The Lands and Resource Department was opened in winter of 2011 to assist in the promotion and protection of Thessalon First Nation's lands and resources. The department promotes economic self-sufficiency in accordance to the First Nation's aspirations based on the social and cultural needs of the community within the Reserve boundary, the Robinson Huron Treaty area, and the Traditional Territory Duty to Consult.
To view our External Consultation and Duty to Consult Policy clickhere. The Lands Department provides advice and support to the leadership, various departments and the general membership as it pertains to the following:
land use planning
environmental protection and assessments
hunting and fishing rights
commercial fishing rights
monitoring fishing licenses
aboriginal fishing rights
The lands and economic development department works in conjunction with other service providers to offer comprehensive services ensuring that the duty to consult process is followed.