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Rick Garrick — Wawatay News

Pathway to policing, learning your options

Gull Bay’s Casimir King is looking into a policing career.

Diabetes invention lands LU professor Aicheng Chen tech award

Lakehead University’s Dr. Aicheng Chen has won the W. Lash Miller Award for his invention for the control and treatment of diabetes.

Gerry Martin living healthy with diabetes

Gerry Martin wants to raise awareness of diabetes among the youth.

Kashechewan hit by H1N1 outbreak

Kashechewan has been hit by an H1N1 flu outbreak.

2 degrees tour on climate action

“We all have to play our part.”

No survivors of Lockhart Air crash near Cat Lake

Two of the three people who died in the Nov. 6 Lockhart Air Services crash near Cat Lake have been identified.

New detachments for 7 NAN communities

Seven Nishnawbe Aski Police Service communities will receive new detachment buildings through a $20 million federal-provincial investment in First Nations policing infrastructure.

Missing Keewaywin teen found dead

The body of a missing 17-year-old Keewaywin youth has been found floating in the McIntyre Floodway near the McIntyre Centre.

Two victims of Cat Lake plane crash identified

Two of the three people who died in the Nov. 6 Lockhart Air Services crash near Cat Lake have been identified.

Kashechewan hit by H1N1

Kashechewan First Nation is calling on Health Canada to provide relief over a recent outbreak of H1N1 flu in the community.

Keewaywin youth still missing in Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay Police have reported another sighting of 17-year-old Kyle Morriseau.

Two Thunder Bay adults die from H1N1

Two Thunder Bay residents have died from the H1N1 flu virus.

Residential school film plays Bay Street Film Festival

A film about a young girl’s final four days at home before going off to residential school aired Oct. 2 at the Bay Street Film Festival.

Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association to meet Nov. 1-3

Consultation issues will be up for discussion during the 17th Annual Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association conference, to be held in Toronto Nov. 1-3.

Shoal Lake and Winnipeg sign agreement

Shoal Lake #40 and the City of Winnipeg are looking at a new spirit of partnership for exploring economic opportunities.