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February 20, 2014 Volume 41 Number 4

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Rick Garrick/Wawatay News

Artist Perry Perrault leads a cedar mask carving workshop at the Blue Sky Community Healing Centre in Thunder Bay.
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NADF’s Linda McGuire is helping women to access small business loans.
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Photo by Rick Garrick

Frances Westley Strategy Planner of Thunder Bay’s Urban Aboriginal Strategy
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Andy Fyon.
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The journey from rock to snow machine is illustrated left to right. First, a rock called iron formation where the black layers are magnetite, a mineral that contains 72 per cent iron by weight, which is mined and processed to produce iron. Next, the iron is used to make snow machine parts like this nut and bolt. Last, one of my special mentors, Andy Yesno from Eabametoong First Nation is on a snow machine — the final product.
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Crystallee Mouland/Special to Wawatay News

From left: Faith Johnstone, Evan Maclaurin, Coach Sean Morriseau, Parker Crews, Emerson Charlie, Michael Johnstone and Shayla Boucher.
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To celebrate the 2013 grand opening of the Lac Seul Events Centre, GCK Consulting of Thunder Bay made a donation of new skates and helmets for youth hockey players.
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Goalie Karsten Capay leads his Lac Seul Junior Eagles teammates in shaking hands with Sandy Lake players after a 4-4 tie in Atom division play at the Little Bands hockey tournament.
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Crystallee Mouland/Special to Wawatay News

Wikwemikong’s Teresa Trudeau.
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Erin Corston of Chapleau Cree First Nation was recently appointed as new executive director for the Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA).
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A Sachigo Lake player looks to the front of the net for a passing or scoring opportunity while being pursued.

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Karsten Capay of Lac Seul’s atoms squad makes a stop on a penalty shot during tournament play at the Little Bands Native Youth Hockey Tournament held from Feb. 10-16.

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A Webequie player takes a hit from an Kitchenumaykoosib Inninuwug opponent during a midget game.

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Danny Kresnyak/Special to Wawatay News

The Omushkegowuk walkers were joined by Moose Cree members and leaders when they passed through Moosonee and Moose Factory on Jan. 14, 10 days after they began their walk to Ottawa.
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photo by Stephanie Wesley/Wawatay News
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Grassy Narrows Chief Simon Fobister, left, Lakehead University associate professor Peggy Smith and Lac Seul Chief Clifford Bull at the First Nations Forestry Summit, held Feb. 4-5 in Thunder Bay.
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Simon Owen.
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Thunder Bay Mayor Keith Hobbs and Fort Willam Chief Georjann Morrisseou listen intently.
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North of Superior Regional Chief Peter Collins takes the floor during an open forum on the swing bridge closure that connects Fort William First Nation and Thunder Bay.
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Empathy Club members from Pelican Falls First Nations High School serve coffee and bannock in Sioux Lookout as an act of random kindness.
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced the federal government would invest $1.9 billion in First Nations education beginning in 2015 but First Nations leaders in Ontario are not impressed.
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A puck carrier is backchecked by an opponent during the 2014 Little Bands Native Youth Hockey Tournament, held from Feb. 10-16 at the Sioux Lookout Memorial Arena and the new Lac Seul Events Centre. Sandy Lake, Lac Seul and Bearskin Lake were the big winners while Sachigo Lake played in five of the six A-Side championship games, winning one.

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