Neeganii-iishawin Conference: A Milestone Event for Northern Ontario’s Future

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Neeganii-iishawin Conference:
Monday, February 26th – February 29th, 2024
Victoria Inn Hotel & Conference Center

Thunder Bay – Business – Thunder Bay is poised to host the Neeganii-iishawin Conference, a seminal event that marks a significant stride towards the economic and cultural rejuvenation of Northern Ontario. This conference will see the convergence of six influential partner organizations, including the Windigo Community Development Corporation, Matawa First Nations, Keewaytinook Okimakanak, Shibogama First Nations Council, and the Independent First Nations Alliance. The gathering is a testament to the collective ambition to nurture economic development, foster reconciliation, and unlock the intrinsic prosperity of Ontario’s northern regions.

Aimed at facilitating a collaborative forum, the Neeganii-iishawin Conference is dedicated to exploring innovative approaches to resource management, community infrastructure enhancement, and the integration of cultural heritage as a pillar of economic progress. The event will also serve as a critical platform for advancing discussions on reconciliation, offering pathways to overcome historical adversities through economic empowerment and collaborative efforts.

This groundbreaking initiative symbolizes a forward-looking commitment to the sustainable development and unity of Northern Ontario’s communities. The Neeganii-iishawin Conference embodies the spirit of partnership and hope for a prosperous, inclusive future for all inhabitants of the region.

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