Doug Semple and his Communications and Community Development team circulated a press release concerning access to the facilities operated by the Menoyawin Health Centre on Thursday, April 3.
It outlines the access guidelines being instituted across the province for all health care facilities. For Menoyawin, this includes the 5th Avenue Site, the 7th Avenue Site and the Bill George Extended Care Facility.
Further information is available at:
Menoyawin Communications & Community Development Office at 807-737-3047 or by writing to Doug Semple at email@example.com
Status Update - Keewaytinook Okimakanak Water Treatment Plant Operator Training Centre
April 4, 2003 - Status Update # 1
This is the first of a series of updates that are planned to keep all interested people informed of the status of our new training initiative.
Keewaytinook Okimakanak in partnership with the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board will be accepting the first intake of Water Plant Operator trainees on June 2, 2003. Each intake of trainees will be comprised of 15 individuals and intakes will continue until we have 150 total participants.
The goals of this training are clear!
Until such time as the permanent WTP Operator Training Centre facility is constructed in Dryden (scheduled for completion in the fall of 2004), the training sessions will be held at the Lillian Berg School in Vermillion Bay, Ontario.
A mailed invitation will be sent to each Treaty Three, Nan and Unaffiliated First Nation in Northwestern Ontario, either directly or via the respective First Nation Council Technical Representatives by the end of April 2003.