Tikinagan’s central Prevention Unit established in Sioux Lookout

April 3, 2019
With increased funding for prevention, announced by the federal government in 2018, Tikinagan has been able to establish more prevention and intervention programming. This comes in the form of a Prevention Support Unit based out of Sioux Lookout, which supports our community-based Prevention Coordinators and creates more prevention programs for our families and communities.

Tikinagan employee celebrates 30-year career

February 6, 2019
When Diane Hoey started at Tikinagan, she had finished an office administration course in Sioux Lookout. Then in her mid-20s, she started out as a secretary and eventually moved up to Administrative Assistant. And she didn’t stop moving up and building her career here at Tikinagan Child and Family Services. Diane is celebrating her 30th year here and now works out of the Thunder Bay office in Intake and Investigation.

Tikinagan activities in Dryden during Little Bands Native Youth Hockey Tournament

February 4, 2019
Tikinagan Child and Family Services’ prevention unit is hosting three exciting events during the Little Bands Native Youth Hockey Tournament in Dryden from during the first week of February.

Lac Seul- Invitation to Tikinagan Strategic Planning Session

January 18, 2019
Community members in Lac Seul First Nation are invited to a strategic planning session on January 21.

Mishkeegogamang - Invitation to Tikinagan Strategic Planning Session

January 14, 2019
Community members in Mishkeegogamang First Nation are invited to a strategic planning session on January 22.

CWP Training Wraps up in December

January 8, 2019
A group of 15 Tikinagan employees completed the Child Welfare Pathway (CWP) training series this past December.

Tikinagan hosts 12th annual charity golf tournament

October 10, 2018
Tikinagan's 12th annual Charity Golf Tournament raised approximately $14,000 for the Mamow Oshki Pimagihowin Fire Relief Fund.

Tikinagan Annual Chiefs Assembly 2018

September 19, 2018
It’s August and it’s that time of year again- the annual chiefs assembly. It’s a cool week in Fort Severn First Nation, a Cree community celebrated for its polar bears, beautiful coast line off Hudson’s Bay and being the northern most community in Ontario. And this week, Fort Severn is hosting the Tikinagan annual chiefs assembly. This is a two-day meeting where leadership for Tikinagan Chief and Family Services come together to get updates on the agency’s activities and give direction for the year to come.

‘Warrior’ inspires

July 30, 2018
Randy Dunsford enters the room, wearing a baseball cap and standing taller than most. This young man carries with him a copy of his first book- Warrior. This book is his heart, poured out onto pages and sharing not only personal reflections but poetry, and wisdom that permeates from his eyes. At only 18-years-old, Dunsford has a lot to say and is excited to say it all.

Tikinagan employees celebrate graduation

July 26, 2018
Butch Magashazi and Angie Williams both work at Tikinagan Child and Family Services. They both love their jobs and helping children and families. And now, they both hold a diploma in Social Service Worker-Native Specialization from Oshki-Pimache-O-Win and Sault College. They both joined many other proud graduates at the graduation ceremony on June 7. And they both have proud supervisors and a team of people behind them at Tikinagan cheering them on.