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Fort William First Nation

Cultural Program


Description
  • Promotes Anishinaabe identity, language, history, and customs and values
  • Seeks to revitalize more of the traditional way of life for Fort William First Nation members
  • Collaborating currently with the Anemki Mountain Corp to build the Ojibway Interpretive Centre on Mount MacKay to promote own culture to members and visitors
Cultural programs and services include but are not limited to:
  • Conversational Ojibwe language classes
  • Drum groups such as Men's Drum Group and Women's Hand Drum Group
  • Drum making workshops and drum socials
  • Elder's groups
  • Pow Wows
  • Regalia making
  • Sweat lodges
  • Trapping, hunting and fishing
  • Young Leaders youth program
Eligibility
Members of Fort William First Nation
Application Process
Call for information
Toll Free
1-866-892-8687
Office
807-623-9543 - Band Office
Fax
807-623-5190
Web Site
https://fwfn.com/
Email
info@fwfn.com
Mailing Address
90 Anemki Dr
Suite 200
Fort William First Nation, ON, P7J 1L3
Canada
Languages
English
Contact
Gail Bannon, Culture and Recreation Coordinator
Email: GailRBannon@fwfn.com
Phone: 807-623-2089
Fees
None
Documents Required
No documents required
Accessibility
Partially Accessible - Entrance -- Not Accessible; Parking -- Accessible with designated parking space; Washroom -- Not Accessible
Legal Status
(10) Local Government
Topic(s)
Social Media
Agency Information
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Copyright
211 Ontario North
Last Verified On
May 16, 2022
Address
90 Anemki Dr, Suite 200
Fort William First Nation, ON, P7J 1L3
  • Band Office is located at Anemki Dr in Fort William First Nation near the base of Mount McKay
  • Closest intersection is at Anemki Dr and Mission Rd
  • Fort William Reserve is located on W shore of Lake Superior, south of and adjacent to the city of Thunder Bay
  • Consists of 1 main reserve known as Fort William Indian Reserve 52 which has a land area of approximately 58.3 sq km

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Hours of Operation
Mon
0900 - 1600
Tue
0900 - 1600
Wed
0900 - 1600
Thu
0900 - 1600
Fri
0900 - 1600

Mon-Fri 9 am-12 noon, 1 pm-4 pm
Service Area(s)
Fort William First Nation