Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation launches official app

By Ethan Braund, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

A new app is aimed at improving communication among members of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation.

“We are always looking for ways to ensure important information can be easily accessed by our members, this mobile app is a new and faster way to connect,” Keri L. King, executive director of operations at MCFN, said in a media release.

MCFN released the app in late November in partnership with the mobile app platform Communikit,

The app will push notifications to MCFN members, with a focus on community news, events and alerts, making it easier to access such information, said the release.

Initial feedback about the app has been positive with members saying it is nice to have information all in one place, said Georgia LaForme, communications and engagement lead at MCFN.

The MCFN app is available to download in the Apple App Store and Google Play store. More details on how to download are available at https://mncfn.ca/download-the-mcfn-app-now/.

The Communikit platform was launched in 2018 and currently helps over 100 First Nations and Indigenous organizations across the country with similar projects.

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