Resource revenue sharing agreements let First Nations share in the economic benefits of forestry and mining operations near their communities.
Responsible for community infrastructure, capital project development and strategic planning.
From mining exploration, development and operation, to forestry and hydro-electric facilities, Wabun’s First Nations have applied a consistent and progressive approach to engaging with various resource developers.
The Training and Employment Services (TES) department of the council is responsible for the delivery of funds and programs to its five member First Nations.
The Wabun Development Corporation was established by Wabun Tribal Council to promote economic development for its member First Nations.
Responsible for encouraging and assisting member First Nations and their membership, to establish and expand businesses and business opportunities.
WTC is committed to providing support services and programs for the youth of its member First Nations. Wabun coordinates a Youth Gathering that takes place every summer.
Wabun Financial Services provides advice on governance and financial management practices to its member First Nations.
Wabun Tribal Council made history in December 1993 as the first organization in Ontario to take over the administration of health programming from the First Nations & Inuit Health Branch of Health Canada.