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July 10, 2014 Volume 41 Number 14

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Max Kakepetum, Abe Kakepetum and Simon Thompson perform at the First Nations Day Gospel Concert.
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Photos by Chris Kornacki/Special to Wawatay News

Hundreds attended the Fort William First Nation annual powwow held June 27-29 on Mount McKay.
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Photos by Chris Kornacki/Special to Wawatay News

Hundreds attended the Fort William First Nation annual powwow held June 27-29 on Mount McKay.
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Photos by Chris Kornacki/Special to Wawatay News

Hundreds attended the Fort William First Nation annual powwow held June 27-29 on Mount McKay.
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Treaty, encouraging youth part of Louttit’s legacy
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Sgt. Peter Moon/Special to Wawatay News

Marcel Metatawabin of Peawanuck was stranded between his home and Fort Severn for two days before an MNR helicopter guided by Canadian Ranger Sgt. Matthew Gull located the traveler.
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Bryan Phelan/Wawatay News

Lisa Beardy, left, of Muskrat Dam and the Nishnawbe Aski Nation Women’s Council, presented an anniversary gift to Equay-wuk’s Clara Carroll, chairwoman, and Darlene Angeconeb, acting director. “Equay-wuk has grown and continues to be a strong advocate and voice for women in the North,” Beardy said. “There have been definite, positive outcomes that Equay-wuk has achieved.”
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Anti-racism rally held at Thunder Bay newspaper office
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Sgt. Peter Moon/Special to Wawatay News

The Junior Rangers are set to spend a week at Camp Loon from July 10-18, where they will experience eight days of advanced training that stresses safety on the land and water and in personal lifestyles. The Junior Rangers is a national youth program run by the Canadian Armed Forces for boys and girls aged 12 to 18 in Canada’s remote and isolated regions. There are 750 Junior Rangers in northern Ontario. See story about this year’s event in the next issue of Wawatay News.

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