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Jun 17, 2016    0

A visitor from Iran enjoyed participating in the bannock making contest at Fort William Historical Park’s Anishnawbe Keeshigun Aboriginal Festival.

“It’s excellent and I love it,” says...

Mar 08, 2016    0

Nishnawbe Aski Nation reinstated the NAN Youth Gathering with a variety of traditional and cultural teachings from March 3-7 at the Best Western Plus Norwester in Thunder Bay.

“It’s been so...

Feb 20, 2016    0

Constance Lake’s Elizabeth Moore enjoyed meeting people from India, Japan, Korea and Germany at Fort William Historical Park’s Voyageur Winter Carnival 2016.

“We had wonderful conversations...

A dozen snow walkers, between 9 and 49 years of age, participated in a four day Kwe-ta-po-ha-kun Youth Camp near Fort Albany First Nation. Submitted photo
Jan 26, 2016    0

“How far did you walk?” asked the Elder.

“We walked 12 kilometers today, coming home,” replied the Snow Walker.

“Kah…‘neeshaw ay-skwaw-ping’ – ‘twice as far as the eye can see.’ That...

Indigenous Spiritual Ministry of Mishamikoweesh Bishop Lydia Mamakwa, centre, National Indigenous Bishop Mark MacDonald, right, and Diocese of Algoma Bishop Stephen Andrews, left, during the Dec. 6 Cree language service at St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Thunder Bay.  Photo by Rick Garrick
Jan 16, 2016    0

Anglican Church Bishops Lydia Mamakwa and Mark MacDonald and Reverend Kenina Winter performed a healing service during the Dec. 6 Cree service at St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Thunder Bay.

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