Solid Waste Planning Study General Meeting July 20, 2019 Join us on Saturday July 20 for our general meeting, one item on the agenda will be the Sold Waste Planning Study. Download Flyer Here
On the morning of Wednesday May 8, Council were meeting in the Council office and were informed by staff that a small group had taken occupation of the Cultural Healing Centre. A council member attended the scene and reported back that the group had no intention of leaving the premises. It was agreed by [...]
An exciting opportunity exists to represent the Ontario Region at a National First Nations and Inuit National Science Camp as part of the First Nations and Inuit Youth Employment Strategy for students aged 12 to 15 at the time of the camp and living on reserve. The week-long camp will be held July 21-28, 2019 [...]
Reminder public council meetings are now the first Tuesday of the month - see you tonight Tuesday February 5 at 7pm at the Administration Building.
General Meeting held this Saturday Feb 2, 2019 at 9:30am at Administration Building. Agenda includes: Cannabis in our Community Election Regulations Membership Next Steps You can now view the full results of the membership survey available online as well as the Wahta Community Engagement Report completed by Waneek Horn-Miller. Both files are available at [...]
The Wahta Mohawks Community Profile project is complete! A project request was made in Wahta’s March 2018 newsletter through The Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians (AIAI) education department to develop a historical booklet for teachers in both First Nation and provincial schools. The booklet provides information that may help promote cultural awareness of [...]
Reminder there is no public council meeting tonight due to scheduling conflicts. Our final council meeting for 2018 will be Tuesday December 11, 2018.
Chief Franks recently attended the District of Muskoka committee meeting and is pleased to announce that Wahta Mohawks has been approved as a Community Safety Zone. This means speed fines will be doubled for a 6.5 km stretch beginning on our west border to just past What A Convenience store and gas station. The [...]
Here are a few more images of larger animals located in the open passageways of trails. These areas allow the trail cams the best opportunity to capture images of wildlife here on Wahta. Thank-you to William Manary for his continued research on our wildlife populations.
Join us this Saturday July 28 at 9am for our general meeting at the Administration Building. Guests include OPP Inspector Brian Therrien to present on the District Safe Roads Campaign and Environmental Manger Jamie Delaney will speak on the Management of Invasive Species.