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Long Plain First Nation employment opportunities & position descriptions are listed here.

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Virtual Annual General Meeting – February 8, 2022

Community News, Events, Featured News

Join the Long Plain First Nation virtual Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, February 8, 2022 at 10am on Zoom. This meeting is for band... Read More → Virtual Annual General Meeting – February 8, 2022

Notice of Community Lockdown – Thursday December 23, 2021 to Thursday January 13, 2022

Community News, COVID-19

As a precautionary and protective measure and to stop the transmission of COVID-19 virus, The Chief and Council and the Pandemic... Read More → Notice of Community Lockdown – Thursday December 23, 2021 to Thursday January 13, 2022

Canada and Long Plain First Nation reach settlement agreement on 1916 Surrender – Mismanagement of Sales Specific Claim

Community News, Featured News

News Release November 30, 2021 – Long Plain First Nation, Treaty One Territory, Manitoba – Crown–Indigenous Relations... Read More → Canada and Long Plain First Nation reach settlement agreement on 1916 Surrender – Mismanagement of Sales Specific Claim

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Executive Assistant – Employment Opportunity

Employment Opportunities

The Long Plain First Nation is seeking an Executive Assistant for the Tribal Government and Administration. The Executive Assistant is... Read More → Executive Assistant – Employment Opportunity

Long Plain First Nation employment opportunities

Arrowhead Development Corporation

Creating Opportunities for the Members of Long Plain First Nation

Arrowhead Development Corporation (ADC) was established to develop business concepts and incorporate businesses under a development corporation. ADC is governed by the Board of Directors and a Chief Executive Officer.  The ADC manages band owned businesses on its three reserves; Long Plain Reserve No. 6, Keeshkeemaquah Reserve (Portage la Prairie), and Long Plain Madison Indian Reserve (Winnipeg).

VISION
Our vision is to assist, support, build and strengthen the Long Plain First Nation’s economic base and improve the quality of life for our citizens by creating long-term employment and stable business operations.

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