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Important Dates
  • February 20thKiizhik and Bimose Community High School Anishinaabemowin Day - No School
  • February 24thKiizhik School: Monthly Powwow
  • February 24thClose date to apply for our Extra-Curricular and After School Support Specialist position
  • February 25thBimose's Team to participate in Coldest Night of the Year Fundraiser
  • February 27 - March 3EcDev Fundamentals of Community Economic Development Year 1 Certificate Program at Kiizhik School

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Proclamation of Anishinaabemowin Day
February 13,2017

Click here to view Proclamation for Anishinaabemowin Day - February 20th, 2017 ← ...

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Fundamentals of Community Economic Development Training
February 1, 2017

Bimose Tribal Council Inc. in partnership with the University of Waterloo and The ...

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Employment Opportunities
February 1, 2017

View all our available positions...

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Media Release - Chief Alfred Sinclair
Bimose Tribal Council extends condolenses

JANUARY 30, 2017 OBASHKAANDAGAANG FIRST NATION Passing of Chief Alfred Sincliar ...

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Support Bimose's Team in the Coldest Night of the Year Fundraiser
January 26, 2017

Canada's (unoffical) Walk for Homelessness! The Coldest Night of the Year is a super-fun, ...

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Boardroom Closure
January 24, 2017

Please be advised that the Bimose Tribal Council boardroom is no longer available ...

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Student Success Coordinator
January 24, 2017

Full time contract position Download PDF: Student Success Coordinator - Bimose Tribal ...

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Operator in Training Course Available
January 1, 2017

Bimose is offering a Operator-in-Training (OIT Course for New and/or Uncertified ...

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Boozhoo miigwetch giibiganwaabandameg owe ozhibii'igewin.

Bimose Tribal Council has been operating since 1989. Our Tribal Council is owned and directed by 10 Anishinaabe communities in Northwestern Ontario:

Asubpeeschoseewagong First Nation

Eagle Lake First Nation

Iskatewizaagegan #39 Independent First Nation

Lac des Mille Lacs First Nation

Obashkaandagaang First Nation

Ochiichagwe'babigo'Ining Ojibway Nation

Shoal Lake #40 First Nation

Wabaseemoong Independent Nations

Wabauskang First Nation,

Wabigoon Lake Ojibway Nation

The homelands of our First Nations extend west of the Ontario-Manitoba border, east of Thunder Bay, and north of Red Lake-Sioux Lookout.

In 2014, the 10 communities established the Kiizhik Education Corporation. The vision of our Elders and leaders was to establish an Anishinaabe school to teach and practice our Anishinaabe culture, language, and traditions in an academic setting. We have achieved this vision.

More recently, the 10 communities established the Kakina Economic Development Group Limited Partnership. The Limited Partnership was established to pursue economic and employment benefits for the community members of the Limited Partners.

We have a diverse staffing complement of over 50 which include Elders, language speakers, professionals in areas including Engineering, Technical Services, Education, & Management. We are a pro-active, ethical, and transparent organization. The foundation of our organizations is our Anishinaabe teachings and traditions and we strive to deliver the very best services possible to our communities.

Miigwetch!