Technical Services

Shibogama Technical Services (STS) been an integral part of Shibogama since its formation in 1984 and is one of four departments. We have built a solid reputation with each of the Shibogama associated community members as well as other First Nation communities in the district.

Technical Services is directed by a committee which consists of representatives from each community. Our mandate is to provide technical advisory services to the Shibogama member communities based upon the INAC Public Works Manual. We have carried out most of our projects in First Nations communities, which have included involvement over and above the INAC Public Works Manual.

In brief, we can provide a complete range of advisory services for building and infrastructure projects. Technical Services is constantly seeking and taking on new challenges and planning for the future by partnering with other engineering and construction firms.

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Kasabonika Lake Nursing Clinic Project

Our Project Team, pictured here taking time to smile for the camera, are working hard on the functional plan and design for renovations to the existing along with a significant addition to the Nursing Clinic in Kasabonika Lake.  Our leader and Chief Eno H. Anderson is centre with his Council Members and Elder, as well as our team of design specialist, technicians and health care workers, and is very happy to finally have this project underway. 

First Nations Partnership: LDC Workshop in Thunder Bay - March 30 & 31st.

We are inviting three (3) participants from each remote First Nation Community to join us in a Workshop that will help to prepare them for connection to the provincial transmission grid.  This LDC Workshop: A Plan Moving Forward  will be held in Thunder Bay from March 31 through April 1st.  All remote FN communities should contact their TC Representative to register and make travel arrangements.   

Heavy Equipment Operator's Training and Certification

Congratulations goes out to our new Heavy Equipment Operators in Kasabonika Lake, who following training and certification have been hired by Contractor - Arnason Industries Ltd. to work on the Kasabonika Lake Sewage Lagoon Project.  Chief Eno H. Anderson and several Council Members were on hand to congratulate Con McKay, Ashley Anderson, Noah Fox, Murray Anderson, and Kyle Mckay, our most recently certified Operators. A wonderful achievement!   

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