Online Policies for


Introduction: As part of our commitment to fostering connections and engagement within our community, Nokiiwin Tribal Council has embraced social networking platforms as a vital means of communication. We believe that by leveraging these digital spaces, we can effectively interact with our members, partners, and the broader community we serve.

Guidelines: Outlined below are the guidelines that govern interactions with Nokiiwin Tribal Council on our social networking sites:

  1. Monitoring and Management: Our social networking activities are diligently monitored and managed by our dedicated staff. If you have any concerns regarding our social networking policy, management of these platforms, or any content posted, please reach out to Audrey Gilbeau, our Executive Director.

  2. Purpose: The purpose of our social networking activities is to connect with Aboriginal entrepreneurs and businesses, other organizations, clients, partners, and the general public to share relevant information.

  3. Moderation: Please note that our social networking sites are moderated discussion platforms, not public forums. Comments expressing viewpoints contrary to our guidelines may be deleted.

  4. Comment Deletion: We reserve the right to delete submissions that contain vulgar or offensive language, discriminatory content, spam or irrelevant links, advocacy for illegal activity, promotion of specific products, services, or political organizations, or infringement on copyrights or trademarks.

  5. Content Expectations: By 'liking' or 'following' us, you can expect updates on Nokiiwin Tribal Council-related events, news on Aboriginal business and economic development, alerts about new content on our digital channels, invitations for feedback on specific issues, and occasional live event coverage.

  6. Mutual Engagement: While we appreciate your support, please note that our 'like' or 'follow' does not imply endorsement. Additionally, we do not automatically 'like' or 'follow' back to avoid unnecessary spam handling.

  7. Availability and Response: Our social networking sites are updated and monitored during office hours (8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. EST), Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. While we welcome constructive feedback and comments, we may not be able to respond individually to every message.

  8. Non-engagement Areas: We refrain from engaging in discussions of a political or religious nature on our social networking sites.

  9. Internal Sharing: All submissions are monitored, and emerging themes or helpful suggestions are shared internally within Nokiiwin Tribal Council.

Conclusion: We encourage you to connect with us on Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin to stay updated on our latest news, events, and initiatives. Your engagement is vital to our mission of fostering community connections and promoting Aboriginal business and economic development in Northern Ontario, Ontario, and Canada.

Thank you for your continued support.

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