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Minegoziibe Anishinabe host Open House for Kina Maaga-Gamik: Pine Creek First Nation Training Centre

Minegoziibe Anishinabe host Open House for Kina Maaga-Gamik: Pine Creek First Nation Training Centre

Treaty 2 Territory – Wednesday, August 3rd, 2022 was another busy day for the Minegoziibe Anishinabe. Leadership and members of the Nation came together to celebrate with an Open House at one of the Nation’s newest infrastructure investments. The Pine Creek First Nation Training Centre also known as the Minegoziibe Anishinabe Kina Maaga-Gamik has undergone

Treaty 2 Territory – Wednesday, August 3rd, 2022 was another busy day for the Minegoziibe Anishinabe. Leadership and members of the Nation came together to celebrate with an Open House at one of the Nation’s newest infrastructure investments.

The Pine Creek First Nation Training Centre also known as the Minegoziibe Anishinabe Kina Maaga-Gamik has undergone renovations and will be a welcoming place of learning and training for the Nation.

The freshly-renovated Interim Training Centre will continue to offer courses including Pre-College Preparation, Pre-Employment Training, Human Resource Management, Educational Assistant Certificate, Child Care Worker, Health Care Aid, Framing, Home Building, and more. Plans are in place to bring additional courses such as Intro to Trades, Addictions Counselling and possibly options such as Finance Management.

“My dream, guided by the people, was always to bring training home for our members with funding and training partners and with the help of staff and council team; it was and is possible” shared Councillor Cindy McKay. 

In a post shared on Facebook, Councillor McKay shared her appreciation for all those who contributed to the renovation project of the former McKay Store and Gas Bar.

The Open House was well attended and offered some great good by T & L. Councillor McKay shared gratitude to Nancy for the prayer, and to Loretta and the students for setting up and cleaning.

 

Minegoziibe Anishinabe is in constant pursuit to enhance the lives, opportunities and wellbeing of their citizens. Our Treaty 2 Territory Government commends Ogimaa Derek Nepinak, Council, and members of the Nation for working together for the betterment if all. Allowing students to learn at home as they advance their post secondary aspirations will not only graduate citizens, but it will allow them to remain at home with their loved ones, and be close to the land and the language; all elements to help with their education journeys resulting in success.

 

Congratulations Minegoziibe Anishinabe!

 

Contributed By: Marlene Davis, Nation & Economic Development Helper

 

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