Council Elections and Nominations
If anyone in interested in becoming a councilor for our community, please email Paul at email@example.com by January 1st 2022 to nominate yourself. The vote will take place at the January 23rd 2022 community elders meeting.
The next community/elders meeting is Dec 12th, 2021.
Proof of double vaccination is required. We will be checking at the door.
You must wear a mask unless eating.
Greater Golden Lake Job Opportunity
We have a job opening with our community, please see the job profile listing linked below.
please note this position is mainly focusing on grant writing and finding economic opportunities.
November 8, 2021
Kwey Anii: Members of Greater Golden Lake
I hope this update finds you all in good health. I have some good news to share with you. We now have an office set up on the upper level of the O’Kenny Craft Spirits building which is across from the Best Western Hotel and Big Stop Irving’s. Our new address is 2 International Drive – 2nd Floor. Pembroke ON, K8A 6W8 and our new phone number is 613-732-7777. The old phone number 613-587-4360 will be forwarded to the new office for the time being but will be disconnected sometime in the future next year. My home phone, 613-687-2608 is no longer to be used as we have set office hours now.
Our office hours are: Monday to Thursday, 8:30am to 4:30pm and Friday, 8:30am to 2:00pm.
If you wish to drop in and see us, please call ahead, and make an appointment with one of my assistants, Paul or Denise. We will be sharing the same front entrance with O’Kenny’s Craft Spirits until some time in January, at which time we will be building an interior foyer which will separate us from O’Kenny’s. Until this is done, we would appreciate you making appointments.
I also want to let you know that our next community/Christmas meeting is on December 12, 2021, Doors open at 11:00 am, lunch at 12:00pm and the meeting starts at 1:00pm and will be at the Alice and Fraser Recreation Center, 1 Henan Rd, Pembroke, ON K8A 6W8. We can only allow vaccinated members to attend and you will have to show proof of vaccination, and wear masks unless you are eating.
We will give you further updates as we get them regarding ongoing treaty issues at that time. Stay well and get your booster shot if you want one.
September 2, 2021
Kwey Anii! Members of Greater Golden Lake
I would like to take this time to sincerely thank all members who voted for me in this 2021 election. In doing so you have helped me to continue my work at the ANR table to promote and guide the ongoing treaty negotiations in a positive way.
And to those who did not vote for me, I hope that you will take the time to send me an email or give me a call and let me know what your concerns are so we can have a collaborative relationship in the future.
My contact information is at the top of the page, I hope to hear from you.
Here are the results from the 2021 Election for GGL
The full document can be seen by clicking the following link:
Greater Golden Lake
2021-2022 Harvest Draw Results
The draw took place Sunday Aug 15th at Connie Mielke’s place. Unfortunately due to covid restrictions we could not hold a public draw this year again. Paul Laderoute, John Chartrand, Kirk McCutcheon and Connie Mielke were in attendance and everything went smoothly. Here are the results:
|Last Name||First Name||Bull/Cow||WMU|
|*This tag is drawn for members that have been consistently unsuccessful for several years.
*This tag is from tags that were generously given back and a second internal re-draw took place.
|Last Name||First Name||Bull/Cow||WMU|
|Last Name||First Name||Bull/Cow|
If you have and questions or concerns contact Paul Laderoute at 613-587-4360
There are several Community Tags left over, if you are interested in one please contact Paul Laderoute at 613-587-4360. first come first serve, you will not be out of next years draw also. WMU’s are 65, 63, 62, 61, 58, 57, 50
Member Calvin King receiving a tablet donated to him from the AGGLFN
A Message from your chief.
It has been brought to my attention that some of our hunters were not happy with the conservation letter that was part of the Moose draw mail out. In it we asked that only one deer per family be taken so that the herd is not decimated.
If you have a large family I can understand why you may have to take two deer to sustain your family. What I don’t abide by is hunters who go to a deer yard and shot every deer that they lay their eyes on. Any hunter who does this is not only a poor excuse for a hunter, he is also a poor excuse for a man. The Algonquins in the past were honorable hunters who only took what they needed to sustain their families, and I would like to think that we can continue to follow in their path.
If hunting in deeryards continue to happen there will be no deer left for our children and grandchildren and the next seven generations. I would like the names of the people who do this brought forth to me and they will be brought before “Chief and Council” to explain their actions. You are all protectors of the Deer, Moose and Elk herds, it is up to you to help me stop this practice from continuing. The moose herds are also dropping in numbers, and if we do not help sustain them by not over harvesting their numbers will also dwindle.