Niiwin Wendaanimok

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It's time to rebuild our economy

The Niiwin Wendaanimok Partnership formed in October 2018 when the Nations of Wauzhushk Onigum, Washagamis Bay, Shoal Lake 40, and Niisaachewan signed a Unity Agreement to coordinate their shared experiences, concerns, and interests as they relate to the Twinning of the Highway 17 between the Manitoba/Ontario border and Kenora (“the Project”).

Some of the main goals of the Niiwin Wendaanimok Partnership are to rebuild our Anishinaabe economy, meaningfully contribute to the regional economy, provide opportunities to our communities and build resiliency for our futures. We offer a range of work that recognizes the many talents of our communities and provides a platform for all of us to come together.

Do you own or operate any construction equipment?
Do you own your own business?

The Niiwin Wendaanimok Partnership is continuing to gather information on human assets, equipment, and resources to create a Resource Inventory. This will be critical in being able to contact businesses and workers when their equipment or services are needed. Please register your business, equipment or employment information so we can get in touch with you for contracts for Phase 1.

Click here to learn about the current job opportunities with Niiwin Wendaanimok Partnership!


Do you own or operate construction equipment?

Do you cook, provide transportation or environmental services?

Are you trained in a specialty like HR or accounting?

Click here to submit your resume today! The Niiwin Wendaanimok Partnership will keep your resume on file for future opportunities.

Current job openings

We will continue to have many upcoming job opportunities as the HWY 17 Twinning Project unfolds. Please keep an eye on this page. For the contracts for Phase 1, the partnership would like to be able to get in touch with you to let you know when your equipment or services may be needed. Please click here to register your equipment and/or fill out an Employment Profile.