Mississaugii of Rice Lake

We, the Mississaugi of Hiawatha First Nation, are a vibrant, proud, independent, and healthy people balanced in the richness of our culture and traditional way of life.

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Community Notice – Construction Project

To:      Hiawatha Citizens From:  Hiawatha First Nation (HFN) Council Date:   August 19, 2019 RE:      Construction Project on CP Lands – 829 Hiawatha Line We are writing to address recent events in our Community with respect to a construction project on CP Lands – 829 Hiawatha Line. Chief and Council are aware… Read more…

Cultural/Community Centre & Office Expansion Project

The Time Has Come to Begin Construction on a New Cultural Gathering Place August, 2019 – We are please to announce that construction on the New Cultural/Community Centre and Office Expansion Project will begin shortly. The Detailed Design Plans have been completed and the project went to Construction Tender on July 16th. A Contractors’ Site… Read more…

AIAI Offers it’s Congratulations to Chief Carr of Hiawatha

London, Ontario, February 04, 2019 – Over the weekend Hiawatha held their swearing in ceremony for Chief and Council.  Chief Laurie Carr is serving her 2nd term as Chief for Hiawatha First Nations, Mississaugii of Rice Lake.  The Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians wish to extend a honored congratulations to her and look forward… Read more…

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Hiawatha First Nation

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