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Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day Congratulates Five Nations Energy Incorporated on their 20th Anniversary.

(Serpent River First Nation, December 11, 2017) Today is the 20th anniversary of Five Nations Energy Incorporated (FNEI), a development that placed transmission and distribution of electricity into the hands of Mushkegowuk First Nation

Les Chefs de Premières Nations de l'Ontario appuient les Chefs du Québec et les Chefs de police des Premières Nations à renouveler leur appel de financement fédéral immédiat pour la sécurité publique communautaire

(Ottawa, le 6 décembre 2017) Les Chefs de Premières Nations de l'Ontario se joignent aux Chefs du Québec et du Labrador pour faire appel à Ralph Goodale, Ministre de la Sécurité publique et de la Protection Civile, à honorer l'engagement

Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day Statement on Introduction of Indigenous Institutes Act

(Toronto, November 23, 2017) I applaud today’s introduction of the Indigenous Institutes Act, which will establish

Indigenous & Ingenious Show & Sale

Indigenous & Ingenious Show & Sale, Nov. 18 & 19 at 765 Queen Street East in Toronto!

Regional Chief Isadore Day Congratulates the family of Gaylord Powless and Six Nations upon his induction into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame

(Toronto, November 10, 2017) On behalf of the Chiefs of Ontario, I congratulate the family of the late Gaylord Powless upon his induction yesterday into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame.

Remembrance Day 2017: Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day Will Lay Wreath at Queen’s Park

(TORONTO, November 10, 2017) On Saturday, November 11th, Regional Chief Isadore Day will lay a wreath at Queen’s Park in memory of all First Nation ve

REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY STATEMENT: FIRST NATIONS STILL NOT EQUAL PARTNERS IN ONTARIO’S LONG TERM ENERGY PLAN

(Toronto, October 27, 2017) “Yesterday the province released “Delivering Fairness and Choice: Ontario’s Long-term Energy Plan 2017” which sets the course for the energy landscape within the province for the

REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY ON NORTH CARIBOU LAKE FIRST NATION’S GRAND OPENING OF ALL-SEASON BRIDGE: OPENING DOORS TO NEW OPPORTUNITIES

(North Caribou Lake First Nation, October 18, 2017)  “This new bridge has taken four years of planning and preparation thanks to the hard work of Chief Dinah Kanate and her council.

Treaty Recognition Week

The Treaties Recognition Week Act, 2016 introduced and passed with the support of all

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