The Red Rock Indian Band held 2 meetings on the consultations on the Collaborative Process on Indian Registration, Band Membership and First Nations Citizenship. One was on November 24 in Thunder Bay and the other was November 26 at the Lake Helen Reserve. For those who were not able to attend the meetings the presentation is available below, also the link for the livestreaming of the November 24th meeting.
The Livestream Link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pk6WIXMwfVg
If you would like your input added to our report, please email, phone or send me your input by mail. Your input on these topics is valuable.
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