Attention Red Rock Indian Band Members:
There will be a meeting amongst the 6 Lake Nipigon First Nation’s to discuss the Outfitting that is going on in Lake Nipigon. An American group has been portraying themselves as a ‘Not for Profit Christian Group’ and have been flying in guests on a regular basis to fish and stay on their 80 foot floating lodges.
The meeting is on Friday August 17th at 1:00 at the Resource Center.
The Red Rock Indian Band (RRIB) is an Ojibwe First Nation in Northwestern Ontario, Canada. The Council is an independent member of Union of Ontario Indians, a Tribal Political Organization. There are 107 homes on reserve with a population of 323 residents. In addition, more than 1500 live off reserve. The traditional Ojibwe name for the Band is Opwaaganasiniing which means pipestone in the locative voice. Read More >
The First Nations Financial Transparency Act requires that 581 First Nations, defined as an Indian band under the Indian Act, make their audited consolidated financial statements and a Schedule of Remuneration and Expenses of chief and council available to their members as well as publish it on a website. The RRIB financial documents include:
- 2017 Consolidated Financial Statements
- 2017 Schedules of Revenue and Expenses by Program
- 2015 Ontario First Nations Limited Partnerships
- 2017 Schedules of Remuneration and Expenses (Chief and Councillors)
Chief and Council Policy and Guidelines can be viewed here