The preferred candidates will have an understanding of local environment conditions and effects associated with past and current activities facing the ecosystem in FNNND’s Traditional Territory. The applicant must have basic office and organizational skills and also a good understanding of First Nation Governments. The individual should be willing and able to undertake field work. This work is a great opportunity to learn about mining reclamation processes.
Field work will include; water sampling and monitoring, fish habitat assessments, soil investigations and water treatment pilot studies. Applicants must be self-motivated and physically capable of lifting at least 50 pounds. Duties could include training, field work and report writing to the Lands and Resources Department upon completion of assignments.
Elder in School Program Sept 2016 to June 2017
2016 Elder in School Poster
General Meeting Dates:
January 27, 2018 (Date change Nov 7th, 2017)
April 21, 2018
Annual General Assembly:
NND Forum – Wednesday June 20, 2018
Aboriginal Day Celebrations & Stat Holiday – Thursday June 21, 2018
AGA – Friday June 22, 23 & 24, 2018
Due to unforeseen circumstances the above dates are subject to change.
We are developing a plan for the Old Village Site, and we need your input!
Please share any information on the history of the Old Village site, how the site has been
used recently, and your vision for how it could be used in the future.
Please see link above for an example of the types information we are looking for!