Board Meeting Dates April 2020 - March 2021


Canada Summer Jobs

Sioux Lookout Area Aboriginal Management Board
80 Front Street, Sioux Lookout, Ontario
P8T 1A1
|phone# 807-737-4047, Fax #807-737-4048


PROGRAM: Canada Summer Jobs

JOB DESCRIPTION: Secretary/Reception Assistant

Job Summary

Culinary arts program toasts inaugural learners


Instructional Assistant

The Sioux Lookout Area Aboriginal Management Board are looking for an Instructional Assistant for their Culinary Arts program.

SLAAMB Secretary/Receptionist

Sioux Lookout Area Aboriginal Management Board (SLAAMB), is currently seeking an individual to join the SLAAMB Team. SLAAMB is a not for profit Aboriginal organization with a primary mandate to provide employment and training initiatives for 25 First Nation Communities within the catchment area of Sioux Lookout, ON.

The Secretary/Receptionist is directly accountable to the Coordinator and is responsible for providing reception, clerical and administrative services for SLAAMB staff.

Duties and Responsibilities:


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Hydro One Launches Scholarship for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Students

 Hydro One News Release

Hydro One Launches Scholarship for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Students

Toronto, January 12, 2012 - Hydro One has launched the Hydro One FNMI Award, an academic scholarship for First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) students that support their post-secondary education in power-related studies.

"Our Hydro One FNMI Award provides students with monetary support and hands-on work experience that can help them learn, grow and achieve in power-related careers," s



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Video to Encourage Aborginal People to Consider Trades Careers to be released October 7, 2011!

SLAAMB along with the Northwestern Ontario Building Trades and the Northern Ontario Steering Committee has developed a video that encourages Aboriginal People to complete their grade 12 education with an emphasis on good math and English skills in order to get into apprenticeship in the various trades.

The video will be ready October 7th, 2011 then it will be sent to the various First Nation communities and native organizations.  Watch for it on our website or at your community band office or school!

For your information, it is believed that there will be a skills short