SUMMARY: MoCreebec Eeyoud Information Technology Department provides support to the growing technical needs of its organization and clients in Moose Factory and Moosonee area. As part of our Technical Team, the I.T. Technician is responsible for installing, maintaining and repairing hardware & software components of the organization / client’s computers. They also support these systems […]Read More
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The Membership Department is responsible for handling requests for new membership and updating the community profile with new information gathered from surveys and census data. The Membership Department is likewise tasked with keeping an updated voting list for the purposes of community votes and to facilitate the work of an Electoral Officer hired during votes for Chief & Deputy Chief. The Membership Department is managed by the Membership Clerk and reports to Chief & Council (i.e. the Board of the MoCreebec Eeyoud).
Applications for membership may be submitted to the Board in writing when the Board is convened at a meeting, or by delivering the application in any written form to the Chief, Deputy Chief or Secretary at any other time, in which case, the Chief, Deputy Chief or Secretary shall present the application to the Board at their next meeting. A Clan Council Representative may submit applications on behalf of waahkumaakich of his or her clan and individuals for whom such applications are submitted shall be notified by the Clan Council Representative, Chief, Deputy Chief or Secretary of this fact as soon as possible after the application has been submitted on their behalf and shall be informed of their right to withdraw their membership upon their request.
The following eligibility criteria govern who can become a member of the MoCreebec Eeyoud. The text is from the Bylaw #1.
A person is eligible to be a Member of MoCreebec Eeyoud if he or she is an individual:
(a) who is, or who is descended from, a “Y” dialect Cree-speaking person, and who is committed to the principles, purpose and objectives of the MoCreebec Constitutional Framework ratified June 6, 1993 as evidenced by his or her application for membership in MoCreebec Eeyoud submitted in accordance with section 3;
(b) who is, if not a “Y” dialect Cree-speaking person or descended from a “Y” dialect Cree-speaking person, a spouse or adopted child of such a person, and who is committed to the principles, purpose and objectives of the MoCreebec Constitutional Framework ratified June 6, 1993 as evidenced by his or her application for membership in MoCreebec Eeyoud submitted in accordance with section 3;
(c) who is a child, including an adopted child, of a person referred to in (a) or (b) whose parent or legal guardian applies for membership of that child in MoCreebec Eeyoud on behalf of the child by completing an application for membership in MoCreebec Eeyoud submitted in accordance with section 3, or who is automatically added to the Membership List in accordance with section 5;
(d) who, between June 6, 1993 and the date of approval of this MoCreebec Eeyoud Governance Document by the initial Members (inclusive), has signed an oath of membership in MoCreebec Council of the Cree Nation and has not since passed away or notified MoCreebec Council of the Cree Nation in writing of his or her desire to be removed from membership in MoCreebec Council of the Cree Nation, and who is admitted to membership by the board as soon as feasible after the first meeting of the initial Members; or
(e) who at the date of passage of this MoCreebec Eeyoud Governance Document is a child, including an adopted child, of an individual referred to in section 2(d), and who is admitted to membership by the board as soon as feasible after the first meeting of the initial Members.
Kristin Wabano, Membership Clerk
705.658.4769 ext. 2014
Huge thank you to Mathieu Seguin for teaching us so much in a short amount of time. Also, huge thank you to Peter Kapashesit for coming out to speak to us and teach about his craft. Keep an eye out for more tamarack classes in the future. Thank you to those of you that came […]Read More