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Here is a Draft copy of the Adoption and Amendment of Policy document. This is the process in which Swan Lake First Nation will Adopt new policy and/or Amend old policy. If you have any question/concerns or would just like clarity please feel free to contact Candace Mousseau or Ashley McKinney at the Band Office. You...
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Swan Lake First Nation just experienced a transfer of policing services from the RCMP to Manitoba First Nations Police Service. Inspector Dave Scott explains. “Swan Lake put in a Band Council Resolution, and they also wanted to have Manitoba First Nations Police their communities. We’re just super-excited about moving forward with them. I know that...
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ATTENTION: Swan Lake Income Assistant clients, please participate in the Survey: MB First Nation LED Engagement on Income Assistance Survey Please advise Jennifer Esquash, Income Assistance Administrator upon completing the survey – (204) 836-2101. TAKE SURVEY ONLINE or if you prefer, you can take the survey as the Income Assistance Office.
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Indigenous Service Canada (ISC) office requires Annual Reviews for each client file. Call and book appointment with our office BEFORE March 29, 2019. 2 Pieces of identification for each adult applicant, 1 piece of identification for each child in family unit (1 piece of photo identification is preferred to have on file.) 60 days bank...
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A new rendering is giving a glimpse into what kind of buildings could rise in place of the vacant Kapyong Barracks. The First Nations group, Treaty One First Nations, which negotiated an agreement with Ottawa to create an urban reserve has released its preliminary plan for the land. The site could include new housing, commercial...
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Projects like the L3RP enable prosperity and create jobs for Canadians, including a growing Indigenous workforce “I made it!” Amanda McKinney tilts her head, flashes a peace symbol, and smiles broadly for the camera. Moments earlier, when she heard her name called, she jumped from her chair, raised both hands high into the air, and...
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Anyone interested in obtaining their Mature 12 with Turtle Mountain Adult Education Centre (TMAEC) which has a class here at the Swan Lake Band Office, Orientation will be MONDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 2018 @ 10AM. Please sign up and be here on this day. Mature Student High School Diploma To qualify for and complete the program...
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Complaints have been received numerous times, within the Housing Department regarding dogs. Complaints received were; dogs entering/roaming around neighbors yards, getting into their garbage, eating their dogs food and injuring other dogs. Please be mindful and respectful of your neighbors and tie up your dog(s) to prevent these problems from continuing. This is a problem...
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The latest Community & Land Use Planning Newsletter is now available for download. Click here to Download   1st Issue Here Click here to view previous Newsletter
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Through the smoke of burning sage and sweetgrass the future of the Kapyong Barracks site in south Winnipeg became a little clearer Wednesday morning. Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr (Winnipeg South Centre) — Manitoba’s lone member of cabinet — and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan gathered with 10 First Nations Chiefs and Grand Chiefs at Assiniboia...
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Swan Lake First Nation is located in South Central Manitoba along junction Highway #23 and #34. SLFN people are known as Anishinabe people, meaning “original-peoples”; their native language is Saulteaux.

Swan Lake First Nation is working towards their vision of having a healthy, prosperous and self-sufficient community.

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