Posts Tagged ‘Long Lake # 58 First Nation’

Greenstone OPP Push for Change Event a Success: Fundraising Continues

Greenstone OPP Push for Change Event a Success: Fundraising Continues

GREENSTONE, ON – On March 8, 2017, a former homeless youth and current entrepreneur, Joe Roberts will be pushing a shopping cart, (a symbol of chronic homelessness) through Nipigon, Ontario. The Push for Change is a 9000 km, 517 day trek across Canada to raise awareness and funds for ending youth [Read more]

Crime of the Week – Mischief in Long Lake

Crime of the Week – Mischief in Long Lake

Thunder Bay District Crime Stoppers and the Ontario Provincial Police are asking for your help in solving a mischief that occurred in the later part of September 2015 in the First Nation Territory of Long Lake 58. Sometime between September 14th and 27th unknown persons destroyed a statue that sat [Read more]

Matawa Chiefs Look Forward to Fulfilling of Commitments by New Federal Gov’t

Matawa Chiefs Look Forward to Fulfilling of Commitments by New Federal Gov’t

THUNDER BAY, ON – Further to the Your Vote Matters! Campaign launched on October 14, 2015, the Matawa Chiefs today expressed their encouragement for the increased Indigenous voter turn-out in the five (5) ridings of in the Matawa region during the October 19, 2015 federal election. “The [Read more]

Speeding Brampton Driver Stopped and Charged in Greenstone

Speeding Brampton Driver Stopped and Charged in Greenstone

GREENSTONE, ON – Sunday, August 16, 2015 at approximately 1:10 am, an officer from the Greenstone Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) was on patrol on Highway 11, in the area of Long Lake 58 First Nation. The officer observed the driver of a west bound Chevrolet Impala driving [Read more]

Traffic Stop in Longlac Leads to Dug Seizure and Charges

Traffic Stop in Longlac Leads to Dug Seizure and Charges

LONGLAC, ON –  July 14, 2015 at approximately 1:40pm a member of the Greenstone Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) conducted a traffic stop on Highway #11 in the community of Longlac to investigate a suspicious vehicle. Through subsequent investigation, the officer determined [Read more]

Ontario and Matawa Member First Nations Celebrate Historic Framework for Negotiations on the Ring of Fire

Ontario and Matawa Member First Nations Celebrate Historic Framework for Negotiations on the Ring of Fire

Premier Joins First Nations Chiefs to Formalize Regional Framework Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Matawa member First Nations Chiefs were in Thunder Bay yesterday, where they joined Matawa community members, to officially celebrate the recent signing of a landmark regional framework agreement to [Read more]

Ontario, First Nations to Work Together on Ring of Fire

Ontario, First Nations to Work Together on Ring of Fire

Historic Agreement to Move Ring of Fire Development Forward The Province of Ontario and Matawa-member First Nations are taking another step forward by reaching a landmark agreement that will ensure First Nation communities benefit from the proposed Ring of Fire development. The regional framework [Read more]

Greenstone Resident Charged With Trafficking Property Obtained by Crime

Greenstone Resident Charged With Trafficking Property Obtained by Crime

ARREST ON LONG LAKE #58 FIRST NATION Long Lake #58 First Nation, ON – March 5, 2012 members of the Greenstone Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) executed a warrant to enter a dwelling-house on Long Lake #58 First Nation Territory. It is alleged that the accused had sold property [Read more]

New Multi-Purpose Centre For Long Lake First Nation

New Multi-Purpose Centre For Long Lake First Nation

McGuinty Government Helping Community Members, Creating Jobs A new multi-purpose centre at Long Lake #58 First Nation will provide a gathering place for the community, which will offer educational training and will help create nine new jobs. With support from the province, the First Nation, located [Read more]

Suspect arrested by Greenstone OPP after attempt to flee

Suspect arrested by Greenstone OPP after attempt to flee

GREENSTONE, ON On March 25, 2011 at approximately 3:40 pm members of the Greenstone Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Detachment conducted a traffic stop on Highway # 11 near the Long Lake # 58 First Nation.  The 35 year old male passenger from Long Lake # 58 First Nation was found to be in breach [Read more]

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