December 2, 2019 Media Release
Important Update from the All Nations Hospital (ANH) Steering Committee
The All Nations Hospital project is now entering the community engagement phase of the project. Lake of the Woods District Hospital (LWDH) and Kenora Chiefs Advisory (KCA) have each hired a Community Engagement Project Planner (CEPP). We are pleased to introduce: Kathy Kishiqueb who is KCA’s CEPP who will oversee engagement within the Indigenous Communities, and Charlene Kissick who is LWDH’s CEPP who will oversee engagement within the City of Kenora and surrounding non-Indigenous communities, including our summer residents.
Community engagement will commence in early 2020. Please watch for further communications on when public meetings will be occurring. We encourage all of you to please get involved and provide your feedback, which is integral to the success of the All Nations Hospital. We are excited to see how this consultation will continue to build and strengthen relationships and share information on the project.
For further information please contact:
Chair, ANH Steering Committee
Chief Marily Sinclair
Vice Chair, ANH Steering Committee