Message from DPW
Lately, we have been having issues with septic tanks overflowing, please read this document to help assist in the maintenance of your septic system.
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Sagkeeng Heritage Centre Presents...

BIH-KAY-CAIN-DUN, KEY DINAY-WIN-NEE-NAAN
(Come Learn Our First Language)
For more info call Dina Bruyere at 204-367-2129

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Sagkeeng First Nation Employment & Training

Plumbing Program
The Plumbing Program that was scheduled to start in Sagkeeng on September 25/17 has been rescheduled, the new start date is October 23/17.

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Consolidated Financial Statements
and
Schedule of Remuneration and Expenses ending March 31, 2017

 

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SARAH VOLUNTEER TRAINING OPPORTUNITY

SARAH Program (Sexual Assault Recovery and Healing)
Volunteering with the SARAH Program will provide you with the opportunity to support victims of sexual assault through programming in Selkirk, Beausejour, and Pine Falls.
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FENTANYL - What you need to know

Please share this informational sheet on FENTANYL.

 

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Fact Sheet

Anicinabe Community School Community Consultation Report

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Sagkeeng Anicinabe Government Financial Assistance Policy

To view the Sagkeeng Anicinabe Government Financial Assistance Policy please click VIEW POLICY

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Advancing Futures Bursary

The Advancing Futures Bursary is being offered to former youth in care and/or youth on extension of care who are attending post secondary education on a full or part time basis. Please click for more information.
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Khawehjiheyying Comprehensive Community Planning Survey
We invite band members of Sagkeeng Anicinabe to take this survey is for the sole purpose of collecting information regarding this topic.
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Community Members Mail
Only Community Members on the “Community Members Mail List” with Mail addressed to BOX 3 FORT ALEXANDER, MB R0E 0P0 on this list can pickup mail. The current list is provided below. Updated June 6, 2017.
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 First Nations & Inuit Hope for Wellness Help Line
If you are FEELING SAD or DISTRESSED and want to talk, support is a phone call away.

1-855-242-3310

WE WANT A DRUG FREE COMMUNITY
Please report any suspicious activity to the local R.C.M.P. at 204-367-2222
or To make an anonymous tip please call Manitoba Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS)
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