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Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation Tribal Council

The fundamental priorities of the AANTC are the protection and advancement of the aboriginal rights issues and the provision of assistance and services to the participating communities in advisory and technical fields. The AANTC currently has nine (9) full time employees and calls upon part-time or contractual professional help when required to meet specific needs of member communities.

The Board of Directors of the AANTC, also known as the Nation Council, is composed of the Chief of each participating Algonquin member community, a Grand Chief and a Vice Grand Chief, as well as representatives for the Elders, Women and Youth. The AANTC is one of the very few Aboriginal organizations in Canada in which all Representatives are elected to public office by vote of the grassroots people.


Our Member Communities

Algonquin community of Abitibiwinni
Algonquin community of Eagle Village
Algonquin community of Kitcisakik
Algonquin community of Kitigan Zibi
Algonquin community of Lac Simon
Algonquin community of Long Point
Algonquin community of Wahgoshig





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