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Fort William First Nation, ON
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First Nations LandManagement Act


Our sovereignty is found in our unique relationship with the land.

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Say Yes to AES

The proposed Anishinabek Education System will give our students a better education and help them build better lives.

constitutionalism

As part of honourable governance, FWFN is developing constitutional tools to govern itself in ways that honour Anishinaabeg legal orders.

community planning

Engagement is key, as is making informed collective decisions. Our community planning centres Anishinaabeg practice, while challenging the status quo.

FWFN-meetings-2

september

26sep6:00 pm- 8:00 pmConstitution Consultation Meeting
30sep - 2octsep 306:00 pmoct 2FWFN Fall Pow WowResurgence

Fort William First Nation in the Media

Chief Peter CollinsFort William First Nation
Peter Collins is, currently serving his eighth term as the Chief of Fort William First Nation. He previously served 9 years as Regional Grand Chief of the Northern Superior Region and currently holds a Board position with the Union of Ontario Indians, Anishnawbek Nation. Chief Collins sits on the Board of Directors for Dilico and is the President of BLP-Bamkushwada, as well as the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law-Aboriginal Advisory Committee. A successful entrepreneur specializing in Heavy Equipment and Construction which has provided employment to the members of his First Nation with Mount McKay Heavy Equipment for over thirty years. Chief Collins is a leader who works hard for his community and is focussed on advancing the First Nation through Economic Development and capacity building. With this dynamic vision, he wants to ensure that Fort William First Nation will position itself to be a leader in this area and to be a partner to other surrounding communities, businesses and organizations. He believes strongly in the people of Fort William First Nation with a priority on taking care of the Elders and setting an example for the Youth. He speaks and promotes about the importance of education; whether it’s in a classroom setting or a skilled trade. Chief Collins has been married for thirty-five years to Susan and is the proud father of six children and grandfather to eleven grandchildren and 3 great grand children. When he is not working or spending time with his beloved family, you can find him watching his favourite team the Toronto Maple Leafs or in the off season at a golf course near you ☺

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