Michipicoten First Nation
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Description
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
Comments
Not affiliated with a Tribal Council
Political 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
Eligibility
Members of Michipicoten First Nation
Application Process
Call for information
Fees
None
Accessibility
Not Accessible
Legal Status
(10) Local Government ; (50) Non Profit
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211 Ontario North
Last Verified On July 29, 2019

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