Operations Based - Live Exercises

The Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation’s Emergency Planning Service is announcing the delivery of Operations Based - Live Exercises (OBLE) to Ontario First Nations. The OBLE are designed to simulate an emergency management situation and test a First Nation’s emergency management plan.  The OBLE has four main objectives to accomplish:

New Infrastructure Specialist joins the OFNTSC - Chasity Toulouse

The OFNTSC’s Infrastructure Specialist service for Unaffiliated First Nations has a new member of the team. Chasity Toulouse was recently hired as an Infrastructure Specialist to work for the OFNTSC. Ms. Toulouse will be working with Unaffiliated First Nations to inspect residential units and community buildings. The OFNTSC remains committed to ensure infrastructure, and homes on reserve are being built to the highest possible standard.  Chasity brings 15 years of experience working at the First Nation, and Tribal Council level to her position with the OFNTSC.  

20th Anniversary Annual Report now available for download!

The Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation (OFNTSC) is pleased to announce that our 20th Anniversary Annual Report is now available for download.  Inside this year's report you will find information on OFNTSC's services, board members, student classic golf tournament, First Nations Water Symposium and much more. Download your copy today! 

New Water and Wastewater Specialist Richard Shawanda

The Ontario First Nations Techncial Services Corporation is announcing the hiring of a Water and Wastewater Specialist Richard Shawanda.  Mr. Shawanda will be providing water and wastewater services to Unaffiliated First Nations (no tribal council affiliation) in Ontario. The OFNTSC remains committed to working with First Nations to deliver quality drink water to communities in Ontario. Mr. Shawanda has over 15 years of experience delivering quality drinking water, as well as an extensive history in training plant operators to meet and exceed provincial regulations.  

First Nations Asset Management Workshop - Manitoulin Island

The Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation (OFNTSC) in partnership with UCCMM, North Shore,Waabnoong Bemjiwang Tribal Councils and the Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve will be hosting a three day First Nations Asset Management Workshop from June 2-4, 2015 at the Manitoulin Hotel and Conference Centre in Little Current, ON. 

Wastewater System Effluent Regulation (WSER) limits now in force

The Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation is informing First Nations and Tribal Councils that the Wastewater Systems Effluent Regulations (WSER) that came into force in 2012, under the Fisheries Act now has effluent limits that are in force. The limits came in to force on January 1, 2015. The WSER aims to monitor the amount of effluent discharged into bodies of water at any given time.

2014 First Nations Water Symposium

The Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation (OFNTSC) is pleased to present the 2014 First Nations Water Symposium taking place March 4 -5, 2014 at the Marriott Gateway on the Falls, Niagara Falls, Ontario.
 
This year's Water Symposium theme is: Water Infrastructure: "Getting to a New Sustainable Standard".

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