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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.

Anishinaabemowin Camp

We are pleased to announce our first Anishinaabemowin Camp. The focus of this camp is to provide hands on experiences and resources for those committed to Language Revitalization within our Bimose Communities. The camp will take place at the Minaki Yurt Adventure on...

Request for Proposals – Ribbon Skirts & Ribbon Shirts

Gaagagekiizhik School and Bimose High School are seeking an artist/seamstress to produce 150 ribbon skirts and ribbon shirts for the following: Gaagagekiizhik School (Grades JK/SK – 8): Girls’ SkirtsWomen’s SkirtsBoys’ ShirtsMen’s ShirtsSize 4  x  2...

Important Bimose Update

Please be advised that effective January 31, 2022, Bimose Tribal Council will open its offices to all staff. The offices will remain closed to the public; any meetings with community members will be by appointment only. We remain vigilant about the health and safety...

Request for Proposals – Building A Residential School Curriculum

About Bimose Tribal Council Our Tribal Council is owned and directed by 9 Anishinaabe communities in Northwestern Ontario: Eagle Lake First NationIskatewizaagegan #39 Independent First Nation Lac des Mille Lacs First NationWashagamis Bay First NationNiisaachewan...

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...