gchi Miigwech – Aboriginal Day Event Participants

Gchi Miigwech to all the Aboriginal Day Event Participants Williams Outfitters for the boat tours The Aboriginal Day planning group ...
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Student Absence Reporting/Safe Arrival is Changing – KPRDSB

New Phone Number, Web Address, Phone App Coming for Reporting Absences At KPR, student safety is our highest priority, and ...
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Rapid Access Addictions Medicine Clinic – Now Open!

Clinic Hours:  Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8:00 am to 11:00 am Location: 159 King St., Suite 302 (co-located with PARN) ...
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Total Fire Ban in effect as of July 10th, 2018 for Selwyn Township & Curve Lake First Nation

Total Burn Ban in Effect! Due the extreme dryness in the area a total BURN BAN is in effect for ...
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Do you fish near or at Hurdons Earth Dam (Peterborough) or Talbot Dam – Lock 38 (near Rama)?

Parks Canada is repairing the Hurdons Earth Dam due to deterioration (in Peterborough) and repairing by expanding the size of ...
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Notice – CLFN School playground is inaccessible during summer months

Please be aware that the Curve Lake First Nation School playground will be inaccessible for the summer months as the ...
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Rental Applications – Housing Department

Introduction We are excited to share the upcoming housing projects underway, to address the need for affordable housing within the ...
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Canada Day Holiday Closure – Curve Lake First Nation Government Services & Buildings

The Curve Lake First Nation Government Services & Buildings will be CLOSED on Monday, July 2nd, 2018 for the Canada ...
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Curve Lake Task Force – Notice to Community

June 27, 2018 Curve Lake Task Force members are warning people of suspicious activity in the village after young girls ...
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CLFN Buildings & Offices are CLOSED for National Indigenous Day – June 21st, 2018

Curve Lake First Nation Buildings and Offices will be CLOSED on Thursday, June 21st, 2018 for the National Indigenous Day ...
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Golf Membership are now available at Katchiwano Golf & County Club for CLFN members

Curve Lake First Nation members can golf at Katchiwano Golf & Country Club under the CLFN Golf Memberships that were ...
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Request For Proposal (RFP) – Curve Lake Water Treatment System Consulting Engineering Services

Curve Lake First Nation (CLFN) is seeking proposals from qualified consultants to provide project engineering services in the development of ...
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Job Readiness & Needs Assessment Survey – Give your input on what employment training is needed in the community!

The Employment Resource Centre is conducting this survey to gather information from Curve Lake First Nation members to identify the ...
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Add your business to the Curve Lake Business Directory!

The Economic Development along with the Employment Resource Centre are compiling a directory of businesses owned by Curve Lake First ...
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Curve Lake Cottages are now available for rent from June to Thanksgiving

Curve Lake First Nation will be renting out the Buckhorn View and Chemong View Cottagers from June till Thanksgiving! NEW ...
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Septic Remediation Program – Pump-out dates have been set, call to book your septic pump out!

The Septic Remediation Program dates have been set for the septic pumps in Curve Lake; June 26 to 28th and ...
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Elections Ontario Polling Station in Curve Lake First Nation

Election Ontario - Polling Station in Curve Lake First Nation Election Day: June 7, 2018 Location: Curve Lake F.N. Government ...
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Summer Student Employment Opportunities for Curve Lake First Nation

2018 SUMMER STUDENT POSITIONS APPLICATION DEADLINE IS: 12:00 PM on Friday, June 15, 2018 As outlined in the Curve Lake ...
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Call out for Catering Bids – Aboriginal Day 2018

The Curve Lake First Nation Aboriginal Day planning group is requesting catering bids for a community dinner on Thursday, June ...
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REPOST – 2018 Senior Summer Student Employment Opportunities

**REPOSTING** 2018 SENIOR SUMMER STUDENT POSITIONS APPLICATION DEADLINE IS: 12:00 PM on Friday, June 1st, 2018 As outlined in the ...
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Maple syrup is ready! Members can pick up on May 25th at 10 am to 2 pm

We had a very plentiful and successful few weeks in the Community Sugarbush. What a great first year! We hope ...
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Summer Swimming Lession – YMCA Central East Ontario Balsillie Family Branch

Lessons will be July 3rd to August 26th on a weekly basis. Lesson fill quickly and will be on a ...
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NOTICE – Phone service disruption at Curve Lake Medical Centre & Oshkiigmong Early Learning Centre

Please be advised that the phone system for the Curve Lake Medical Clinic and Oshkiigmong Early Learning Centre is experiencing ...
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Phone line issues – Oshkimong Early Learning Centre – May 9th, 2018

Please be advised that the phone system for the Oshkigmong Early Learning Centre is experiencing difficulties receiving phone calls and ...
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Heritage & Archaeological Training Program

Would you like to become an Archaeological Field Technician? Archaeology is the study of human activity through the recovery and ...
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Curve Lake First Nation is now accepting applications for Senior Summer Student Opportunities

2018 SENIOR SUMMER STUDENT POSITIONS APPLICATION DEADLINE IS: 12:00 PM on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - Click here for the ...
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NEW Youth Recreation Fund (Formerly Youth Activity Initiative Fund and Recreation Incentive Fund)

There will be now one form under the Youth Recreation Fund with two separate streams to apply to: Stream 1 ...
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Fundraising Team for Community/School Gym & Library is looking for a donation of a fundraiser tracker in the shape of a feather…. HELP US SOAR!

The Fundraising Team for the Community/School Gymnasium and library is looking for someone (or a team) to donate materials and build ...
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New Simplified Application Process for Gaming Revenue Fund

The Gaming Revenue Fund guidebook and application process has undergone some recent changes; the statement of intent, multiple guidebooks, and ...
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Earth Day Community Clean-up

Gchi Miigwetch to the families who came out and cleaned up the community. We had many volunteers that enjoyed the ...
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Golf Membership – NOT AVAILABLE IN 2018

The Recreation Department is unable to offer the Golf Memberships at Katchiwano Golf & Country Club this summer. We apologize ...
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The Education Committee is looking for feedback on the draft CLFN Post-Secondary Policy

The Education Committee is looking for feedback on the draft Post-Secondary Policy click here for draft Post Secondary Policy Once ...
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Notice – Moratorium on Cannabis Sales in Curve Lake First Nation

April 24th, 2018 Notice – Moratorium on Cannabis Sales in Curve Lake First Nation On April 16th, 2018, the Chief ...
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Income Tax Clinic – April 21st, 2018

The Community Volunteer Income Tax Program will be hosting an income tax clinic on Saturday, April 21st, 2018 from 10 am ...
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FLOOD WARNING UPDATE – APRIL 16TH, 2018 – OTONABEE REGION CONSERVATION AUTHORITY

FLOOD WARNING – UPDATE Posted on April 16, 2018 Otonabee Conservation advises that the Flood Warning issued on Saturday, April 14, ...
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Notice to Community – April 16th, 2018

Monday, April 16th, 2018 NOTICE TO COMMUNITY The Curve Lake First Nation Community Centre is OPEN to anyone in the ...
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We want to hear from you! Take a moment to give your input on your use of bottled water

The Curve Lake First Nation Lands Department along with the Environmental & Climate Change Committee would like to hear your ...
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Tender for Purchase – 1995 International DT466 Dump Truck

April 11th, 2018 - TENDER CALL 1995 International DT466 Dump Truck Tender for Purchase will be accepted at the Government ...
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Request for Proposals – Design Build (Deadline date amended to May 7th, 2018)

Curve Lake First Nation (CLFN) is seeking request for proposals from interested parties for the construction of seven detached residential ...
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First Nation Conservation Program begin delivery of energy efficient appliances to Curve Lake

Please be aware that those in the community who participated in the Energy Efficient Upgrades through the First Nation Conservation ...
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“Adventure in Understanding” Canoe Trip is looking for Youth!

Youth between 16 to 18 from Curve Lake are welcome to participate in the annual Adventure in Understanding canoe trip. The ...
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Dental Hygiene Services now available at the Curve Lake Health Centre!

Introducing Dental Hygiene Services at the Health Centre! A Registered Dental Hygienist Cecilia Wasylyk will be available on Wednesdays and ...
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Are you ready for a new community/school gymnasium and public library?

If you are...please become a member of the Fundraising team! We need members willing to help us raise funds to ...
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CLFN Clinic Services return to regular hours

Memo to: Curve Lake Health Centre Clinic Patients From: Dr Jonathan Mallory and Health Centre Clinic Staff Date: April 4th, ...
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WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT – WATER SAFETY

Posted on April 3, 2018 Please be advised that Otonabee Conservation has issued a WATERSHED CONDITIONS STATEMENT – WATER SAFETY because existing conditions, such ...
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New Non-Insured Health Benefits (NHIB) Program Updates

Pharmacy Benefit Information NIHB Drug Exception Centre Now Taking Client Calls Updated Drug Benefit List Expanded Coverage for Treatment of ...
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Mental Health & Addictions program now have book lending cupboard available!

A book lending cupboard has been established through the mental health and addictions programs at the Curve Lake Health Centre ...
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Curve Lake School needs your help for our Community Reading Tutors Program!

Curve Lake School needs your help for our Community Reading Tutors Program! NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED! Full training and support are ...
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Curve Lake Business Alliance – Golf Memberships 2018

CURVE LAKE BUSINESS ALLIANCE (CLBA) - GOLF MEMBERSHIP 2018 TAMARAC GOLF CLUB has agreed to support Curve Lake again this ...
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GET YOUR WATER TESTED! Total Coliforms found in Curve Lake Water

Total Coliforms found in Curve Lake Water! Get your water tested! Total Coliforms include bacteria that are found in the ...
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Rental of Room at (Old) Seniors Services Building

If you are looking for a quiet spot for your functions, we have a room available for rent at the ...
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Wellness Checks now available in Curve Lake First Nation

Curve Lake First Nation has a new program to help ensure the safety and security of individuals who are isolated ...
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Call for Community and Youth Representatives for Health & Family Services Committee

The Health and Family Services Committee is currently looking for the following new members to join this committee: Community Member ...
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Online voting available for Curve Lake First Nation members! Vote from your phone or computer!

Curve Lake First Nation is excited to share with you a new way to cast your vote in future elections, ...
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Community Volunteer Income Tax Program 2018

The CVITP (Community Volunteer Income Tax Program) is going to be running again this year for our members. This program ...
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Request for Proposals – Wigwam

Curve Lake First Nation is currently accepting proposals to build a traditional wigwam on the school premises – 65 Chemong ...
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Request For Proposals – Review of the Health & Family Services Department – Curve Lake First Nation

Curve Lake First Nation is currently accepting proposals to review the Health and Family Services Department. Request For Proposal - ...
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Safe Travels Program not operating on Family Day Holiday – Monday, February 19th, 2018

Please be advised that the Safe Travels Bus is not operating on Monday, February 19th, 2018 due to the Family Day ...
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Holiday Closure – Family Day – Monday, January 19th, 2018

Curve Lake First Nation Government Services Offices and Buildings will be closed for Monday, February 19th, 2018 for the Family ...
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First Nations & Municipalities Come Together!

For immediate release: February 16, 2017 First Nations and Municipalities Come Together! Today, representatives from Curve Lake First Nation, Hiawatha ...
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Request for Proposals – Curve Lake First Nation Elder’s Facility Feasibility Study

Curve Lake First Nation (CLFN) is seeking proposals from a qualified consultant or firm to prepare a comprehensive feasibility study ...
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The Energy Efficiency Initiative has extended the deadline for applications from residents in Curve Lake First Nation.

The Energy Efficiency Initiative has extended the deadline for applications from residents in Curve Lake First Nation.  Don't miss out ...
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Curve Lake First Nation works in collaboration with Peterborough County on Age-Friendly Plan!

The Age-friendly planning process is being led by the Peterborough Council on Aging. It is a community collaborative working to ...
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Curve Lake First Nation School Evaluation Survey is underway! We want your input!

The CLFN Education Department, with Brant Associates, is completing a Comprehensive School Evaluation on Curve Lake First Nation School. This ...
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Safe Travels Bus – ALL ROUTES CANCELLED – Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Please be advised that the Safe Travels Bus is CANCELLED for Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 due to the forecasted poor ...
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Curve Lake First Nation Buildings & Office CLOSED due to poor weather conditions – Monday, January 22nd, 2018

The Curve Lake First Nation Buildings & Offices are CLOSED from 12:30 pm on Monday, January 22nd, 2018 due to ...
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Safe Travels Bus – ALL ROUTES CANCELLED – Monday, January 22nd, 2018

Please be advised that the Safe Travels Bus is CANCELLED for Monday, January 22nd, 2018 due to the forecasted poor ...
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CLFN Member’s Meeting scheduled for January 20th, 2018 – POSTPONED

Please be advised that the Curve Lake First Nation Member's Meeting has been postponed to Saturday, January 27th, 2018 due ...
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Grief support available to Curve Lake First Nation community members and staff…

Victim Services is available for grief support to Curve Lake First Nation community members and staff on Thursday, January 18th ...
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Deadline extension on the Energy Efficiency Initiative – First Nation Conservation Program – Friday, January 26th, 2018

The Energy Efficiency Initiative has extended the deadline for applications from residents in Curve Lake First Nation.  Don't miss out ...
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Loans for New Housing Applications are due by Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

A reminder to Curve Lake First Nation members that the applications for Loans for New Housing are due by Wednesday, ...
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Curve Lake First Nation Buildings & Office CLOSED due to inclement weather conditions – Friday, January 12th, 2018

The Curve Lake First Nation Buildings & Offices are CLOSED from 12 pm on Friday, January 12th, 2018 due to ...
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Safe Travels Bus – All Routes CANCELLED – Friday, January 12th, 2018

Please be advised that the Safe Travels Bus is CANCELLED for Friday, January 12th, 2018 due to the forecasted inclement ...
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Curve Lake First Nation is on YouTube!

Curve Lake First Nation has a channel on YouTube, subscribe to receive notifications when new videos are posted! Curve Lake ...
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Safe Travels Bus – Cancelled for January 8th, 2018 due to inclement weather

Please be advised that the Safe Travels Bus is CANCELLED for Monday, January 8th, 2018 due to inclement weather. Sorry ...
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Monthly passes available for Safe Travels Program!

The Safe Travels program is well underway, the rates are now in effect as of January 2nd, 2018. There are ...
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Curve Lake Cultural Centre is seeking story tellers…

The Curve Lake Cultural Centre is working on language initiatives in the community. One of the projects for the 2018 ...
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We want to hear from you on Climate Change!

Curve Lake First Nation is seeking input on Climate Change from the Curve Lake community! Kyle Chivers, Climate Adaptation Liaison ...
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Have your say on languages with the Indigenous Languages Initiative online survey!

The Assembly of First Nations is convening engagement sessions regarding the Indigenous Languages Act as announced by Prime Minister Justin ...
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Lakefield District Public School is ready to go January 8th, 2018!

The new location for the Lakefield District Public School is ready to go on beginning in the New Year! Students ...
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Christmas Shutdown – Curve Lake First Nation

The Christmas Shutdown for the Curve Lake First Nation Buildings and Services will be on Friday, December 22nd, 2017 at ...
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Government Services Building – Temporary Closure – Monday, December 18th, 2017

The Government Services Building is CLOSED for Monday, December 18th, 2017 due to heating issues. The Ontario Works office will ...
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Safe Travels Program will continue in Curve Lake!

Following a successful trial period, it has been determined that the Safe Travels program will continue in Curve Lake! We ...
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Our Land Our Stories is seeking stories for a Seniors Legacy Project by Wabano Centre

Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health is looking for indigenous seniors from across Canada to share their story to be published in ...
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Energy Efficiency Initiative – First Nation Conservation Program – Hydro One available in Curve Lake!

Don't miss out on your chance to participate in Free energy-efficient upgrades, such as light bulbs, appliances and more, are ...
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Christmas Hamper – Now Accepting Applications

The Health Centre is now accepting applications for the Christmas Hamper 2017. This program is open to any status Curve ...
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Call for Community Representatives – Communication Committee

The Communication Committee is a committee appointed by and under the direction of Council, established to develop a strategy that ...
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Call for Community Representatives – Chief & Council Honoraria Policy & Procedure Committee

The Committee is formed to develop the policy and procedure for Chief and Council Honoraria. Committee members include staff, Councillor ...
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Affordable Senior Living in Curve Lake – Newly Built Homes

November 22nd, 2017 Two bedrooms, fully accessible Senior homes - Occupancy January 1, 2018. Energy efficient construction, beyond industry standards ...
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Anishinabek Police Service – Special Bulletin – Vandalism

November 22nd, 2017 The Anishinabek Police Service Curve Lake Detachment is appealing for your assistance. On November 13, 2017, between ...
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Notice – Community Meeting – Annual General Update

Council will be hosting a community meeting to provide an update to you on the various topics including those listed ...
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Elders Centre Update on Developments

The first meeting of the “Team” was held Wednesday, March 8, 2016, where we discussed activities and planning that had ...
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Call out for First Nation vendors at OPG Darlington Nuclear Aboriginal Day Celebrations!

Would you like to set up a Vendor/ Information Booth at this year’s Darlington Nuclear Information Centre Aboriginal Day Celebration? ...
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