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Michipicoten First Nation

Operates a self government and is responsible for the day to day operations of the First Nation
  • Offers residential facilities of 27 occupied houses and one 10-unit apartment building
  • Hosts an annual week-long Youth & Elders' Gathering in August to promote the community and cultural awareness through ceremonies, teachings, traditional medicines and community feasts and events
  • Publishes a community newsletter once every 2 months
Offers the following programs and services:
  • Administration (Band Office)
  • Economic Development and Research
  • Education and Training Department
  • Family Support Worker Program
  • Family Well Being Program
  • Health Services
  • Health Services, Community Health Promotion Worker
  • Health Services, Community Health Representative
  • Housing Department
  • Michipicoten Public Library
  • Operations and Maintenance
  • Volunteer Fire Department
  • Water Treatment Plant
Not affiliated with a Tribal CouncilPolitical Territorial Organization: Union of Ontario Indians (UOI)Robinson-Superior Treaty
  • Main and most populated reserve is Gros Cap 49
  • Michipicoten First Nation Band experienced 5 forced moves causing significant disruption to the community; successful land agreement was negotiated in 2008 between both governments and Michipicoten FN
  • Michipicoten FN also has reserve lands located at Chapleau and Missanabie, Ont
Hours of Operation
Mon-Thu 8 am-4:30 pm, Fri 8 am-1:30 pm
Members of Michipicoten First Nation
Application Process
Call for information
Not Accessible
Legal Status
(10) Local Government ; (50) Non Profit
Agency Information
211 Ontario North
   Last Updated On November 5, 2019

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