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March 7th, 2014

Youth launch Feathers of Hope action plan

After 19 months of planning, Ontario’s Advocate for Children and Youth released their report titled “Feathers of Hope: A First Nations Youth Action Plan” on Feb. 24.

Omushkegowuk walkers reach Parliament Hill

After walking 1,700 kilometres over 49 days, the Omushkegowuk walkers completed their journey of walking from Attawapiskat to Ottawa.

Residential school survivors’ healing hampered by bureaucracy

They suffered the worst sexual and physical abuse as children.

March 6th

Oskapewis: Helpers support the walkers

A journey 1,700 kilometres in length and featuring over 20 walkers would not be successful without on-site support of helpers.

Reclaiming Our Steps: A spiritual journey

From the very start, Danny Metatawabin declared that the Reclaiming Our Steps: Past, Present and Future journey was a spiritual one.

Omuskegowuk youth walk for the future

While it was three men who began the Reclaiming Our Steps: Past, Present and Future journey in Attawapiskat, many youth stepped up to support the cause and message.

Moose Cree First Nation benefits from saveONenergy program

The Ontario Power Authority’s saveONenergy Aboriginal Conservation Program is a hit in Moose Cree First Nation.

Constance Lake wins housing award — 106 homes over 15 years

Constance Lake’s consistent house-building efforts were rewarded with the 2014 Community Innovation Housing Award at the 12th Annual First Nations Northern Housing Conference.

Kashechewan hosts suicide workshops

Two Kashechewan First Nation members took it upon themselves to host a Suicide Workshop in their community to help spread awareness of the issue of suicide.

Kashechewan hosts suicide workshops

Two Kashechewan First Nation members took it upon themselves to host a Suicide Workshop in their community to help spread awareness of the issue of suicide.

Ice Road Truckers found filming near Deer Lake

When Trace Meekis-Beardy and her husband Leslie were on their way home to Deer Lake after helping a friend in need in North Spirit Lake on Feb. 16, they wound up coming across some familiar faces from television.

Sandy Lake’s midget champions headed to Northern Bands

Sandy Lake was among the big winners at the Little Bands tournament in Sioux Lookout and now some of the players from the midget team are heading back for the upcoming Northern Bands Hockey Tournament.

Mushkegowuk Challenge Cup a success

The Mushkegowuk Council says its 7th Annual Mushkegowuk Challenge Cup tournament was a success.