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Norman Shewaybick and his son Norman had been stranded for several hours when their truck got stuck in deep snow on the winter road between Nibinimik First...

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The federal government will provide almost $6 million to the people Matawa First Nations to prepare them for jobs in the Ring of Fire.
The Government...

Arts & Entertainment

Gull Bay artist Kevin Belmore with his animal protest painting that features a group of animals leaving in a canoe over man’s destruction of the environment.  Photo by Rick Garrick

Gull Bay’s Kevin Belmore has created a protest painting featuring animals leaving in a canoe over man’s destruction of the environment.

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Education

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Classroom attendance has increased in Wapekeka since the temporary Reverend...

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Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee says that not enough...

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We want to tell everyone in northwestern Ontario and the rest of Canada...

Politics

The Mushkegowuk Council and the Government of Ontario formalized a renewed Treaty relationship by signing a Treaty Relationship Roundtable...

Sports

Tournament organizers, Shera Wesley and Chris Lawson, at the Lac Seul Arena. Not pictured is committee member Sol Mamakwa. Photo by Blue Earth Photography
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A Feb. 8-14 Northern Youth Hockey Championships tournament is being...

The Geyshick brothers, Henry and Brandon, helped their Fort Frances High School senior boys volleyball team to an 8-0 record and a NorWOSSA championship this year.  Submitted photo
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Lac La Croix brothers Henry and Brandon Geyshick helped lead the Fort...

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Different Lac Seul team, different town and tournament, same result.
A...

Technology

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

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

Feature Stories

Nobody Wants to Die. They Want to Stop the Pain: The People’s Inquiry into Our Suicide Pandemic report released by Mushkegowuk Tribal on Jan. 20. Photo by Blue Earth Photography., The Inquiry’s lead commissioner Mike Metatawabin, a member of Fort Albany First Nation. Photo by Blue Earth Photography.

Suicide is a difficult topic to discuss. It’s painful. Sometimes it’s probably much easier to pretend it doesn’t happen. Sometimes we respond by recognizing...

Culture

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

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

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

“Kah…‘neeshaw ay-skwaw-ping...

Community

Magnetawan First Nation Chief William Diabo says today’s train derailment within their traditional territory does not pose any health or...

Environment

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On December 14, 2015, the United Nations Conference on Climate Change was...

Neesha and her son Alex. Submitted photo.
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The Ring of Fire is a name that has been given to a planned mining chromite...

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Six Cree youth and their guide embarked on an incredible 1,600 km journey...

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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Health

In November 1991, the Sioux Lookout Area Aboriginal Management Board (SLAAMB) was formed to improve the chances of First Nations people living in...

 
 

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Classroom attendance has increased in Wapekeka since the temporary Reverend Eleazar Winter Memorial School was opened on Jan. 11.

Norman Shewaybick and his son Norman had been stranded for several hours when their truck got stuck in deep snow on the winter road between Nibini

Moses Kakekaspan recovering in the nursing station. Photo by Sergeant Matthew Gull

Canadian Rangers from two First Nation communities conducted a successful joint search on Wednesday for an overdue snowmobiler who ran out of fuel

Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler welcomes today’s landmark ruling by the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal that the Government of

Nobody Wants to Die. They Want to Stop the Pain: The People’s Inquiry into Our Suicide Pandemic report released by Mushkegowuk Tribal on Jan. 20. Photo by Blue Earth Photography., The Inquiry’s lead commissioner Mike Metatawabin, a member of Fort Albany First Nation. Photo by Blue Earth Photography.

Suicide is a difficult topic to discuss. It’s painful. Sometimes it’s probably much easier to pretend it doesn’t happen.

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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...

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...

Blogs & Columns

While Aboriginal people are usually “barely on the radar” at most print and online media outlets in Ontario, a Journalist’s for Human Rights report says...

The newly announced federal budget has made drastic funding cuts to organizations that promote the well-being of Aboriginal peoples health in Canada.
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For the past year and a half Duck Bay First Nation band member Bossy Ducharme has been on a traditional diet. He ate only Native foods, pre-European contact...

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