Mamo-NuskomitowinAboriginal Human Resources Development Agreement
Mamo-Nuskomitowin Steering Committee (MNSC) was established in October of 1998 to address the development and implementation of an agreement with Human Resources Development Canada which is now known as Employment Services Development Canada upon the federal government’s announcement of the Aboriginal Resources Development Strategy, which is now the Aboriginal Skills and Employment & Training Strategy (ASETS).
MNSC is an Aboriginal Skills and Employment & Training Agreement (ASETA) holder. MNSC is defined as a flow through agreement holder and as such, it does not offer services or programming directly. Program delivery is done through two Local Delivery Mechanisms (LDM), who provide programs and services to their respective First Nations.
Wabun Training & Employment
The Wabun Training and Employment Services department of the council is responsible for the delivery of funds and programs to its six First Nations.
First Nations Serviced:
Chapleau Ojibway, Brunswick House, Flying Post, Matachewan, Mattagami, Wahgoshig
Mushkegowuk Employment & Training Services
Mushkegowuk Council is a federally incorporated non-profit organization and their primary mandate is to provide advisory services to the seven First Nations. The Mushkegowuk Employment and Training Services (METS) department of the council is responsible for the delivery of funds and programs to nine First Nations.
Attawapiskat, Chapleau Cree, Fort Albany, Kashechewan, Missanabie Cree, Moose Cree, Taykwa Tagamou, Weenusk
36 Birch Street South, Timmins, ON P4N 2A5
A committee was organized which consisted of one political representative from each Tribal Council in the delivery area (Wabun & Mushkegowuk Tribal Council’s) along with a technical representative from each of the Local Delivery Mechanisms.
Mamo-Nuskomitowin Steering Committee StaffContact Information
Mamo-Nuskomitowin Steering Committee (MNSC)
313 Railway Street, Timmins, Ontario P4N 2P4
Phone: (705) 268-9066 ext 226
Fax: (705) 268-8554
WTES is a federally funded program which was designed to expand the employment opportunities of Aboriginal people across Canada.