BEAR WARNING

The BEARS ARE BACK:

 ·       Please do not encourage bears by feeding them or leaving outfood or garbage.

·       Please be mindful at all times and supervise the children when they go outside.

·       Keep small pets indoors and under supervision at all times.

·       Ensure doors are closed and cannot be pushed open as well as screens and/or windows.

·       Do not chase bears or try to pet them.

 Any Aggressive Behaviour Or Threat By Bears Must Be Reported Directly To Police – 911

Current High Traffic Areas – reports of bears:

·       SRFN Gas Bar & Trading Post Area – Highway 17 - east end of Community

·       SRFN Waste Disposal Site – Walkhouse Bay Road near Rio Subdivision West

·       New Water Treatment Plant – Gaaming Road

STAY SAFE – STAY ALERT

BEAR WARNING

Thank you!

The Serpent River First Nation Economic Development Corporation would like to thank everyone who came to our booth at the 2017 Serpent River First Nation Health Fair yesterday. We were able to hear some much appreciated feedback from community members of all ages, local business owners and even non-community members. 

The SRFN EDC will take the information gathered from our surveys and use it to optimize its operations to suit the needs and concerns of the Serpent River First Nation people.

We are looking forward to communicating with the community even more in the future through community events and other events hosted by the SRFN EDC and the SRFN Trading Post.