Keeseekoose Health updates

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Health News

Treaty Days will be held May 16-17, 2017  on Keeseekoose First Nation. 

Check out the AUDIT section for new information added. 

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Keeseekoose Chief and Council 

 

Keeseekoose First Nations Chief Lyndon Musqua and Council strive to enhance the quality of life for all band members through Treaty Rights, education programs, healing, wellness, culture and tradtions.

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Keeseekoose Economic Development

Current Projects

Multiplex - A 6 plex was approved for the village and zoning and geological drilling has started.

Landfill - Proposals have been submitted and a plan to develop the Landfill site is completed. 

Solar power - Tired of paying the power bill? We've submitted proposals for the development of Solar power on Keeseekoose First Nation. 

Lands - A proposal was submitted to Keeseekoose from the city of Regina for the purchase of 5.6 acres of the Dewdney lands in Regina. This will assist in the payment of Land taxes. Stay tuned. 

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Welcome to Keeseekoose First Nation

KEESEEKOOSE First Nations is a website sponsered by the Health Port Folio, and will provide relevant information for Keeseekoose band members and staff  living on the reserve or in urban centres across Canada

We will provide updates and information on a monthly basis to provide membership with the answers to the questions you have. Financial information will also be provided in the Audit section to ensure that a standard of transparency and accountability are achieved. 

Chief and Council have signed a BCR that ensures that we are taking the steps towards a drug free reserve.  As part of this, drug testing is in effect for all staff , employees/contractors, as well as Chief and council.  We know that the example has to start with our leaders. The goal is to achieve economic stability and independency so that we can serve all on reserve and urban members across the country.