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The Niiwin Wendaanimok Partnership is committed to providing transparency to all it’s community members. This resource and media page is dedicated to helping community members stay in touch with the latest news, what the communities are up to, the latest publications and videos.
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In order to coordinate their shared experience, concerns, and interests, the Nations of Shoal Lake 40, Washagamis Bay, Niisaachewan, and Wauzhushk Onigum signed the Unity Agreement in October of 2018. This agreement marks the beginning of the Niiwin Wendaanimok (‘Four Winds’) Partnership. In the spirit of reconciliation, MTO has agreed to partnering with the Niiwin Wendaanimok moving forward on the twinning project. Although the nature and terms of this partnership are still being negotiated, it means the Niiwin
Wendaanimok will consult its own people to understand potential social, environmental, and cultural impacts, provide its own reporting, and directly contribute to future decisions on the project.
To keep community members informed of project developments, the Niiwin Wendaanimok will provide updates through our newsletters. Click on the buttons below to learn more about the project, who your Community Coordinators are, the latest updates and how you can get involved. Meegwetch!
Weweni, bebekaa. Taking our time and doing it right. One of the traditional phases of the Manito Aki Inakonigaawin is the Feasting and Celebrating Phase. The Niiwin Wendannimok held a Feasting Ceremony in the Wauzhushk Onigum roundhouse on Wednesday June 23rd for the Highway 17 Twinning Project. This ceremony marks the ongoing process of following the customary protocols throughout the project. Stay tuned as we continue to hold feasting ceremonies in each Niiwin Wendaanimok community!
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