Due to the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in the Sudbury area, the administration office has been moved to “virtual” until January 20th 2021. Please see the below Community Notice dated November 13th for more details.
We strongly recommend that all community members continue to be diligent by limiting travel to essential only, by frequently washing your hands, by wearing masks as much as possible, by physical distancing when in public areas, by staying within your close family circles, and by staying in if you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms.
We conduct bi-weekly Health Q&A Sessions with our Health team to answer all your COVID-19 questions. These will be uploaded to our YouTube channel and our Facebook Page.
Questions? Comments? Julia Pegahmagabow is our COVID-19 Coordinator. To contact please email covid at wlfn .com or call 705 918 6752.
Atikameksheng Anishnawbek is committed to the health and safety of all Atikameksheng community residents through this pandemic.
Gimaa and Council approve to extend the State of Emergency to January 31, 2021.
Updated Order to addressing Easing of Restrictions:
-All non-essential travel is discouraged, -Members will use PPE for essential travel (ie. medical appointments), -Easing of travel restrictions to areas where there are higher COVID-19 positive cases, -Individuals returning from the Greater Toronto Area or other regions outside of the province with higher incidences of COVID-19, are required to arrange for testing and to self-isolate while awaiting test results.
If you have any questions with regards to the testing, please call Marina McComber, Community Health Nurse at 705-507-0134 or Carmen Wabegijig Nootchtai, Director of Health & Community Wellness at 705-822-3462.
Stores are open and resume regular hours
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Each week we will upload videos to our YouTube channel, please check out for Q&A sessions and more.