Ogimaawabiitong (Kenora Chiefs Advisory), is very happy and excited to be able to share our documentary “The Journey Home”. This documentary was filmed in Kenora, and in our member communities in the later part of [...]
Ogimaawabiitong recently welcomed Aj Douglas, an internationally renowned dancer and speaker, to Wauzhushk Onigum Nation for a workshop on bullying and a chance to speak with local youth. The workshop took place from 10:00 am [...]
Featured Story The Journey Home A new documentary by the Kenora Chiefs Advisory highlights some of the programs they have for the communities they serve, but also the programs offered to youth to deal with [...]
Another successful KCA Indigenous Rookie League baseball season has come to an end. The Beyond the Ball Park tournament was held at the Kenora Recreation baseball fields on September 25, 2022. 72 enthusiastic youth which [...]
Kenora Chiefs Advisory is committed and dedicated to providing culturally appropriate health and social services which address the needs and enhance the well being and capacity of community members in our affiliated First Nations.
Caring and Committed
The many talented and compassionate people that work with us at the Kenora Chiefs Advisory together create an agency that can respond to the specific demands of our communities in innovative, insightful, and strategic ways.