“We are the authors of our own destiny”
Daisy House, Chief
A warm welcome to our newly elected Deputy Chief, Paula Napash.
Paula Napash, Deputy Chief
Please note that starting today, you will have to answer to these 3 questions and show to the check-point monitor who is travelling with you in your vehicle when COMING IN and GOING OUT of Chisasibi. Signs will be up soon at the check-point as a reminder for all vehicles. Thank you for you collaboration on this matter. Stay safe!
February 4th, 2021
Effective February 8th, 2021, it was agreed to extend the Chisasibi community curfew for another 45 days. In a joint effort to control the potential spread of COVID-19 in our community, the Mandatory Self-Isolation Law was also extended for another 45 days.
However, it was decided to modify the curfew times to 11:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. We would like to remind those who contravene the curfew will be fined $500 for a first offence, $750 for a second and $1,000 for each subsequent offence. The EEPF may issue fines on site and immediately to offenders.
Chisasibi is in phase 2, therefore, we encourage community members to respect and to continue to follow precautionary measures:
We expect everyone’s continued collaboration and cooperation during these challenging times. Let’s all do our part to help protect ourselves, our loved ones and especially the most vulnerable.
CREE NATION OF CHISASIBI CHIEF & COUNCIL
Moderna vaccine arrived January 16th in Chisasibi! Everyone from 18 years old and over can come to receive their first dose at the Youth Center from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., everyday of the week. #protecteeyouistchee
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Cree Nation of Chisasibi territory, including Long Point, is actually closed tourism. We are asking people to not attempt to drive towards our community, since we want to protect our most vulnerable ones and elders from a potential virus outbreak.
A 24/7 checkpoint is situated at KM 12 on the Chisasibi Road to control the access into our community. No access will be granted without proper authorization.
If you were planning on visiting our area, we are sorry for the inconvenience that it may create. Again, we are asking any visitors to avoid coming towards Chisasibi.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation on this matter.
The Cree Nation of Chisasibi would like to inform community members that non-medical mask or face covering that covers the nose and the mouth for people age 12 and over is now mandatory in a public place, starting today July 21st, 2020.
CNC has created an email for community members to share their feedback, suggestions, questions, ideas, comments and concerns that they want to share or would like answered from the CNC management, respective departments as well as the Chief and Council of the Cree Nation of Chisasibi.
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