2017:  Mr. Anthony (Tony) Iserhoff was hired as an Apprentice Electrician back in July, 2012.  We are pleased to announce that Tony has completed his apprenticeship training, and is now a licensed Substation Electrician as of March, 2017, and continues to work for FNEI!    On behalf of the FNEI Board, we congratulate Tony on his much earned accomplishment!!
2016:  We are pleased to report that Mr. Patrick (Pat) Chilton was hired in January, 2016, as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of FNEI!  Mr. Chilton brings much management experience to the position, and is no stranger to FNEI having been the FNEI Interim CEO for a short period in 2010, and previous to that, was a Director on the FNEI Board of Directors, and also an FNEI Finance Committee Member!
2015:  Back in 2009, Mr. Robert Chookomoolin (Bobby) was a placement student with FNEI while he was enrolled in the Construction & Maintenance Apprenticeship Electrician program at Northern College in South Porcupine.  In January, 2011, Bobby was hired on a full time basis.  We are pleased to announce that Bobby completed his apprenticeship, and has passed his Red Seal exam!  Bobby is now a licensed Substation Electrician and continues to work for FNEI!  On behalf of the FNEI Board, we congratulate Bobby on his much earned accomplishment!!
2015: Regrettably, with the resignation of Ms. Lucie Edwards in October, 2015, who was the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of FNEI for about 4 years, the FNEI Board of Directors started the process at that time to search for a new CEO.

2014:  We were also saddened to hear of our former key advisor to FNEI, Mr. Larry Brooksbank's passing on August 23, 2014.  Larry, as everyone at FNEI called him, was involved with FNEI from the early beginnings of the Omushkego Ishkotayo Transmission Line, which later became known as the FNEI Transmission Line.  With his immense knowledge and technical expertise, he, along with the FNEI Project Team, brought the reality of a transmission line, let alone owned by First Nations in the North, to fruition!  FNEI will always be grateful that Larry was part of the team, and to acknowledge the very important and hard work Larry did for FNEI and the Communities!!
2014:  With deep sorrow, our Board of Director, Mr. Fred P. Wesley, passed away on August 2, 2014.  Fred was the representative for the Attawapiskat Power Corporation, and was on the FNEI Board of Directors from October 26, 2011, until his passing.  Fred was known for being quite vocal at the Board of Directors meetings, and especially, when it came to his people.  He will always be remembered as someone who always stood up for his people, and was not afraid to speak his mind!!
2013:   With deep sorrow, Five Nations Energy Inc. (FNEI) announces the passing of Mr. Ed Chilton on June 29, 2013.  Mr. Chilton was the Secretary/Treasurer of FNEI for many years, and also was the Project Co-ordinator from the initial concept to the final completion of the Western James Bay Transmission Line project, better known as Five Nations Energy Inc.  His work with the Transmission project proved highly successful, which is the envy of other regions throughout Ontario!!  Ed will surely be missed!!  Attached below is the full news release on Ed's passing.



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