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Welcome to Dokis First Nation!

Dokis First Nation is a community located on the boundaries that separate the Districts of Parry Sound, Sudbury and Nipissing, approximately 16 kilometers South-West of Lake Nipissing on the French River. The community is accessed by a 25 kilometer gravel road from Highway 64 leading to the two nearest urban centers of North Bay, via Highway 17 and Sudbury via Highway 69. Both centers are approximately 120 kilometers from the community.

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Category: administrative

Note to Band Members - Please contact DOKIS INDIAN REGISTRATION DEPT to update any life event(s) of family members (birth/marriage/divorce/death/residency or any other status changes).

(This will ensure up-to-date info on band listing for Dokis)

Please contact or mail to:

Jane Dokis, Indian Registry Administrator
940-A Main Street
Dokis First Nation, ON
P0M 2N1
(705) 763-2200 Ext. 237
Email:  jane.d@dokisfirstnation.com

Category: general

We are still looking for local community members who would like to discontinue the delivery of the paper form to their home and replace by accessing this electronic version.  Mainly to reduce wasted paper and the costs associated with the waste.  The form to discontinue delivery is directly below.

Form to discontinue delivery of paper form to local households.

Category: administrative

ATTENTION:  BAND MEMBERS

PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR MAILING ADDRESS HAS NOW CHANGED DUE TO A NEW POSTAL CODE SYSTEM DESIGNATION BY CANADA POST.

OUR NEW ADDRESS IS AS FOLLOWS:

Dokis First Nation
940-A Main Street
Dokis First Nation, ON
POM 2N1

 

OUR OLD ADDRESS:

Dokis First Nation
Box 62
Monetville, ON
POM 2KO

(SHOULD NO LONGER BE USED - THANK YOU...)

Category: minutes and decision records

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97% APPROVAL

Category: general

The Governor in Council has announced that effective January 31, 2011, the Gender Equity in Indian Registration Act (Bill C-3) came into force.

Application Forms, Instructions and Information can be requested from our Indian Registration Dept.

Please note:  Applicants must mail application, documents and photos to the Winnipeg address shown on the first page of the Bill C-3 application form.

Individuals applying for registration under Bill C-3 will at the same time, complete an application to receive by mail, the new IN CANADA version of the Secure Certificate of Indian Status card (SCIS).

Registration Process for Bill C-3 Applicants:

  • Did your grandmother lose her Indian Status as a result of marrying a non-Indian?
  • Is one of your parents registered, or entitled to be registered, under sub-section 6(2) of the Indian Act?
  • Were you, or one of your siblings, born on or after September 4, 1951?

General enquiries on Bill C-3 should also be directed to:

INAC Public Enquiries Contact Centre
Toll Free:     1-800-567-9604

or for more information please contact
Dokis First Nation Indian Registration Dept
(705) 763-2200 Ext. 237.

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