The Sioux Lookout Friendship Accord partners are heading to PDAC International Conference in Toronto on March 4th, 2017 after they celebrate the signing of two historic documents in Thunder Bay, as announced in the media alert distributed Feb 28, 2017.  This event, Mar. 3, 2017, in Thunder Bay, will be hosted jointly by Lac Seul First Nation, Cat Lake First Nation, Slate Falls First Nation, Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug, the Municipality of Sioux Lookout, Township of Pickle Lake and First Mining Finance Corporation. The theme is:                                           READ IT HERE

Mayor's Report on Sioux Lookout Regional Distribution Centre Meetings

Sioux Lookout, ON – The Municipality of Sioux Lookout continues to build upon its successful relationships with area First Nations. Council recently adopted the Chief Administrative Officer’s Report on potential Municipal responses to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Final Report and Calls to Action. The Report identifies various Calls to Action categories and outlines general Municipal directional responses to the identified objectives. At the same meeting, and at Mayor Lawrance’s request, Council endorsed the creation of an ad hoc committee . . .                  READ IT HERE

Shared Lands, Shared Benefit, Shared Future 

THUNDER BAY, ON – On March 3, 2017, the leadership of the Peshewesaheknik,(Cat Lake) Obishikokaang, (Lac Seul) and Bimaychikamah, (Slate Falls) First 

Sioux Lookout Friendship Accord Expanding and Solidifying


Nations were pleased to announce that they entered into a historic Protocol Agreement. The agreement celebrates and outlines the practical mechanisms for equally sharing economic benefits within the Nation’s shared territories. The agreement is to re-establish the concepts of shared use. It clarifies and presents a general position on the First Nation understanding that harvesting rights and sustenance are transferable . . .                 READ IT HERE

Vicki Blanchard Rallies the Partners

Sioux Lookout 

Mobilizes on


Calls to Action