Technical Services

Our Mandate

The Technical Services Unit will strive to meet the expectations of the member First Nations, which include building capacity and promoting technical self-reliance through the transfer of skills and technology.

Our team provides technical support and advisory services to the member First Nations in the areas of:

➢ Capital asset and community infrastructure planning;
➢ Operation and maintenance of community capital assets;
➢ Housing; and
➢ Waste Management

Priorities

The technical services team priorities are:

  • Network meetings in the areas of Housing, Public Works, Water/Infrastructure, Fire and Waste Management.Capacity building – each First Nation express a variety of needs for training and Technical Services coordinate as per request.
  • Addressing government implementation of programs and services. Keeping communities informed of changes in legislation and/or regulations.
  • Residential Housing Inspection services for CMHC
  • Continued networking with government partners, ISC, CMHC, and affiliated organizations – OBOA, OFNTSC, FNHC, NOFNEC
  • Continued working with First Nations in any way we may be of service.

Services

The Technical Services Unit provide assistance with the First Nations Capital/Infrastructure, Water, Housing, Fire and Waste Management Departments.

The Technical Service team meet with the First Nations Housing departments regularly to conduct housing inspections for new and CMHC Section 95 projects. The Infrastructure Specialists (inspectors) conduct Building Code, PCR, conditional assessments for the member First Nations.

In addition, network meetings are coordinated to address housing issues met in our communities, as well as assist with capacity development for the workers.

Work conducted with the Water departments are around the legislation for Safe Drinking Water for First Nations. In addition, we coordinate the First Nation Water Operator Training Subsidy for Water Plant Operators. We are responsible for coordinating training and reporting to ISC on the training subsidy.

The areas of Public Works and Fire are met with coordinated meetings similar to Housing to address like-minded issues and concerns with their various disciplines.

Work has begun regarding First Nations Waste Management processes through coordinated meetings to address partnership and stakeholder relationship building activities; Contract Administration; Compliance Monitoring. Public Education and Awareness; Waste Management Plan Development and Implementation; Reporting and Proposal drafting.

Technical Services

Our Mandate

The Technical Services Unit will strive to meet the expectations of the member First Nations, which include building capacity and promoting technical self-reliance through the transfer of skills and technology.

Our team provides technical support and advisory services to the member First Nations in the areas of:

➢ Capital asset and community infrastructure planning;
➢ Operation and maintenance of community capital assets;
➢ Housing; and
➢ Waste Management

Priorities

The technical services team priorities are:

  • Network meetings in the areas of Housing, Public Works, Water/Infrastructure, Fire and Waste Management.Capacity building – each First Nation express a variety of needs for training and Technical Services coordinate as per request.
  • Addressing government implementation of programs and services. Keeping communities informed of changes in legislation and/or regulations.
  • Residential Housing Inspection services for CMHC
  • Continued networking with government partners, ISC, CMHC, and affiliated organizations – OBOA, OFNTSC, FNHC, NOFNEC
  • Continued working with First Nations in any way we may be of service.

Services

The Technical Services Unit provide assistance with the First Nations Capital/Infrastructure, Water, Housing, Fire and Waste Management Departments.

The Technical Service team meet with the First Nations Housing departments regularly to conduct housing inspections for new and CMHC Section 95 projects. The Infrastructure Specialists (inspectors) conduct Building Code, PCR, conditional assessments for the member First Nations.

In addition, network meetings are coordinated to address housing issues met in our communities, as well as assist with capacity development for the workers.

Work conducted with the Water departments are around the legislation for Safe Drinking Water for First Nations. In addition, we coordinate the First Nation Water Operator Training Subsidy for Water Plant Operators. We are responsible for coordinating training and reporting to ISC on the training subsidy.

The areas of Public Works and Fire are met with coordinated meetings similar to Housing to address like-minded issues and concerns with their various disciplines.

Work has begun regarding First Nations Waste Management processes through coordinated meetings to address partnership and stakeholder relationship building activities; Contract Administration; Compliance Monitoring. Public Education and Awareness; Waste Management Plan Development and Implementation; Reporting and Proposal drafting.

Technical Services

Our Mandate

The Technical Services Unit will strive to meet the expectations of the member First Nations, which include building capacity and promoting technical self-reliance through the transfer of skills and technology.

Our team provides technical support and advisory services to the member First Nations in the areas of:

➢ Capital asset and community infrastructure planning;
➢ Operation and maintenance of community capital assets;
➢ Housing; and
➢ Waste Management

Priorities

The technical services team priorities are:

  • Network meetings in the areas of Housing, Public Works, Water/Infrastructure, Fire and Waste Management.Capacity building – each First Nation express a variety of needs for training and Technical Services coordinate as per request.
  • Addressing government implementation of programs and services. Keeping communities informed of changes in legislation and/or regulations.
  • Residential Housing Inspection services for CMHC
  • Continued networking with government partners, ISC, CMHC, and affiliated organizations – OBOA, OFNTSC, FNHC, NOFNEC
  • Continued working with First Nations in any way we may be of service.

Services

The Technical Services Unit provide assistance with the First Nations Capital/Infrastructure, Water, Housing, Fire and Waste Management Departments.

The Technical Service team meet with the First Nations Housing departments regularly to conduct housing inspections for new and CMHC Section 95 projects. The Infrastructure Specialists (inspectors) conduct Building Code, PCR, conditional assessments for the member First Nations.

In addition, network meetings are coordinated to address housing issues met in our communities, as well as assist with capacity development for the workers.

Work conducted with the Water departments are around the legislation for Safe Drinking Water for First Nations. In addition, we coordinate the First Nation Water Operator Training Subsidy for Water Plant Operators. We are responsible for coordinating training and reporting to ISC on the training subsidy.

The areas of Public Works and Fire are met with coordinated meetings similar to Housing to address like-minded issues and concerns with their various disciplines.

Work has begun regarding First Nations Waste Management processes through coordinated meetings to address partnership and stakeholder relationship building activities; Contract Administration; Compliance Monitoring. Public Education and Awareness; Waste Management Plan Development and Implementation; Reporting and Proposal drafting.

CONTACTS AND WEB LINKS

CONTACTS AND WEB LINKS

Training/Conferences:

Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation (OFNTSC) “TECHNATIONS”

http://www.technations.com

First Nations Housing Conference (FNHC)

http://firstnationshousingconference.com/

Aboriginal Water and Wastewater Association (AWWAO)

www.awwao.org

Northern Ontario First Nations Environment Conference (NOFNEC)

http://www.nofnec.ca/

Walkerton Clean Water Centre

Resources:

CMHC – Canada Mortgage and Housing Canada
100 Sheppard Ave., Suite 300, Toronto, ON M2N 6Z1

http://cmhc.ca/en/ab/index.cfm

OFNTSC – Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation
100 Peter Street, Suite 606, Toronto, ON M5V 2H1
T. 416-651-1443 F. 416-651-1673

www.ofntsc.org

Training/Conferences:

Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation (OFNTSC) “TECHNATIONS”

http://www.technations.com

First Nations Housing Conference (FNHC)

http://firstnationshousingconference.com/

Aboriginal Water and Wastewater Association (AWWAO)

www.awwao.org

Northern Ontario First Nations Environment Conference (NOFNEC)

http://www.nofnec.ca/

Walkerton Clean Water Centre

Resources:

CMHC – Canada Mortgage and Housing Canada
100 Sheppard Ave., Suite 300, Toronto, ON M2N 6Z1

http://cmhc.ca/en/ab/index.cfm

OFNTSC – Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation
100 Peter Street, Suite 606, Toronto, ON M5V 2H1
T. 416-651-1443 F. 416-651-1673

www.ofntsc.org

Training/Conferences:

Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation

http://ofntscconference.com/

14th Annual First Nations Northern Housing Conference

http://www.northernhousingconference.com/

Walkerton Clean Water Centre

http://www.wcwc.ca/en/

Resources:

CMHC

100 Sheppard Ave., Suite 300, Toronto, ON M2N 6Z1

http://cmhc.ca/en/ab/index.cfm

AANDC

https://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca

OFNTSC – Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation

100 Peter Street, Suite 606, Toronto, ON M5V 2H1

T. 416-651-1443 F. 416-651-1673

www.ofntsc.org