Mushkegowuk Council Seeks Proposals for Family Healing Centre


ATTAWAPISKAT – The purpose of this Request for Proposals (RFP) is to identify and select a qualified consultant who will identify the feasibility of building a Family Healing Centre within the Mushkegowuk territory, including the development of a business case to secure funding and guide operations.

The Mushkegowuk Council constitutes the following seven (7) First Nations; Attawapiskat, Fort Albany, Kashechewan, Moose Cree, Taykwa Tagamou, Chapleau Cree and Missanabie Cree. Weenusk First Nation is within the Mushkegowuk traditional territory but is considered independent. For the purposes of this project, the Weenusk First Nation is included. The collective will of these communities and surrounding area represent a total population in excess of 23,000 First Nation citizens.

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Consultants may submit questions to the Mushkegowuk Council’s representative for this Request for Proposals by email up to 72 hours prior to the RFP closing date at:

Douglas Cheechoo
Special Projects Officer
Office: 705 658 422 ext. 107

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