Nuu-chah-nulth Economic Development Corporation (NEDC)
NEDC office is close until further notice.
Customers must call ahead in case plan to visit the NEDC Office in Port Alberni to a) be sure someone will
be in the office & b) confirm you are healthy to visit
Customer are urged not to visit the office in
person if the visitor is experiencing: a COUGH, FEVER, are SHORT of BREATH or
have other symptoms of sickness. Custome can call or email to access all the
same services and staff.
Customers are urged not to visit the office if
the visitors have traveled outside of CANADA within the last 14 days. Customer
can call or email to access all the same services and staff.
With things changing rapidly, customers are
urged to check back before each visit as there may be new information.
In terms of processes for Loans, Loan Payments
and current Projects:
Currently business is continuing as usual.
All Applications for projects are still being
processed by Business Development Officers
NEDC is astill accepting New Applications for
All Loan Payments are still expected to be
paid as per you the customer’s Letter of Offer and supporting documents.
If customers are concerned about a Loan
Payment, please contact your Business Development Officers as soon as possible
to discuss any options that may be available.
Communication with customers’ appointed
Business Development Officer is extremely important at this time.
Kanien’kehaka Onkwawén:na Raotitiohkwa Language and Cultural Centre (KORLCC)
KORLC has closed its doors and operation until further notice.
The decision to close KORLCC is due to the directive of the
Kahnawake COVID-19 Task Force, in response to the current pandemic.
The application deadline for the KORLCC programs have been
extended until the end of April 2020.
Furthermore, due to uncertainty in regard to the pandemic, a
decision was made to postpone scheduled activities in March and April 2020
until further notice.
While discouraging, the health and safety of our Elders, youth
and community, as a whole, is of utmost priority. The community Elders as the
community knowledge keepers are the most precious resource for the language and
culture and KORLCC and community must take seriously the responsibility to