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Ontario Superior Court Justice Helen M. Pierce reserved decision and reasons until May 4 at the Brayden Bushby sentencing hearing for the death of the late...

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The Anishnawbe Business Professional Association will kick off the 2021 season of their Virtual Campfire Series with the first of three webinars on...

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Eagle Lake filmmaker Victoria Anderson-Gardner, one of five recipients of $2,000 grants from Inconvenient Indian director Michelle Latimer and...

Education

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Oshki-Pimache-O-Win The Wenjack Education Institute is launching a new...

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Two Junior Canadian Rangers from Northern Ontario are among 10 Junior...

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Northern Nishnawbe Education Council (NNEC) plans to operate the Dennis...

Politics

The provincial government recently announced about $6 million in funding for 3,170 kilometres of winter roads to Moosonee and 31 remote First...

Sports

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Two Indigenous youth from Northern Ontario were selected to compete in the...

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When he first made his debut in the National Hockey League with the...

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Not only has he inspired many people across the World to be the best that...

Technology

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A group of youth have learned the complexities of aviation after...

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The Treaties are supposed to be about sharing resources and building equal...

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The well-known red sweaters worn by Canadian Rangers are boosting the spirits of a tiny First Nation in the midst of a Covid-9 crisis in Northern Ontario....

Culture

Weenusk artist Dolores Gull is looking forward to co-hosting the 2nd annual virtual Indigenous fashion show this fall after creating her own version of a...

Community

Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler recently stressed the importance of an agreement between the provincial and federal governments to support air carriers...

Environment

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Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler looks forward to the installation of upgraded high...

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The Matawa Chiefs Council issued a rejection of the provincial government’s...

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The Sioux Lookout Zone Children’s Environmental Health Study Team recently...

Studies

A one-week Ring of Fire job shadowing placement is featured in the Oshki-Pimache-O-Win Mining Essentials program that begins next week in Webequie...

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Pikangikum’s Cheryl Suggashie was recognized for her efforts to make masks and other items for the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre...

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I haven’t been out and about much this past winter. It’s been almost a year since I last visited a restaurant or fast food place.

We are still dealing with this Covid19 pandemic after more than a year and it is not looking like there is any light at the end of the tunnel just

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Grassy Narrows’ Brenda Kejick doesn’t just do traditional artwork, she also produces artwork on her client’s clothing.
“She asked me to do...

Nishnawbe Aski Nation education leaders are looking to establish an Aboriginal trades high school in Thunder Bay.
“We want to establish an...

Eabametoong’s Ricky Yellowhead is looking at a career in the Ring of Fire after graduating from KKETS’ Aboriginal Skills Advancement Pilot Program...

Deputy Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler has been appointed co-chair of Ontario’s recently announced Jury Review Implementation Committee.
“I know...

Michelle Harel’s hard work in Oshki-Pimache-O-Win’s Social Services Worker — Native Specialization program has paid off with a 3.98 GPA, Oshki’s...

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I haven’t been out and about much this past winter. It’s been almost a year since I last visited a restaurant or fast food place. I would in more normal...

We are still dealing with this Covid19 pandemic after more than a year and it is not looking like there is any light at the end of the tunnel just yet....

My people have always had a great fear of new diseases and illnesses.

Many Elders have stories from First Nations in the north along the James Bay...

On a whim, I built a snowman on my front lawn the other day. I was shovelling the driveway during a warm spell when the temperature rose to zero degrees...

I am happy to report that during this pandemic I am spending a lot of time meditating in my kitchen. I just wrapped up a big breakfast that I made with...

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