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New Chi Mino Ozhitoowin and Confederation College training partnership announced – Anishinabek News

May 17, 2024 THUNDER BAY — Chi Mino Ozhitoowin and Confederation College held a training partnership agreement signing ceremony on May 13 for the Waasigan Transmission Line project from Shuniah…

Wholistic Care: Bringing care closer to home – FNHA

May 16, 2024 Over the past two years, the First Nations Health Authority’s Wholistic Integrated Continuum of Care (WICC) team from the office of the chief nursing office has been…

Moose Hide Campaign Walk raises awareness for violence against Indigenous women and girls – TBNewsWatch.com

May 17, 2024 Even with the weather threatening to take a turn for the worse, the walk still had a lot of participants. THUNDER BAY – Despite the clouds, the…

It all starts with a dream: Nunavut’s AIP winners – Nunavut News

May 17, 2024 Interviews with Aneeka Anderson of Investing in the Futures of Inuit Women and Sam Arfin of Learning, Harvesting, Earning- the Nunavut winners from the 2024 Arctic Inspiration…

Stellantis offering scholarships to Indigenous students to become automotive service technicians – Canadian Auto Dealer

May 17, 2024 Stellantis has partnered with the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) so that three Indigenous students in the United States and Canada will receive scholarships towards…

UNBC soccer player among three PG athletes to receive Indigenous Sports honour – My Prince George Now

May. 16th, 2024 Three Prince George athletes are among 36 regional winners to receive the 2023 Regional Premier’s Awards for Indigenous Youth Excellence in Sport. Connor Lewis of the UNBC…

Indigenous talent cleans house at this year’s Saskatchewan Book Awards – APTN News

May 16, 2024 Indigenous talent cleaned house at this year’s Saskatchewan Book Awards. A Métis organization and a Métis author took home a total of four awards collectively. Read More:…

Hiawatha First Nation skilled trades fair aims to empower Indigenous youth – PBO Today

May 17, 2024 Hiawatha First Nation will be a hub of activity next Thursday as they’re set to play host to an innovative skilled trades fair. In partnership with the…

How an Indigenous man froze to death in a Montreal outdoor bathroom – Montreal Gazette

May 16, 2024 On the last day of his life, 51-year-old Raphaël “Napa” André visited the Open Door shelter in downtown Montreal for a meal and a shower. He had…

Ancestors to be remembered at Walpole Pow Wow – Sarnia News Today

May 17, 2024 Walpole Island First Nation is welcoming everyone to come celebrate and experience its culture over the long weekend. The Bkejwanong Territory is hosting its 30th annual Spring…

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