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Weekly COVID-19 Update – April 14th

Provincial Stay at Home OrderGeneralAt 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, April 8, 2021, Ontario implemented a third state of emergency and province-wide Stay-at-Home Order. Under this order everyone, is required to remain at home except for essential purposes. Essential purposes include activities such as: Going to the grocery store or pharmacyAccessing health care services (including going to medical a...
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Employment Opportunity – Special Projects Coordinator

The Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians (AIAI) is seeking applicants to fill the role of a Special Projects  Coordinator.  The Project Coordinator will be responsible for facilitating project duties, including the coordination of the AIAI  Revitalizing Indigenous Laws as well as the AIAI Tobacco Project, ensuring the project deliverables are carried out according to contribution agreement ...
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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

Oneida Nation of the Thames
Oneida Nation of the Thames is posting for the position of Chief Administrative Officer. The Chief Administrative Officer will be responsible for leading, developing and managing successful operations of the organization. The CAO will be responsible for systematically sampling the adequacy and reliability of internal control and accounting systems. The CAO performs financial and security audits ...
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Weekly COVID-19 Update – April 7th

Provincial Restrictions & Public Health Measures At 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, April 8, 2021, a province-wide Stay-at-Home Order will take effect across Ontario. Under the order everyone is required to remain at home except for essential purposes, such as going to the grocery store or pharmacy, accessing health care services (including getting vaccinated), for outdoor exercise, or for work th...
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AIAI OPPOSES A CANADIAN UNDRIP THAT ACTS WITHOUT CONSENT AND CONSULTATION

London, Ontario April 1st, 2021 – Recently, the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians (AIAI) and the Leader of The Green Party of Canada, Annamie Paul, collaborated on a press conference on Bill C-15.  AIAI has taken the position of opposing Bill C-15, along with the member Nations leadership, as the current piece of legislation has been twisted to align with Canada's view of the United...
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AIAI CONGRATULATES BATCHEWANA ON NEW LONG TERM CARE FACILITY

London, Ontario March 19th, 2021 – In a recent announcement by the Minister Merrilee Fullerton, of Long-Term Care, Batchewana First Nations is the 3rd member Nation of the Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians (AIAI) to receive a license for a Long Term Care Facility for 96 beds for their elders.  AIAI would like to extend a proud congratulations to Chief Dean Sayers, the Batchewana Fir...
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CALL FOR ARTIST INTERPRETATIONS/ARTWORK

March 15, 2021ASSEMBLY OF FIRST NATIONS ~ ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLYJULY 2021The Chiefs of Ontario Host Committee will be hosting the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) 42nd Annual General Assembly in Toronto in July 2021 and is currently acceptingoriginal Indigenous artwork to be submitted. Artwork will be used for materials by theChiefs of Ontario Host Committee and the AFN in promoting the assembly....
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Open Letter from BFN to Premier Doug Ford

For Immediate Release March 16, 2021 This correspondence from Batchewana First Nation (“BFN”) is a formal notice of the deficiencies regarding the follow up processes as per Ontario court rulings, directives, narratives and Treaty promises in regards to a litany of challenges embarked on and asserted by BFN.   A copy of BFN’s Notice of Assertions is attached for your convenie...
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Weekly COVID-19 Update – March 4th

Provincial Restrictions & Public Health Measures Lifting of the Province-Wide Stay-at-Home Order Three regions in Ontario remain under a Stay-at-Home Order including, Toronto, Peel, and North Bay Parry Sound. This order was originally set to be lifted last week, but has been extended until at least March 8th, 2021. The remainder of the 34 public health units in Ontario are placed int...
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