The Fisher River Cree Nation Recycling Committee will consist of FRCN Leadership, Directors, Elders, Youth, Business Leaders, Waste Management Personnel and Community at Large.
Terms and Mandate
The Committee is voluntary and will serve for 2 years after being selected or appointed through existing FRCN committee development process.
A Chair will be appointed at the first meeting to lead and develop an agenda for the meetings. Notes will be taken at each meeting by a volunteer from the committee and provided to the Chair prior to the next meeting.
The inaugural Fisher River Cree Nation Recycling Committee will serve as champions of the recycling program, review and help implement the recycling plan, and identify, discuss, and develop a communications plan and materials to educate the community on key recycling information to ensure program success.
The goals of the FRCN Recycling Committee are to oversee the recycling plan to ensure the following:
The deliverables of this committee are to provide feedback and recommendations to the recycling plan, create a communications plan, recommend and/or develop communication materials and ensure the successful implementation of the program.
It is anticipated FRCN administration will provide small start up funding for any communication materials required, including communication activities. In addition, the Committee will research and identify proposals or recommendations for funding required for communication activities.
Sharon Monkman, Lydia D Crate, Andrea Mason, Elsie Crate, Marion Mckay, Chief David Crate & Council, and Melissa Hotaine (Consultant)
Fisher River Cree Nation is a community in which our history, language, traditions, and culture are paramount to who we are as a people. We will protect and maintain the spirit and intent of the treaties and our inherent rights. Fisher River will be a self-sustaining progressive community with a strong and accountable government. We will provide an environment where all people are healthy, safe, and respected.