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Shibogama First Nations Council is closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19 and is working with our communities to take preventative measures. SURGO SURGICAL SUPPLY's www.surgo.com [More]
Shibogama is proud to announce that Kaitlyn Hudson-Childforever has achieved Operator in Training (OIT) certification for Wawakapewin. The water treatment plant OIT training was taken at the Keewatinook Centre of Excellence in Dryden. Congratulations Kaitlyn! [More]
Very exciting to share that our own Frankie McKay, Lead Operator in Wapekeka has obtained his Class 1 Water Ticket, and is featured in the September 2019 Newsletter "The Waterdrum".  Attached the article here, and want to congratulate Frankie, his community and Technical Service ORO Bill Moore on [More]
Kasabonika Lake First Nation is happy to announce a new K4 - Grade 12 School Project, and recently held a ground blessing ceremony at the site.   [More]
Kasabonika Lake is pleased to celebrate the grand opening of their new Health Centre, the Emily Anderson Memorial Menoyawin Health Centre.  This new state of the art health facility will help to ensure all the community members of Kasabonika Lake has access to improved health care services.  This [More]
Local children, along with Chief and Council celebrate the ribbon cutting on their new playground on June 20th, donated by Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation.  More information at www.dcfund.ca     [More]
Support Gary Sugarhead on his walk to raise awareness of prescription drugs, alchohol abuse and suicide in our communities. See attached poster for details.   [More]
Join us for the 7th Annual Shibogama First Nations Council Charity Golf Tournament! Friday September 7th, 2018 Sioux Lookout Golf & Curling Club Help support Shibogama Kanawayneemidowin Charity.  [More]
To be held March 27 - 29, 2018 at The Legion, Sioux Lookout. [More]
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With nearly 300 delegates from as far as British Columbia and the Maritimes, the 16th annual First Nations Housing Conference was a big success!  The conference, which first started with a small workshop coordinated by Shibogama First Nations Council for its member communities, has grown into the [More]

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