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Marten Falls woman loves flying

Rowena Moonias is aiming to take flight with Wasaya Airways.

Partnership takes flight

Marten Falls is home to two of Wasaya Airway’s three successful Taking Flight pilot trainees.

30 hour famine

Eighteen students from Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School participated in a 30-hour famine, raising $700 for World Vision.

Mushkegowuk Council proposes legal trust fund

Mushkegowuk Council is looking to create a non-profit trust fund for donations to offset the cost of possible litigation against the provincial and federal governments regarding the contents of Treaty 9.

Still searching

The Ontario Provincial Police Underwater Search and Recovery Unit combed the Kaministiqua River below the James Street bridge in Thunder Bay, searching the river for Jordan Wabasse.

Rangers train troops in winter survival

Canadian Rangers from four First Nations in northern Ontario provided winter survival training for more than 700 troops in a two-month period this year.

Most winter roads supplies in

The winter roads are still open and in good shape.

Marten Falls ends Ring of Fire blockade

Citing a lack of support from other First Nations, Marten Falls called off its Ring of Fire blockade.

Noront sets out Ring of Fire plans

Nibinamik’s Don Sofea is concerned about the impact Noront Resources Ltd.’s proposal to transport mineral concentrate to Savant Lake could have on his traditions.

Compassioned en’grain’ed

The search efforts for Jordan Wabasse will continue with a new home thanks to a Thunder Bay business.

Junior Rangers, Army Cadets learn from each other

A weekend spent on a joint training exercise by Junior Canadian Rangers from Constance Lake and army cadets from Hearst was rated a success in bringing youth from two cultures together in a positive learning experience for both of them.

Canadian Rangers key part of military exercise

Sixteen Canadian Rangers from Constance Lake were an important part of a major military exercise to improve the ability of southern soldiers to operate in the North in the winter.

Keesic climbs RBC ladder

Gord Keesic’s stock is rising.

Open house

Nishnawbe-Aski Legal Services Corporation (NALSC) office staff in Sioux Lookout held an open house Feb. 25 to showcase the organization’s services such as the Restorative Justice and Talking Together programs.

Province drops appeal in Meshake cabin case

An Aroland couple who built a cabin – for hunting, trapping, fishing and gathering – without a permit took on the province and won for a third time.