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“A resolution passed at the Grand Council of the Crees/Cree Nation Government (GCC/CNG) council board meeting November 22 seeks to make good on a 40-year-old promise.”
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At the recent Annual General Meeting (AGM), which was held on March 6, 2018, the members of the MoCreebec Eeyoud ratified the selection, by Council, of George Small Jr., as Deputy Chief. Prior to the AGM Mr. Small’s position was an interim position. The MoCreebec Eeyoud Constitutional Framework specifies that if a Chief or Deputy Chief leave their position (for whatever reason) prior to the end of their term, then Council must elect/select an interim Chief or Deputy Chief and that at the next AGM the membership has the option of ratifying the interim position or requesting an election take place to fill the position for a new three-year term. As per the Constitutional Framework, the majority of adult members present at the AGM chose to ratify the interim position. As a result, George Small Jr. will assume the full role and responsibilities of the Deputy Chief until March 31, 2019. Please not that an election process for Chief and Deputy Chief will be head during the 2018-19 fiscal year.
MARCH 7, 2017 • 5:00PM—9:00PM
MOOSONEE ARENA COMMUNITY HALL
DOOR PRIZES • DINNER • LIVE MUSIC
OPEN TO REGISTERED MOCREEBEC MEMBERS
• Introduction to Community Planning & Liaison Officer and Comprehensive Community Planning (CCP) Process
• Review of Consolidated Audited Statements for MoCreebec Eeyoud Council
• Discussion about Community Land-Based Options
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Chief Allan Jolly,
705.658.4769 Ext. 2001
STATEMENT FROM MOCREEBEC EEYOUD COUNCIL
Regarding the Grand Council of the Crees (of Eeyou Istchee) Statement Of Claim Of Aboriginal Title and Aboriginal Rights In “Ontario”
We welcome the thought of addressing long standing unresolved issues regarding the “Ontario/Quebec” border and the rights of Eeyoud directly affected within these areas.
We can only hope and pray that all parties concerned will seek and strive to work together in a spirit of cooperation and goodwill toward a mutual commitment in protecting and advancing indigenous land rights for all Cree.