Strengthening our communities

Bimose translates from the Anishinaabe word ‘to walk’.  Our company uses this as a reminder to always walk with our Member First Nations.

Important Bimose Office Update

Please be advised that effective March 8, 2020, Bimose Tribal Council office is closed to public and with staff working from home until further notice. When we return to the office we will have limited staff in on a rotating basis.  If you have any questions...

Gaa-Gikenimigooyang Anishinaabemowin Book Launch

Bimose Tribal Council is pleased to announce it has launched its first Anishinaabemowin book entitled, “Gaa-gikenimigooyang, That Which They Want Us to Know”.  A traditional ceremony, led by Elder Ron P. McDonald, took place on October 23, 2020 in...

GGW Childcare Centre: “We follow the Childs Lead”

A lot of fun, and a lot of handwashing. That pretty much sums up a day in the life of a child at GGW Child Care Centre. Michelle Meekis is Supervisor of the new Centre. “We are a brand new centre, just built this past year, so everything in our centre is brand new,”...

Childcare Centre accepting applications

We are pleased to announce that our brand new child care centre, Gaagagegiizhigook Ganawenimaawasowin Wiigiwaam, is accepting applications for toddlers (1.5-2.5 years old) and preschoolers (2.5-6 years old)! The centre is located behind Gaagagekiizhik School and will...

Bimose Community High School virtual graduation

On June 24th, Bimose Community High School hosted its first virtual graduation to celebrate the accomplishments of the graduating class for 2020. On behalf of the management and staff of Bimose Tribal Council, we wish all students luck in their endeavors and becoming...

Resource Support Guide

A resource support guide developed by our Anishinaabe Counselors to support efforts in living in balance as a part of mino bimaadiziwin. Each category focuses on four core areas (medicine wheel) which includes: Mental Health & Well-Being;Physical...