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Whitefish River First Nation
Youth Program

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Description
  • Offers services and support to promote the youth in the community
  • Acts as a voice for the youth and endeavours to improve communication amongst the youth
  • Serves as a link between the youth and the government of the community
  • Supports youth in planning and leading community events
  • Coordinates regular activities and events for the children and youth of the community, often at the Shawanosowe School gym and the Seven Fires Youth & Elders Centre
  • Encourages attendance at area youth workshops and conferences
  • Plans and supervises Right To Play Fun nights for younger children and Right To Play Program activities for youth

Activities and services can include but are not limited to:
  • Craft making sessions
  • Games
  • Movie nights
  • Outdoor winter/summer events such as Shiver Fest
  • Sports/recreation events such as basketball and hockey
  • Skating Nights
  • Youth drop-in nights
Comments
Tribal Council: United Chiefs & Councils of Mnidoo Mnising (UCCMM)Political Territorial Organization: Union of Ontario Indians (UOI)Robinson-Huron Treaty
Eligibility
Members of Whitefish River First Nation

Right To Play Fun Nights: children 7-13 years of age Right To Play Program: youth 14 years of age and over
Application Process
Registration for activities recommended
Fees
None
Accessibility
Fully Accessible
Legal Status
(10) Local Government ; (50) Non Profit
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211 Ontario North
Last Verified On April 12, 2018

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