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June 26, 2014 Volume 41 Number 13

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Keewaywin’s Barb Monias, Homer Vincent and daughter Crystal took part in the Start Something That Matters Social Innovation and Social Enterprise Seminar, held June 11-12 in Thunder Bay.
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Five Pikangikum graduates celebrated the completion of their two-year Forest Ecosystem Management Technician program on June 17.
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Lac Seul’s Gina Wesley, bottom photo, graduated from Oshki-Pimache-O-Win Education and Training Institute’s Aboriginal Financial and Economic Planning program on June 13 in Thunder Bay. Wesley was one of 22 graduates who graduated from two diploma programs and three certificate programs.
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Lac Seul’s Gina Wesley, bottom photo, graduated from Oshki-Pimache-O-Win Education and Training Institute’s Aboriginal Financial and Economic Planning program on June 13 in Thunder Bay. Wesley was one of 22 graduates who graduated from two diploma programs and three certificate programs.
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The medals to be awarded to the winning athletes in the North American Indigenous Games were unveiled last month. More than 300 Aboriginal athletes aged 13-19 across Ontario hope to receive a medal when they travel to Regina next month to take part in the games.
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Kathryn Morris, Uko Abara, Talon Bird, Karla Kakegamic, Samantha Crowe, Sarah Nelson, and Savanna Boucher at the Feathers of Hope open house that was held in Thunder Bay. Boucher, one of the four new amplifiers, is “really excited about creating change.”
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Pic River’s Raphael Moses shares some of his knowledge about traditional medicines with a group of medicine walk participants on June 14 at Boulevard Lake in Thunder Bay. He plans another walk in mid-July.
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Pic River’s Raphael Moses shares one of his traditional medicines during his June 14 medicine walk. He plans another walk in mid-July.
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RoFATA trainee Caitlin Cheechoo is looking for a “really good career” through the 12-week Tier 3 program she enrolled in this past May at Confederation College in Thunder Bay.
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Artists Jean Marshall and Christian Chapman participated in the 2nd annual Waterfront Art Sale.
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A group of 12 KiHS students participated in an Encouters with Canada youth forum this past March Break in Ottawa, which included a tours of Parliament, the National Art Gallery, the Canadian War Museum and the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
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A group of 12 KiHS students participated in an Encouters with Canada youth forum this past March Break in Ottawa, which included a tours of Parliament, the National Art Gallery, the Canadian War Museum and the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
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A group of 12 KiHS students participated in an Encouters with Canada youth forum this past March Break in Ottawa, which included a tours of Parliament, the National Art Gallery, the Canadian War Museum and the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
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A group of 12 KiHS students participated in an Encouters with Canada youth forum this past March Break in Ottawa, which included a tours of Parliament, the National Art Gallery, the Canadian War Museum and the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
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Louttit receiving his honourary degree from Nipissing University in 2012.
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Thoughts on Stan
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Boxing and hockey were two of Louttit’s pastimes.
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Louttit receiving the Governor General Medal for Bravery in 1998.
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Photo by Phoebe R. Sutherland

Two diehard fans - Louttit and his childhood friend Phillip Sutherland Jr. coached the Canadiens Alumni team during a game in Moose Factory last January.
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Photos by Brent Wesley

Kanina Terry and Vanessa Moonias placed fourth at the Equay Miniss Canoe Challenge. They were also the first women team to finish the race.
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Cal Kenny and Jesse Fiddler placed first in a 16-team field at the Equay Miniss Canoe Challenge.
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Young and old took part in a race activity during National Aboriginal Day events in Sioux Lookout.
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Local drummers close Aboriginal Day in Sioux Lookout.
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Photos by Craig Koostachin
Aboriginal Day in Timmins took place at Hollinger Park.
The event featured wild meat, fiddling, drumming and various other events.
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Photos by Craig Koostachin
Aboriginal Day in Timmins took place at Hollinger Park.
The event featured wild meat, fiddling, drumming and various other events.
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Photos by Craig Koostachin
Aboriginal Day in Timmins took place at Hollinger Park.
The event featured wild meat, fiddling, drumming and various other events.
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Photos by Craig Koostachin
Aboriginal Day in Timmins took place at Hollinger Park.
The event featured wild meat, fiddling, drumming and various other events.
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Photos by Craig Koostachin
Aboriginal Day in Timmins took place at Hollinger Park.
The event featured wild meat, fiddling, drumming and various other events.
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Photos by Craig Koostachin
Aboriginal Day in Timmins took place at Hollinger Park.
The event featured wild meat, fiddling, drumming and various other events.
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Photos by Chris Kornacki
Aboriginal Day festivities in Thunder Bay began with a gala on June 20 which featured Fort William First Nation’s Robin Ranger followed by a powwow at the Fort William Historical Park on June 21.
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Photos by Chris Kornacki
Aboriginal Day festivities in Thunder Bay began with a gala on June 20 which featured Fort William First Nation’s Robin Ranger followed by a powwow at the Fort William Historical Park on June 21.
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Photos by Chris Kornacki
Aboriginal Day festivities in Thunder Bay began with a gala on June 20 which featured Fort William First Nation’s Robin Ranger followed by a powwow at the Fort William Historical Park on June 21.
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Photos by Chris Kornacki
Aboriginal Day festivities in Thunder Bay began with a gala on June 20 which featured Fort William First Nation’s Robin Ranger followed by a powwow at the Fort William Historical Park on June 21.
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Photos by Chris Kornacki
Aboriginal Day festivities in Thunder Bay began with a gala on June 20 which featured Fort William First Nation’s Robin Ranger followed by a powwow at the Fort William Historical Park on June 21.
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Photos by Chris Kornacki
Aboriginal Day festivities in Thunder Bay began with a gala on June 20 which featured Fort William First Nation’s Robin Ranger followed by a powwow at the Fort William Historical Park on June 21.
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NDP Gilles Bisson, Timmins-James Bay
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NDP Sarah Campbell, Kenora-Rainy River
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Liberal Michael Gravelle, Thunder Bay-Superior North
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Liberal Bill Mauro, Thunder Bay-Atikokan
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Liberal party leader and Premier Kathleen Wynne
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Four Treaty #3 communities face record-high water levels
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Wawatay News archives
Thunder Bay, April 2008.
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This election ad by Libertarian candidate Tamara Johnson published in a Thunder Bay newspaper on June 11 was deemed ‘racist’ by First Nations people and leaders, and the Thunder Bay mayor.

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