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).

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Connected to communities

For a decade, Harvey Kakegamic devoted a lot of his time advocating for Tikinagan Child & Family Services. Much of that as co-chair then as chair for the agency’s board. He also, until very recently, held a band councillor position in his home community of Sandy Lake.

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Family advocate Moses Fiddler will be missed

Moses Fiddler fathered 12 children. He knew how to survive off the land. And he fed his family by hunting, trapping and fishing. Clearly a traditional man, Moses who provided advice and advocated for children and their families through his role with Tikinagan Child and Family Services, died peacefully Jan. 2. He was 94.

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Tikinagan welcomes communications coordinator

Tikinagan has had a new communications coordinator as of January 2013.

Adrienne Fox is a photographer, writer and more importantly mother to three. She earned her photojournalism diploma from Loyalist College in Belleville, Ont. Upon graduating, she immediately began working for Wawatay News as a reporter.

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Morris begins new role as associate executive director

Thelma (Naomi) Morris began her new job as the associate executive director of Tikinagan Child and Family Services, May 6.

Morris began her new role after serving as director of services – a senior position that manages 22 community offices; intake and investigations; family services and services to children in care.

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