Curve Lake Land Use Survey – Give us your input and you could win a drone!

Curve Lake Lands Committee wants to hear from you!

To take the survey, please visit –

Curve Lake First Nation, Lands Committee and Robert (Bob) Fliggof the University of Waterloo are conducting a land use study. This survey is a voluntary questionnaire and will take less than 10 minutes. The study is important and will help with the future of our land and land-use.

The results of the questionnaire will be shared with the community after the study is done. A community discussion will take place about the results; how the results will be used in further studies; how the community may participate, and about existing and future land use.

By participating in the study you could win a drone! Draw is May 31st, 2019. Winner will be announced on the Curve Lake First Nation YouTube Channel and shared on social media.

If you wish to remain anonymous with your survey, please do not enter your name at the end of the survey. Please note –by remaining anonymous you will not be entered into the draw for the drone, due to lack of contact information.

Miigwetch for participating!

No access to a computer or internet…give Alison or Krista a call at 705-657-8045 to set up a time to complete the survey.

This study is a collaboration/partnership between researchers at the University of Waterloo and Curve Lake First Nation Community. The results from this research study will be used by the community to make informed decisions about their land-use and also by the researchers for academic purposes.

If you have any questions about participating in the study please contact Alison Irons-Cummings, Lands Manager Curve Lake First Nation Government Services Building 705.657.8045 ext. 221,

If you wish to speak with someone about the possible ethical issues in this research please contact the Office of Research Ethics, University of Waterloo, at 1-519-888-4567 ext. 36005 or and refer to ORE #40248