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May 29, 2014 Volume 41 Number 11

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Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy and Lakehead University president Brian Stevenson donated $1,500 towards the Daniel Beardy Memorial Award on May 16.
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Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy and partner Nellie helped commemorate the life of their son Daniel with Lakehead University president Brian Stevenson on May 16.
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Courtesy of the RCMP

A diagram illustrates the number of missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Canada. The RCMP officially released its report that stemmed from an investigation that began late last year.
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Tania Cameron and other Treaty 3 members were among 1,000 protesters during the National Day of Resistance event in Ottawa on May 14.
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Photo courtesy of Shelburne Red Wings

Clinton Morris of Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwuwg, one of seven First Nation players to wear a Red Wings uniform last season.
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photo courtesy of Shelburne Red Wings

Dean Beardy of Sachigo Lake, right, visits with Nikita Vasilyev, his associate coach with the Shelburne Red Wings, outside their team’s arena.
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Photo courtesy of Anna Phelan

Fourteen students from Pelican Falls First Nations High School graduated on May 14. The day before, 22 students graduated from Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School.
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Agnes and Rayno Fisher celebrated 60 years of marriage in Longlac in 2008. The couple met when they were in their teens. By their 60th anniversary, they had 33 grandchildren and 45 great-grandchildren.
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Photos courtesy of Anna Phelan

Pelican Falls’14 graduates earn diplomas
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Pelican Falls’14 graduates earn diplomas
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Pelican Falls’14 graduates earn diplomas
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Photos courtesy of Anna Phelan

Pelican Falls’14 graduates earn diplomas
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Courtesty of Blue Earth Photography

From left, Samuel Manitowabi, Jenelle Manitowabi, Ambrose Maud and Billy Ningewance-Quedent proudly display their Esso Certificates of Achievement, May 21 in Lac Seul First Nation. The Bantam Division players are members of the Lac Seul Jr. Eagles.
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Neskantaga’s William, Clyde and Sarah Moonias at the DFC graduation.
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A group of Dennis Franklin Cromarty First Nations High School graduates prepare to celebrate with a limosine ride around Thunder Bay.
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Deer Lake’s Miranda Aysanabee delivers her valedictorian address.
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23 ᑭᑭᓄᐦᐊᒪᐊᐧᑲᓇᐠ ᐅᑭᔑᑐᓇᐊᐧ ᐅᑭᑭᓄᐦᐊᒪᑯᐃᐧᓂᐊᐧ ᑌᓇᐢ ᑲᕑᐊᒧᑎ ᐦᐊᔾ ᐢᑯᓫ
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Voter turnout in First Nations communities by riding
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Highest on-reserve voter turnout
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Party voting trends by riding
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The Ontario election will determine which candidate in each riding will have a seat at Queen’s Park, home of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. It is the site where provincial laws are debated and/or passed.

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