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Member Contact Information
December 5, 2019 - posted in News
Moose Deer Point Government Services is collecting up to date contact information so that we can reach more members with news, notices, updates, surveys etc. Your information is only accessed by MDP staff for the purpose of sharing information with you. Please click here to share your information, or call the Government Services office 705-375-5209
MDPFN is requesting contact information for the following members of MDPFN for the purpose of updating the mailing list for the ANGA & Land Code voting and any future materials for voting purposes.
Please contact Deputy Ratification Officer Christine Carter or Ratification Officer Pat Young by e-mail or phone.
E mail : christine.carter@moosedeerpoint. com pat.young@moosedeerpoint. comPhone : 705 305 5209 EXT 232
March 14, 2019 - posted in News
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February 13, 2020 - posted in News Uncategorized
The use and sale of cannabis is now legal and there are a variety of economic opportunities for First Nations in the cannabis industry. Like many First Nations across Canada, Moose Deer Point is consulting with the community. www.pontiacgroup.ca is administering a survey to MDP community members in order to collect information to help guide future cannabis engagement activity. Your data will be confidential and be presented to Council in summary form only, in order to assist with future community outreach on cannabis. Please refer to the MDP FB page for a link to the Pontiac Group presentation from the Feb 9th and 10th info sessions. Please click here to complete the survey.
Land Code Vote!
January 13, 2020 - posted in News Uncategorized
Check out our new MDPFN Land Code website www.mdpfn.com for information about the land code and how to vote. E-Voting starts March 1. Poll voting is March 19.
January 17, 2020 - posted in News
Indian Day School Class Action
April 23, 2019 - posted in Events
This proposed national Class Action is the first of its kind and seeks compensation for the damages and abuses suffered by all Indian Day School students who were forced to attend Indian Day Schools and were excluded from the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement, follow the link for more information