FOUR WINDS
PARTNERSHIP

guided by the Manito Aki Inakonigaawin

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FOUR WINDS

PARTNERSHIP

The Niiwin Wendaanimok (Four Winds) Partnership is an Indigenous owned and operated corporation dedicated to providing construction contracting and environmental monitoring services in Treaty 3 territory with a mandate to employ Anishinaabe workers and assets in development projects and ensure Anishinaabe laws and voices are respected in development within their territory.

walking together, four nations

the harmonized impact assessement

our communities

PARTNERSHIP

Our communities are the foundation of the partnership, they represent our livelihood, our voice, and our mandate towards a more sustainable and resilient future. We look to enhance our communities by providing them with tools to be actively engaged throughout our projects. Find some images below of our latest community meetings, interviews, gatherings and ceremonies! 

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Community Members
The logo of the Niiwin Wendaanimok (Four Winds) Partnership, created by Terry Greene from Niisaachewan Anishinaabe Nation, represents the vision of the Niiwin Wendaanimok Partnership, deeply rooted in the Anishinaabe identity and Treaty rights. When asked to describe his logo, Terry said, “Niiwin Wendaanimok means the Wind comes from four directions. The Highway is from West to East, so I moved the medicine wheel colours to reflect that. I made the road to symbolize our Anishinaabe path (red road). The smaller circle represents Treaty 3, with its sunrise, trees, and water. The feathers represent the four winds, the four directions, and the four communities.
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