This month’s Treaty Readiness Meeting has been rescheduled to Thursday, February 29th, 2024 at 7pm. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Attention to all harvesters, WMU area 41 is CLOSED for calf harvest as they have reached the harvest allotment. Also, the KMM Team would like to remind everyone of some opportunities & mandates.
Homelessness for Indigenous people can be more complex than the lack of adequate housing. It may also involve a loss of connection to Family, Community, Language, Culture, Spirituality, Land and Identity.
This 2-day, Loyalist College course will provide successful participants with a lifetime Non-Loggers Chainsaw Certificate.
We’re making it easier to find full-time, part-time, temporary & seasonal opportunities available in Bancroft & North Hastings.
All women and youth girls are welcome to gather under the full moon to honour our Grandmother (Kokomis) as we restore our balance and re-align our masculine and feminine sides.
A safe space for Indigenous youth ages 10-18 to gather and connect with Indigenous culture through drumming & singing. Every other Thursday from 3:30-4:30pm.
Interpreted and read by Kijicho Manito Madaouskarini Algonquin First Nation’s Noreen Tinney.
Reconciliation, in the context of Canada’s Indigenous Peoples, refers to the process of establishing and maintaining a respectful, equitable, and mutually beneficial relationship among Indigenous, non-Indigenous peoples & their governments.
See more job opportunities at jobs.kijichomanito.com
The Algonquin Inòdewiziwin Child and Family Centre offers a range of programs designed to promote the health and well-being of Indigenous children and families.
Permanent, temporary & seasonal job opportunities available to our Community Members.
Want to share your time & expertise? Check out these volunteer opportunities available to our Community Members.
Explore a wide range of activities including Community events & the Algonquin Inòdewiziwin program.
Get enrolled under the Algonquins of Ontario (AOO) Proposed Beneficiary Criteria.
Assistance to Community Members applying for registration under the Indian Act & obtaining a Status Card.
Supporting fundamental change where Indigenous Peoples are self-determining, self-governing, and increasingly self-sufficient.
Education opportunities such as scholarships, bursaries & awards, especially for Indigenous Students.
The Wàwàtesì Algonquin Cultural Discovery Project will develop real world & virtual experiences highlighting Algonquin art, culture, language & heritage.
Our Social & Economic Development Plan, developed through a combination of Community & focused breakout meetings.