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 [...]
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 [...]
Reminder the June council meeting will be held Wednesday July 4th at 7pm.
She:kon, National Indigenous Peoples Day is a day to recognize and celebrate the cultures and contributions of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis Indigenous peoples of Canada. Below are some words of wisdom on [...]
Interested members who run a tree removal business should contact email@example.com, or call 905-641-8111 ex 240. Newman bros have the contract for rebuilding the Ragged Rapids bridge beginning this August. Interested members please apply. [...]
Dnaagdawenmag Binnoojiiyag Child and Family Services would like to hear from you to better understand the needs of families in our region. Please join us April 5 at the Cultural Centre at 2pm. [...]
Citizenship Update – Next Meeting Saturday March 17th 10am All members and their families are encouraged to take part in the ongoing Citizenship/Membership discussions which are vital in understanding the community of Wahta, the [...]
Mohawk Institute Residential School Video & Healing Art Workshop. This workshop will begin with watching the Residential School Tour video. Strong emotions will be triggered and a debrief will begin with a short sprint [...]
Winter Carnival and Ice Fishing Derby February 24, 2018 Once again it is time to get out your fishing gear and bait and mosey on down to the lake for a day of ice [...]
Due to a death in the community this meeting is cancelled. Our heartfelt condolences to the family. Join Us this Saturday Feb 17 from 10am – 4pm at the Cultural Centre for our ongoing [...]
Sign up for the Good Food Box program, due by the 7th of each month.
Read more about the First Nation Conservation program below