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Marten Falls First Nation
Ogoki, Ogoki, ON P0T 2L0
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Marten Falls First Nation

Description & Services
Public Comments Tribal Council: Matawa First Nations Management 
Political Territorial Organization: Nishnawbe-Aski Nation (NAN) 
Treaty #9 

Marten Falls First Nation Satellite Office located at 905 E Victoria Ave (side/rear entrance), Thunder Bay Ph 807-475-5020 
Community only accessible through year-round flights (daily Mon-Sat) from Nakina with Nakina Air Service; winter road has not been used since 2000; large freight shipped in on barges via Albany River in summer when water levels permit 
Community situated in 2 districts: Marten Falls on N bank of Albany River is in Kenora District, Ogoki Post on S bank of river is in Cochrane District 
Tikinagan office in Marten Falls: 807-349-1104 (ph); 807-349-1126 (fax)

Description (Agency) Operates a self government and is responsible for the day to day operations of the Marten Falls First Nation
Agency Services

Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children
Crisis Intervention
Economic Development
Extended Health Benefits
Fire Department
First Nation School
Health Centre
Home and Community Care
Immunization Clinic
Marten Falls Education Authority
Medical Transportation Program
National Native Alcohol and Drug Abuse Program
Ontario Works
Operations and Maintenance

Description (Service)

Operates a self government and is responsible for the day to day operations of the First Nation 
Offers several small private businesses including Bigfoot Variety store and G&R Petroleum, a gas/retail outlet 
Provides a Canada Post postal station 
Offers guest accommodations at both Ogoki Inn and Contractors Cabin 
Serviced through flights to/from Marten Falls Airport, administered and operated by Ministry of Transportation

Provides the following programs and services: 

Administration (Band office) 
Child and Family Services  
Economic Development 
Education Department  
Education Department, Henry Coaster Memorial School 
Fire Department  
Health Centre (Muskeg Thunder Clinic)  
Health Centre, Aboriginal Healthy Babies Healthy Children  

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