Provided by: File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council (aka FHQTC)Print
Active Measures refers to proactive interventions designed to:
- Increase labour force attachment and employment outcomes for First Nations
- Decrease the Income Assistance dependency rate for on-reserve First Nations, particularly youth
- Create incentives for individuals to pursue training while removing incentives to remain on Income Assistance.
- On-reserve First Nations
- On income assistance
- Between 18 and 64 years of age
Wood Mountain Lakota First Nation
PO Box 1792
Assiniboia, SK S0H 0B0
Located 3 miles southwest of the village of Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan.
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Contact the Active Measures Coordinator for more information.
Carry The Kettle First Nation, Little Black Bear First Nation, Muscowpetung First Nation, Nekaneet First Nation, Okanese First Nation, Pasqua First Nation, Peepeekisis First Nation, Piapot First Nation, Standing Buffalo First Nation, Star Blanket First Nation, Wood Mountain
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