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November 22, 2012 Volume 39 Number 39

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Talk4Healing is a 24/7 telephone help line for women living in isolated communities in northern Ontario that are experiencing or might experience violence. It is operated by Beendigen in partnership with the Ontario Native Women’s Association.
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Johan Hallberg-Campbell/Special to Wawatay News
The High Ridge singers perform a song during the Nov. 14 grand opening of the Canadian Red Cross satellite office in Moose Factory while Moose Cree executive director Peter Wesley, Chief Norm Hardisty Jr., and Canadian Red Cross Secretary General & CEO Conrad Sauve look on.
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Eabematoong First Nation member Roxann Shapwaykeesic (right) scores a point during the Toronto Opens Taekwondo Championships November 10th, 2012.

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Pikangikum , June 1984.
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Frank Beardy, above, and Chris Cromarty were honoured for their work in the early days of NAN.

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Grace Winter/Matawa First Nations Management
Matawa First Nations Management CEO David Paul Achneepineskum cuts the ribbon alongside Kiikenomaga Kikenjigewen Employment and Training Services staff during the launch of the Aboriginal Skills Advancement Pilot Program on Nov. 14.
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Peter Moon/Canadian Rangers
A memorial listing the names of the 11 members of the Constance Lake First Nation who lost their lives in the First and Second World Wars and the Korean Conflict is unveiled by, from left, Chief Warrant Officer Stan Stapleford of the Canadian Forces, Constance Lake Chief Roger Wesley and Lieutenant-Colonel Morley Armstrong, commanding officer of the Canadian Rangers in northern Ontario.
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Robert Munroe/Special to Wawatay News
Nine Junior Canadian Rangers from northern Ontario marched with veterans in Ottawa during the National Remembrance Day ceremonies.
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Youth take part in a candlelight prayer during the evening of Nov. 14 at the Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School in Thunder Bay.
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Rick Garrick/Wawatay News
Penny Carpenter of K-Net received the 2012 Enterprising Women Aboriginal Entrepreneur award by the PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise on Nov. 15. She received the award during the 2012 Enterprising Women Awards Gala and Tradeshow at the Victoria Inn in Thunder Bay.
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(l-r) Filmmaker Andree Cazabon and sisters Nadine Sainnawap and Lilyanna McKay address the crowd.

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(l-r) It was a family reunion as siblings Nadine Sainnawap, Lilyanna McKay, Tyler Duncan and Arlene Sainnawap met in Thunder Bay during the tour.
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Lawrence Morris speaks in Thunder Bay while the Waking Spirits drum group drums.



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