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COVID-19

  • in COVID-19 Pandemic, News

    Pandemic update from the office of the Ontario Regional Chief

    The province-wide ‘emergency brake’ shutdown and stay-at-home order that began on Thursday, April 8th at 12:01 am has been extended to 6 weeks. This is due to the alarming surge in COVID-19 case numbers and record-high hospitalizations recently. ICUs across the province are filling up and many PHUs are at or above capacity.  Read about...
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    COVID-19 Stay At Home Order

    Below is the statement from the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police on Ontario’s new enforcement measure regarding the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders released on Friday, April 16, 2021....
  • in COVID-19 Pandemic, News

    COVID-19 Vaccine Update

    A total of 90 vaccinations were given on Monday, April 12, 2021. 15 were first dose recipients. 77.2% of Magnetawan residents 18 yrs + have been vaccinated!!...
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    We Can All Do Our Part In Preventing The Spread Of COVID-19

    Spring has sprung; the weather is getting nicer and while it’s important to get outside and enjoy the fresh air, we all need to continue to keep ourselves and the community safe from COVID-19. Even after we’ve been vaccinated, we still need to follow public health recommendations. Sharing some great resources:  Spring Update COVID-19 Vaccine...
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    Chiefs of Ontario COVID-19 Update

    COVID-19 Testing There were 179 new positive results among First Nations people over the past week ending Mar 21, 2021, down from 224 last week. This is a 20% decrease and the third week in a row with decreasing totals. The number of positive results among First Nations to date is 2,664. The cumulative positivity...
  • in COVID-19 Pandemic, Youth

    COVID-19 Vaccinations Underway!

    As of March 23, 2021, Indigenous Services Canada is aware of:610 communities with vaccinations underway (for either priority groups or all adults) in:First Nations and Inuit communities in provincescommunities in territories226,790 doses have been administered. Vaccine MisinformationWe understand that some inaccurate information has been circulatin...
  • in COVID-19 Pandemic, Economic & Business Development, Governance

    Chiefs of Ontario – Special Edition Health Newsletter

    Below are a few highlights from the Newsletter. To read it in its entirety scroll to the bottom of this page and click the PDF. COVID-19 has had a big impact on how we have felt and has caused an increase in stress, anxiety, and worry. Things you can do right now to reduce anxiety,...
  • in COVID-19 Pandemic

    THANK YOU To Our Health Team

    Thank you so much for all your help in organizing and operating the Clinic! The Public Health Nurses said,“Our clinic was the best one yet” They sung everyone’s praises and send their thanks.On behalf of our community, WE thank each and every one of you. You are all our very own heroes.Magnetawan First Nation’s Vaccine...
  • in COVID-19 Pandemic, Economic & Business Development, Governance, Youth

    ISC – Public Health Alert COVID-19 Variants of Concerns

    As you are aware, COVID-19 Variants of Concern (VOCs) are circulating within Ontario. We are writing to you today to provide updated information and public health recommendations regards COVID-19 VOCs. For more, please read this release below....
  • in COVID-19 Pandemic, Governance

    COVID-19 vaccine for Canada fact sheet

    Vaccination is one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread and reduce the impact of infectious diseases, whetherit’s seasonal flu or childhood infections. A safe and effective vaccine(s) for COVID-19 will protect us against the novelcoronavirus and will be an important step to safely resume normal life in Canada and around the world....

  • in Employment

    Part Time Esso and Tim Horton’s

    Location: Magnetewan First Nation Are you looking to keep busy this summer? Come in and apply for part time work – Apply at each location....
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    New Job Posting

    Position Title: Child & Youth Worker A. PURPOSE AND SCOPE The Child and Youth worker shall promote Magnetawan First Nation’s goals and objectives, maintain the level of professionalism expected by Magnetawan First Nation as outlined in the policies and procedure manuals, and uphold the ethics of the position. In support of Magnetawan First Nati...
  • in Employment, Youth

    Employment Opportunities

    OATC Driver and Medical Transportation driver needed. Applicant to provide clear abstract (for insurance purposes) CPIC and Class B license. Please drop off resume, drivers abstract, CPIC and a copy of license at the band office during open hours or by email to bandmanager@magnetawanfirstnation.com by June 8, 2020....
  • in Education, Schools & Education, Youth

    School Closures and Student Supports

    May 20, 2020 This communique is to provide information about student learning supports and preparing for the next school year following the Province of Ontario’s announcement from May 19, 2020, that public schools will remain closed for the rest of the school year in order to protect student health and safety during the Covid-19 outbreak....
  • in Housing & Social Services, News

    Community Assistance Program

    The Anishinabek Nation, in partnership with WP Financial (funded by Indigenous Affairs Ontario), has launched a Community Assistance Program for citizens from each of the 39 Anishinabek First Nations. This program offers citizens (both on and off-reserve) access to support for challenges such as relationship concerns, family or parenting issues, an...
  • in Education, News

    Education Notice

    The future of the Indigenous Studies Program as well as the approximately 140 students who were registered in the Indigenous Studies program at the University of Sudbury is in jeopardy. The Anishinabek Nation Leadership Council has identified this as an opportunity for the Anishinabek Educational Institute (AEI) or other bodies or partnerships to e...
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