Tribal Harm Reduction Coordinator – Employment Opportunity

JOB TITLE: Tribal Harm Reduction Coordinator TERM: ASAP – March 2022 POST: IRTC Winnipeg Sub-Office SALARY: TBD (based on education & experience) Job Description: Reporting directly to the Tribal Nursing Officer (TNO), the Tribal Health Education Coordinator (TORHEC) will be responsible for program enhancement and coordinating Harm Reduction activities for Interlake Reserves Tribal Council’s (IRTC)…

Canada supports Interlake Reserves Tribal Council efforts to combat climate change risks

From: Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada February 13, 2019 — Winnipeg, MANITOBA — Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada Climate change is one of the greatest collective challenges Canada faces as a nation. The Government of Canada is committed to working in partnership with First Nation communities to tackle climate change, grow the economy, and…

IRTC Takes Stand Against Province of Manitoba

OTTAWA, Dec. 4, 2018 /CNW/ – Interlake Reserves Tribal Council (IRTC) and its member First Nations are disappointed and feel betrayed by Premier Pallister’s recent comments on First Nation consultations on the Outlet Channel Project. Chief Cornell McLean of Lake Manitoba First Nation, and Chairman for the IRTC states, “If the Premier is serious about getting the Channels Project built quickly, he needs to spend less time making inflammatory statements to the media and more time…

Youth Enhancement Gathering a Success!

The Social Development Program hosted a Youth Enhancement Gathering March 27 and 28, 2018 bringing together our Interlake Reserves Tribal Council Communities youth on income assistance ages 18 – 30 years old.  Purpose of forum was to promote higher education, entrepreneurship, resume building and training opportunities. Funding for the program came from First Nations and…

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 8, 2018 (Winnipeg, Manitoba)

Interlake Reserves Tribal Council is the largest tribal council in Manitoba, with over 17000 members from its six member communities (Lake Manitoba First Nation, Kinonjeoshtegon First Nation, Peguis First Nation, Dauphin River First Nation, Little Saskatchewan First Nation, and Pinaymootang First Nation). They have been in ongoing discussions with the current Provincial government: the PC…