Atikameksheng Anishnawbek will thrive together as a strong and proud Nation by honouring our gifts of Anishinabemowin and the Life of the Land.
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We Value the gift of Anishinabemowin as the strength of our Nation
We Value the Hope of our Youth, the Leadership of our Adults, and the Wisdom of our Elders.
We Value and honour the contributions of our families as it makes us who we are.
We Value Mino Minadsowin (the Good Life).
The Life of the Land teaches us Respect, Love, Truth, Bravery, Humility, Honesty and Wisdom.
An update from the RHT Mizhinawe has been added to the Files & Documents section of the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek Members Portal.
Three documents have been added to this protected section of the website. This is due to the sensitivity of this information.
Please contact Shawn McLaren via email@example.com or 705-626-5977 for any Members Portal access issues.
“The information contained in this folder is for Atikameksheng Anishnawbek members only and must not be shared to the general public, media, or other First Nations, in order to protect Atikameksheng Anishnawbek from any legal action due to breach of privilege. This information is highly sensitive and if distributed to the general public, media, or other First Nations, it can have a negative impact on our Boundary Claim and the Robinson Huron Treaty Annuities Claim itself. Gimaa and Council welcome you to read the information so that you may be informed on these claims and encourage you to engage in discussions with other Atikameksheng Anishnawbek Band Members. Lastly, Gimaa and Council are committed to protecting our rights and interests via the Boundary Claim and the Annuities Claim, and will continue to hold community information sessions when new information presents itself. We thank you in advance for maintaining confidentiality and for supporting Gimaa and Council in their efforts to protect our rights and interests. We urge you to contact Gimaa Craig Nootchtai at (705) 665-2157 if you have any other questions or comments. Please stay tuned to our social media pages, our website, our email blasts, and our flyers for more announcements and notices on these legal matters. Miigwetch”
Gimaa and Council