Chief Isadore Day Seeks Better Relationships Between Governments

Chief Isadore Day has declared his intention to seek the role as Ontario Regional Chief
Chief Isadore Day, Ontario Regional Chief

THUNDER BAY – Chief Isadore Day is working toward a new relationship between First Nations and other levels of government.

Chief Isadore Day
Chief Isadore Day

Chief Day states, “A resolution will be presented at the All Ontario Chiefs Conference in June, seeking support from the Chiefs to proceed to the next steps. The Chiefs of Ontario’s coordinating mandate is an important aspect of helping to build strong relationships between First Nations and other jurisdictions. Ultimately, the Chiefs in assembly determine all mandates going forward”.

“We know that when First Nations and municipalities work together, there are usually far-reaching results and successes. We also know, regardless of what side of the table you are on, there will be occasional challenges that are overcome by governments working together,” adds the Serpent River First Nation Chief.

Chief Day states that over the past months, travelling across the Northwest, listening to Chiefs and community members, he is hearing a strong message that people are ready for more action, and want results on many of the key issues.

“I would be seeking to have the Ontario Regional Chiefs office and the Political Confederacy address this file as an important step forward and to make contact with all parties that will be important to the process,” continued Day.

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