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Work ethic keeps Storm player grounded

Lac Seul teen makes AAA team February 9, 2006: Volume 33 #3

Aroland man energized by Bolivian experience

Strength of the human spirit is a powerful thing.

Youth need to understand treaty, Frank Beardy

Treaty awareness and education will be key to future generations of Natives benefitting from agreements made and signed with government years ago.January 26, 2006: Volume 33 #2

Election issues to be discussed

The upcoming federal election will be discussed Saturday during a special Youth Leadership national broadcast on Bell ExpressVu 962.

Chief King supports Green Party

Gull Bay First Nation Chief Wilfred King is seeing Green.

Fort William band member appointed judge

Fort William First Nation�s Joyce Lynn Pelletier is on her way to becoming a provincial judge.

Volunteers needed on regional crisis task force

Eighteen volunteers are being sought for a Matawa Regional Crisis Taskforce that is being created to respond in times of emergency.

Business awards reflect changing times

A gas bar partnership, auto mechanic and grocery store owner were among the winners at the 15th Annual Nishnawbe Aski Nation Business Awards, Nov. 30.December 15, 2005: Volume 32 #25

Honesty, reliability reward Fort Albany business owner

Bruce Brunette is a budding businessman.December 15, 2005: Volume 32 #25

Nadjiwan to headline Metis fundraiser

Marc Nadjiwan, a 2005 Canadian Aboriginal Music Award nominee for best male artist, will be performing at a fundraiser for Metis youth this Friday at the Thunder Bay Metis Community Centre.

Sportive soccer squad sought

Soccer players aged 13 and up are being asked to represent Ontario at the North American Indigenous Games next summer in Colorado.

Music awards celebrate excellence

Marc Nadjiwan, a Manitoba-born, Thunder Bay-raised man, may soon have an award to call his own. Nadjiwan’s latest release – Begin – is nominated for Best Male Artist at the seventh annual Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards (CAMA) . The awards will take place Nov. 25 at the John Bassett Theatre in downtown Toronto.

More work needed to combat solvent abuse

More needs to be done to help youth break away from chronic gas and solvent sniffing, says the head of a treatment center.November 17, 2005: Volume 32 #23

Science soars at Thunder Bay high school

Students crushing frozen flowers and trying to escape from tied ropes were part of the kickoff of the Soar with Science show.

Fort Albany faces financial hurdles

Fort Albany acquired a bank overdraft to tide itself over until next fiscal year which begins April 1.