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Rick Garrick — Wawatay News

Ginoogaming looking at wind power

Energy could be blowing in the wind around Ginoogaming.

Madahbee elected Grand Council Chief

Pat Madahbee was elected June 9 as Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief.

H1N1 found in more communities

More H1N1 swine flu cases have hit Nishnawbe Aski Nation communities.

KI homecoming cancelled until 2011 over H1N1 fears

The KI Homecoming 2009 has been cancelled due to the H1N1 pandemic.

Concern grows over drug abuse

Long Lake #58 First Nation is combating a growing problem of drug abuse in which an estimated 60 per cent of the community is abusing prescription medication.

H1N1 confirmed in 6 communities

Six Nishnawbe Aski Nation communities have been hit with the H1N1 flu virus.

KO, UN team on garden project

Other communities may be green with envy at the conclusion of this summer’s Keewaytinook Okimakanak gardening project.

Correen Kakegamic's efforts recognized

Correen Kakegamic earned the Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School Executive Director’s Award for her dedication to school work and others around the school.

Turtle planning culinary career

Correen Kakegamic, Kelly Morriseau, Shane Turtle, Stanley Barkman, Charlissa Bottle and Kirk Meekis were multiple award winners at Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School’s Academic and Athletic Awards ceremony.

Panacheese valedictorian of Oshki graduating class

“Education is something to strive for.”

Learning through photography

Justine Moore is happy with the results of the PhotoVoice project she worked on this winter.

College to offer mineral prospecting program

Confederation College will receive $250,000 for a new 15-week Mineral Prospecting Program for First Nation community members.

Radar sites to be cleaned

First Nation leaders are pleased with government plans to clean up contaminated radar sites.