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Hotel project for Kingfisher

Kingfisher's new Omahamo Hotel Complex was not even officially open last month, yet it was full to capacity. A year in the construction stage and still needing some major work, the twostory building was comfortable enough for a troupe of firefighters to claim as their residence.

Pik Treaty Days a hit!

Like many northern communities, Pikangikum held its annual Treaty Day Celebrations June 20th to 22nd.

Ontario Hydro pays for land use

The Kashechewan band has accepted $40,700 from Ontario Hydro.

Administrative difficulties shuts down Chapleau bands' office

CHAPLEAU-The Chapleau Area Bands Administration (CABA) here has closed down due to administrative difficulties and Chief Joanne Nakogee of the Chapleau Ojibway band says the closure is a relief.

Lac Seul joins Nishnawbe-Aski

An outside Nishnawbe-Aski Nation (NAN) community has been given an affiliated membership with NAN.

Diesel fuel spilled near Fort Albany

FORT ALBANY - Vandalism is behind a recent spill of more than 4,700 gallons of diesel fuel at a nearby tower site owned by the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission (ONTO), says Cord Dillworth, ONTC's manager of public affairs.