Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council
Copyright 2010. DOTC.
Welcome to our new and updated Website
Administration & Finance Staff
Head Office - Location
The DOTC administration and finance office is located in Long Plain First Nation. In order to provide a more efficient service to Member Nations, a centralized location was chosen. (The DOTC administration office is shared with DOTC finance and also equipped with a major storage facility and a Boardroom. The Boardroom hosts all programs within DOTC and serves as a cost efficient measure, providing all administrative and financial services to member First Nations.)
Contact DOTC Administration & Finance at:
Chief Executive Officer
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We bring this website to you as another way for you to access information about DOTC and the programs and services we provide. It is our hope that the DOTC website will communicate to the reader how for the future, the Tribal Council intends to improve services, expand facilities, and build capacity among staff in order to meet future challenges and serve needs of our member First Nations.
Over the past thirty-eight years, the Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council has witnessed and experienced many positive and rewarding changes in the growth, development and achievements both at the community level as well as collectively for our respective member First Nation communities. There still remain challenges and opportunities that need to be addressed individually and collectively.
Many of the accomplishments and successes to date have resulted from the collective commitment for the advancement and betterment of our people through the delivery of programs and services inherited and developed since the establishment of the Tribal Council. Working together individually and/or collectively with the member First Nations, DOTC continually aspires to meet the goals and expectations that are driven by the mandate to achieve true self-determination and real self-sufficiency for our respective First Nations.
By taking up the new challenges before us and by advancing our hopes and dreams for a better future, we will once again be able to enter the 21st century with renewed hope, determination and resolve for our people.