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Members of the Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Executive Council will honour Indian Residential School Survivors, their families, and all the children who didn’...

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TBay Modular Floors is planning to introduce a new three-week Floorcovering Installer Pre-apprenticeship Training program for Indigenous men and women...

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Raptors and OVO have come together to build the Creators program, focused on spotlighting emerging Black, Indigenous, non-binary, female and other...

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Former senator Murray Sinclair will be presented with an honorary degree...

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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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Ginoogaming has been granted an interim injunction to prevent any mining activities from being carried out in the Wiisinin Zaahgi’igan sacred area...

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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...

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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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Winter ice roads have been a big part of life on the James Bay coast for decades. The road has existed in one form or another since the 50s and 60s when the...

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Indigenous Elders, NWMO leaders and staff, and professors from Canadian and international universities attended the two-day virtual workshop.

For the...

Community

Algonquin Avenue Public School in Thunder Bay plans to use its Staples for Education Supply Drive donation of about $4,615.91 to support...

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Indigenous journalist/author Tanya Talaga shared stories from community...

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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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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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Beaverhouse First Nation along with many organizations in the province are filling the gap in vaccinating the urban Indigenous population against...

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Many families along the James Bay coast are headed out onto their ancestral lands during this time of year.

This month has been a sad period for my family and friends as several Elders have passed on.

Hints of spring are all about with warmer days now and our record snow banks are slowly melting.

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Winter ice roads have been a big part of life on the James Bay coast for decades.

Raptors and OVO have come together to build the Creators program, focused on spotlighting emerging Black, Indigenous, non-binary, female and other

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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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Many families along the James Bay coast are headed out onto their ancestral lands during this time of year. It is our most important season as so many...

This month has been a sad period for my family and friends as several Elders have passed on. It is sad to lose someone we love and so difficult to imagine...

Hints of spring are all about with warmer days now and our record snow banks are slowly melting. This winter is not over just yet but here we are in mid...

As an indigenous person raised in a remote First Nation and on the land I am very familiar with my cultural and traditional roots. It was a steep learning...

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