In 1995, the Infrastructure Service was one of the inaugural services offered to First Nations Tribal Councils. The Infrastructure Program originally began as an inspection service for First Nations not affiliated with a tribal council. Over the years as Infrastructure evolved, training for building inspectors, introduction of new building techniques and construction and support for Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) reporting systems came into place. 

Benefits of using the Infrastructure Service: 

  • Inspections provided by certified First Nations inspectors
  • Home inspections completed on time, with follow up reporting by inspectors
  • Empowers housing departments to be self-sufficient
  • Housing stock deficiencies can be identified earlier, to lower costs for maintenance issues
  • Homes will be built to applicable building code standards as qualified by First Nations
  • Higher quality homes built with energy efficiency designs
  • Cleaner air inside of homes
  • Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) reporting completed on time
  • Community expansion plans identified years in advance of building homes

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If the project or required service you are requesting is related to or funded by the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) please do not use this form. Contact your community's CMHC representative.

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Alain currently serves as Infrastructure Specialist for OFNTSC
Clayton currently works as an Infrastructure Specialist at the Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation (OFNTSC), working out of the Thunder Bay office, since September of 2018.
Charles is an Infrastructure Specialist at OFNTSC and a member of Atikameksheng Anishnawbek.
As the Infrastructure Supervisor, Nathan assists the OFNTSC in providing technical advisory to all First Nation communities in the province.
Glen Goodman, member of Animbiigoo Zaagi’igan Anishanaabek First Nation, is the Director of Operations.
Theo is Mohawk from Six Nations of the Grand River, and is currently serving as an Infrasturcture Intern.
Corey currently serves as an Infrastructure Specialist for OFNTSC
Randy Roy is from M'Chigeeng First Nation and currently serves as an Infrastructure Specialist for OFNTSC.
Spenser is from Aikameksheng Anishnawbek and currently serves as an Infrastructure Intern for OFNTSC.