Welcome to Tikinagan Child & Family Services. Founded by our Chiefs and Elders, we live and work in 30 First Nations in Northwestern Ontario. In partnership with these communities, our role is to mentor young parents, support families and protect children. Our work is guided by the Tikinagan service model: MAMOW OBIKI-AHWAHSOOWIN (Everyone working together to raise our children).

Strategic Plan 2014-2019
2013 Tikinagan Annual Report

Beck sets retirement date, commends incoming leader

Ernest (Toby) Beck will retire as executive director of Tikinagan Child and Family Services, August 7.

It’s a decision that signals the completion of a succession plan and the establishment of a strong and knowledgeable senior management team.  Beck is confident his successor and the senior management team will continue to enhance and build a strong foundation for the organization.

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Agreement signed between Tikinagan and Kenora-Rainy River Districts

Tikinagan Child & Family Services began providing child welfare services to band members from First Nations it serves living within Dryden, Ignace and surrounding areas.

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Matthews Dedicated to Tikinagan

It’s a bitterly cold day in Kitchenuhmaykoosib. The ­temperature sits at a balmy – 29 Celsius without the wind chill. With, it’s -39 Celsius. And the wind is cutting, motivating anyone outside to move as quickly as possible from one form of shelter to the next. The sun is visible but just barely. It’s Jan. 9 and a day of recognition for one amazingly strong employee.

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Final work day for senior manager

Eartha Davidson has left an impressive leadership legacy during her 15 years with Tikinagan Child and Family Services. 

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