Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council
The Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council (DOTC) is an organization of First Nations communities in Manitoba, Canada. Its mission statement indicates that the council's purpose is to "facilitate in the transfer of local control and responsibility of programs and services to member bands".
DOTC was established in Brandon, Manitoba in August, 1974 which essentially involved the South West Region of the Manitoba Indian Brotherhood.
When DOTC was founded, it had 10 members. Since then, membership have grown and have shrunk.
- Long Plain First Nation
- Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation
- Sandy Bay First Nation
- Swan Lake First Nation
- Birdtail Sioux First Nation
- Waywayseecappo First Nation
- Dakota Ojibway Community Futures Development Corporation
- Dakota Ojibway Health Services
- Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council Administration & Finance
- Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council Advisory Department
- Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council Education Services
- Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council Housing Authority
- Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council Social Development
- Dakota Ojibway Police Service
- Yellowquill College
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