Who was removed from office at Leamington First Nation?

Who was removed from office at Leamington First Nation?

LEAMINGTON — The chief and a band councillor from a small Southwestern Ontario First Nation have been removed from office in the fallout of a nearly $600,000 band powwow, an audit of which found much of the spending wasn’t backed up.

How does human resources work at Skownan First Nation?

All human resource staffing issues are dealt with through HR with support from the Program Directors/Managers including employee monitoring, management, recruitment, and assessments . Both the Director of Finance and HR work hand and hand to assure proper communications throughout the department and band.

Why was chief removed from First Nation band?

Some frustrated band members, who sought answers at a weekend membership meeting with the council, got nowhere, told instead answers couldn’t be provided because a police investigation is underway.

Who is the chief of the Caldwell First Nation?

Chief Louise Hillier and her entire council from the Caldwell First Nation had already been suspended in June, as band members demanded the forensic audit into the powwow held last summer in Leamington to celebrate the band’s $105-million land claim settlement in 2011 with the federal government. We apologize, but this video has failed to load.

LEAMINGTON — The chief and a band councillor from a small Southwestern Ontario First Nation have been removed from office in the fallout of a nearly $600,000 band powwow, an audit of which found much of the spending wasn’t backed up.

Who are the members of Scugog Island First Nation?

Chief & Council Council Elected Council for the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation is comprised of one Chief and two Councillors. The most recent election was held in June 2017. Each council position is for a period or term of two years. Chief

Some frustrated band members, who sought answers at a weekend membership meeting with the council, got nowhere, told instead answers couldn’t be provided because a police investigation is underway.

Who are the members of the Sunchild First Nation?

As of March 09, 2017, the Sunchild First Nation is led by Chief Jonathan Frencheater and councillors Norman Lagrelle, Audrey Crookedlegs, Clint McHugh, Joey Pete and Edwin Frencheater. The Chief and Council oversee approximately 1300 members (1,209 in 2008 census), with approximately 75% living on the Nation.