INAC finally is releasing their Secure Certificate of Indian Status Photo App where you can now take your own photo and submit it electronically while you mail your application to obtain the SCIS card. How easy it that! If you are interested in applying for this card, contact IRA Janelle Badine at 250-774-7257.
Minister Seamus O’Regan announced that the SCIS photo app has been released at the Apple Store and Google Play. You can find it by searching “SCIS Photo.” There are a couple of things to note:
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“Did you know FNFN sells locally made arts and crafts at the FNFN Health and Wellness Centre? We do! We have everything from mukluks, slippers, earrings, keychains, birch bark baskets and traditional medicines. There is something for everyone and every occasion. Shop local, shop Indigenous. We accept cash, debit and credit. See ad for hours.”
The key to continued First Nation success will not be found in changes or advancements to government programs and services. Instead, it’s rooted in the willingness and leadership of governments and the private sector to support a new era of Indigenous business leadership.
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Please contact our Fort Nelson NLC campus at 250 774 2741, or our NLC regional office at 1 866 463 6652 if you have any questions about this summer essential skills training program.