Southeast Resource Development Council provides the following Advisory and Technical Services to our eight member First Nations. 

575-360 Broadway Avenue

Winnipeg, MB R3C 0T6

 

Technical Unit

Mandate: Working together to enhance the self-sufficiency and wellness of our Communities for current and future generations

 

The main services the technical unit provides is community planning and technical services.

Community Planning

The objective is to promote sustainable social, economic and physical development in First Nation communities by assisting, advising and training member First Na­tions in a broad range of community activities such as:

  • Formulation, planning. implementing and maintaining community development strategies;
  • Producing and/or analyzing studies, inventories, social analysis, impact assess­ments on the development and use of the community resources; and
  • Building human resource capacity. 

Technical Services

The purpose in technical services is to build capacity, provide economies of scale and improve the quality of life for First Nation communities by assisting, advising and training member First Nations in a broad range of technical services activities such as:

  • Planning, designing, managing, operating, and maintaining community facili­ties and infrastructure;
  • Develop five-year plans for technical services;
  • Apply policies, standards, codes and regulations for technical services;
  • Capacity building with professional associations and governments;
  • Coordinating training and development programs, staff selection and recruit­ment: and providing risk management. engineering services, special programs. Inspections for CMHC Sec 95, RRAP and commercial buildings;
  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessments.

Technical Staff

Arnold Mitchell, Capital/Housing Advisor

Chris Olson, Fire Safety Officer/Housing Technical Advisor

Jamie Felix, Housing Clerk

Todd Barker, Maintenance Coordinator

Gail Ballantyne, Administrative Assistant

Ingrid Fortin, Administrative Assistant

 

Please note:  The Southeast Advisory and Technical Services team no longer provides Membership Services at this location.

For registrations and treaty status cards/Secure Certificate of Indian Status (SCIS) cards, members are encouraged to contact either their First Nation Band Office or Indigenous Services Canada (ISC)formerly Indian and Northern Affairs (INAC) at: 1-833-983-5910 Toll-free.  

ISC Office Hours:  Monday to Friday from 10:00 am-12:00 pm & 1:00 pm-4:00 pm.  Services are available by appointment only.  

Southeast Resource Development Council Corp.
Head Office: Box 30 Scanterbury, Manitoba R0E 1W0
Winnipeg Office: 6th Floor - 360 Broadway, Winnipeg, MB R3C 0T6