The Opaskwayak Cree Nations Annual General Assembly was held at the OCN veteran’s hall on Tuesday night. The primary focus of the assembly was to present the audit for 2016 and 2017 and to have OCN entities conduct presentations on their fiancial positions.
OCN General Manager Joan Niquinicappo says one of the most important pieces presented at the assembly was the management action plan which involves reducing the deficit, cost cutting measures, and balancing what OCN is able to provide for the community.
She added that she wants community members to be aware that there will be community consolations that will commence in November for planning and priorities and they need the communities input as what they see as a priority for OCN.
If you were unable to attend the assembly, you can find copies of the presentations at the finance office at the Otineka Mall and the copy of the audit can be found online at the Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada Website.