We have experienced positive growth in the past decade and have made steady progress in the field of housing. The housing, infrastructure, roads and public works are a very important component to the Cowessess First Nation with a wide range of responsibilities including planning and promoting new developments along with an ever changing environment.
Our education programs include Day Care, Head Start and Kindergarten to grade 12. Despite a growing number of high school graduates and an increasing number of Cowessess youth attending post secondary schools, there is still a strong need to improve academic programming. Students from Cowessess continue to attend off-reserve schools. Learning isn’t just be about academics, but should address culture, language, history and tradition.
The Cowessess First Nation Emergency Services continue to find ways to respond to community needs. Under the umbrella of the Justice Department, they provide innovative programming and effective services to ensure the membership have a healthy and safe environment to live in.Through the Community Justice Program, alternative measures programs including mediation, diversion, fine option, sentencing and healing circles., non
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