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History

Shawanaga First Nation belongs to the larger Anishnabek Nation which stretches across much of Ontario, east across the Prairies and around the northern shores of all the Great Lakes. The Anishnabek Nation is comprised of Algonquin, Saulteaux, Anishnabe (Ojibway), Odawa, Chippewa and several other groups. In pre-contact times, Anishnabe in this region ranged from the Seguin River to the south, the Magnetawan River to the north, west to Georgian Bay (including the 30,000 islands) and east to the Ottawa valley. Anishnabe traded fish and furs with the Wendat, who were farmers. Trade routes brought copper from the west and shells from the east. Leaders met together to maintain peace and alliances.

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M. WAYNE MCQUABBIE
Chief
Shwe Miikaan Corp
Henvey Inlet First Nation

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ANTHONY LAFORGE
Lands & Resources Manager
Shwe Miikaan Corp. Board Member
Magnetawan First Nation

Peter

PETER BRENNAN
Shwe Miikaan Corp. Assistant Manager

Henvey Inlet First Nation
[email protected]
705-665-2526

Peter

DOUG PAWIS
Shwe Miikaan Corp. Board Member
Shawanaga First Nation

WAYNE RICHER
Shwe Miikaan Corp. Board Member

Henvey Inlet First Nation

ROGER JACKLIN
Shwe Miikaan Corp. Board Member

Magnetawan First Nation

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RAYMOND  KAGAGINS
Consultation Coordinator / Director
Shwe Miikaan Corp
Henvey Inlet First Nation

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Covid-19
Shwe Miikaan is committed to making best efforts to minimize the spread of Covid- 19 through social distancing. We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation in Ontario and will continue following recommendations from Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health and guidance from the Government of Canada. Please continue to check this notice for any updates.
Help prevent the spread of COVID-19
Shwe Miikaan Limited Partnership asks all individuals and employers to continue taking the following precautions to keep themselves healthy and safe and to help prevent community transmission of COVID-19.
• Wash your hands with soap and water thoroughly (2 minutes) and often
• Practice social distancing (2 metres)
• Cough and sneeze into a tissue or your sleeve. Dispose of the tissue immediately and wash your hands or use an alcohol-based hand scrub
• Keep surfaces clean and disinfected
• Stay home if you are feeling ill
We appreciate your support and understanding in helping us control the spread of infection to ensure we all remain healthy and safe.
If you think you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has it, use Ontario’s self-assessment tool to help determine if you need to seek further care. Also ensure that you inform anybody you may have been in close contact with if you are experiencing any of these COVID-19 symptoms.