News

Family Well-Being Counselor

Health Department – Employment Opportunities

For further inquiries please call Marilyn McLeod, Health Director (705) 658-4769 ext. 2003

Moosonee Office

Employment Unit and Membership Clerk will be at the Moosonee Office

on,

Friday, October 6th, 2017

10 am – 12 pm & 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm 

Please feel free to stop in if you have any questions, or if you would like to visit our new office space.

FAMILY CLAN COUNCIL REGISTRATION

Need assistance in organizing and registering your MoCreebec Eeyoud Family Clan Council ?

Contact our office for more information on how you can organize your family’s Clan Council.

Senior Development Officer, Jean-Pierre Chabot, jean-pierre.chabot@mocreebec.com,

is available to assist you in the registration process.

MoCreebec Eeyoud opening Moosonee Office soon!

MoCreebec Eeyoud Council is pleased to announce that we will be opening a Moosonee Office in the very near future. We are near set to open up the office and are looking forward to extending our services to our members in Moosonee in a more convenient and efficient manner. Stay tuned for an announcement in the coming days for our official opening date!

MOCREEBEC EEYOUD ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY

MARCH 7, 2017 • 5:00PM—9:00PM

MOOSONEE ARENA COMMUNITY HALL

DOOR PRIZES • DINNER • LIVE MUSIC

OPEN TO REGISTERED MOCREEBEC MEMBERS

Agenda

•                             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,

allan.jolly@mocreebec.com

705.658.4769 Ext. 2001

MoCreebec Eeyoud Council Statement

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.