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Rick Garrick — Wawatay News

Buffy Sainte-Marie rocks Lakehead

“Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee.”

Mining firm holds open house, discusses past, present

The Bending Lake Iron Group is looking to develop an open pit iron-ore mine and a merchant pig iron facility at Bending Lake and Atikokan.

Wasaya hosts U.S. consul general

Wasaya Group Inc.’s Tom Kamenawatamin described the recent visit of newly appointed United States Consul General Kevin Johnson as an “inestimable experience.”

Togetherness, youth key to energy conservation

Elders recommended unity and youth involvement on energy conservation issues during the Conserve the Light Gathering.

Energy conference draws hundreds

Energy conservation was the focus of the Conserve the Light Gathering.

Cheechoo Sens-bound

Jonathan Cheechoo has been traded to the Ottawa Senators for Dany Heatley.

Past teachings will influence future: Metatawabin

Deputy Grand Chief Mike Metatawabin loves going out onto the land with his family.

Buffy Sainte Marie concert

Buffy Sainte Marie performed at The Hangar on the Lakehead University campus Sept. 16. The concert was part of Lakehead's A Celebration in Honour of Lakehead's Friends in Support of Scholarships program.

FASD Awareness Day held in Thunder Bay

“We owe our future to our unborn.”

Memory walk offers closure to families

Alec Oombash spoke about two family members he lost during the 5th Annual Full Moon Memory Walk Sept. 4

Candace Twance to compete at NCI Jam

Candace Twance is looking forward to competing at the 23rd Annual NCI Jam in Winnipeg.

Ontario launches Aboriginal energy programs

Aboriginal communities interested in developing and owning renewable energy facilities have been given a boost by the Ontario government.

Researcher questions polar bear status

A Fort Severn researcher is questioning Ontario’s declaration of the polar bear as a threatened species.

KI denies Platinex access to land

Platinex’s Aug. 26 attempt to resume mineral exploration in Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug territory was thwarted by traditional fishing activities.