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Outgoing Fort William First Nation chief named CEO of Chi Mino Ozhitoowin, a company formed to help eight First Nations and their memberships benefit from the proposed Waasigan Transmission Line project.
THUNDER BAY – Peter Collins future place of employment is now public.
Collins, the long-time Fort William First Nation chief, on Monday announced he would be stepping down from his post ahead of next year’s band elections in order to take on a public-sector job.
On Friday, Chi Mino Ozhitoowin made it public that Collins has been appointed the company CEO.
CMO is a partnership of eight First Nations, working collaboratively with First Nations impacted by the Waasigan Transmission Line project. Specifically, Collins will develop and implement training, employment and procurement initiatives for the eight communities and their membership to help them benefit from the project.
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