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June 26th, 2014

Is Law School For You?

I sat here for days thinking of a topic that might ignite the flame of that fire in the belly of our Nation’s people and two things came to mind: education and language.

Healthy Living in the Summer

As the warm summer months are quickly approaching, so too are more opportunities to be healthy.

Four Treaty #3 communities face record-high water levels

Four Treaty #3 communities face record-high water levels

The Keys that We’re Throwing Away

“Man is born free and everywhere he is in chains.”

Liberals win majority in June 12 provincial election

Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee is calling the June 12 Liberal majority provincial election victory a potential win-win for First Nations.

Canoe-racing at Aboriginal Day in Sioux Lookout

Anishaabe Giizhigan was organized by the Nishnawbe Gamik Friendship Centre in Sioux Lookout to celebrate National Aboriginal Day. Events included the Equay Miniss Canoe Challenge, games, a cook out, and an Aboriginal Artisans Market.

Muskrat Dam and Sachigo sign on with North Star Air

Air transportation savings are on the horizon for Muskrat Dam and Sachigo Lake after signing on to a strategic business partnership with North Star Air and its alliance company Cargo North.

Residential school survivors re-victimized

Nishnawbe Aski Nation and Grand Council Treaty #3 have raised concerns about residential school survivors being “victimized” over their compensation claims.

Remembering a fearless leader

Stanley James Louttit was born on April 29, 1950 on his family’s traditional homelands at Lake River, located about 100 miles north of Attawapiskat.

Homage To Stan Louttit

It was a very cold day and we were struggling along in our little red car through near blizzard conditions on our way to Thunder Bay.

KiHS students travel to Encounters with Canada youth forum

Bearskin Lake’s Zachary Beardy and 11 other KiHS (Keewaytinook Internet High School) students recently completed a once-in-a-lifetime journey to the Encounters with Canada youth forum in Ottawa.

First Nation artists participate in Waterfront Art Sale

First Nation artists Jean Marshall and Christian Chapman had a shorter winter than most artists in northwestern Ontario due to their seven-week group residency in Alberta.