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Tribal Council: Bimose Tribal Council (BTC) Political Territorial Organization: Grand Council Treaty #3 (GCT3) Treaty #3
  • Community has approx 130 housing units
  • Aug 2017-Federal gov't announces $16M in funding for Treaty #3 housing; Shoal Lake 39 First Nation to receive $1,540,000


Organization: Shoal Lake 39 First Nation - Band Office - Housing Department  
Phone Numbers: 807-733-2560
Fax: 807-733-3106
Address:
c/o Housing
Kejick Post Office
PO Box 1
Kejick, ON
P0X 1E0
Street
Address
:
Shoal Lake  
Location: Community is approx 48 km W of Kenora off Hwy 17, then 16 km S on Hwy 673 , located along NW shores of Shoal Lake
Accessibility: Not Wheelchair Accessible    Not Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-12 noon, 1 pm-4 pm
Executives: Chris Kejick - Infrastructure Manager
807-733-2560 ext 201 * ckej@outlook.com
Gerald Lewis - Chief
807-733-2560 ext 216 * Gerald2k@gmail.com
Contacts: Glenna Greene - Receptionist
807-733-2560 ext 200
Tia Hyacinthe - Executive Assistant
Service Description:
  • Addresses and acts upon all housing issues and related requests
  • Ensures that housing issues are effectively managed
  • Offers the following services:
    • Provides recommendations and changes to the housing policy
    • Receives and reviews applications for renovations, new housing units, housing loans and housing renovation loans
    • Reviews rents to ensure payments are made
    • Arranges inspections of rental units and community houses for maintenance, repairs and renovations
    • Carries out annual maintenance and repairs on behalf of tenants
    • Maintains a comprehensive database on all community housing units that includes information such as what programs were accessed for building and repairs, loans outstanding, services (water, sewer, roads) available, inspection reports, condition of unit, year it was built and other unit particulars
    • Enforces all tenant agreements and explains agreement responsibilities
    Also responsible for:
    • Providing assistance in the long-term planning of minor/major capital projects
    • Development and maintenance of all documents and forms related to housing including leases, releases and notices

    Fees: None
    Application: Copy of the housing policy and all related building applications/housing forms available at the Band Office
    Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Members of Shoal Lake #39 First Nation
    Languages: English ; Interpretive Services
    Language Note: Interpretive Services
    Area(s) Served:
    District of Kenora, District of Rainy River  
    See Also: Affordable Housing
    Housing Referral and Rights

    This information was last completely updated on October 18, 2018

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    Updated October 18, 2018
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