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Summer Students

Aniin As summer approaches, many are enjoying the sun, spending time with family and friends, anxiously awaiting the summer vacation, enjoying the beach on those nice hot summer day or just sleeping in cause there is no school !!! But, for some of our youth they decided to step up and begin the life of …

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Whitefish Seining – July 5

You are invited to Michipicoten White Sands beach for juvenile whitefish seining at 9 a.m. this Thursday. —————- Michipicoten First Nation, in partnership with the Anishinabek/Ontario Fisheries Resource Centre (A/OFRC), will be conducting a Juvenile Coregonine Seining Assessment in Quota Zone 11, around Lizard Islands, Leach Island, and Gargantua Harbour, and Quota Zone 09 off …

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Hope in the Darkness – July 3

An initiative started by an Anishinabek police officer to raise awareness about mental health among young people is picking up steam across Canada. It’s called ‘Hope in the Darkness’. Kevin Red Sky is Anishinaabe originally from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, and has been a member of the Anishnabek Police Service in northern Ontario for …

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Michipicoten First Nation Waste Management System Review & Upgrades

  What is Happening? Chief and Council are working on developing a more environmentally sustainable and responsible way of managing the community generated waste, Together with the funding agency (Indigenous Services Canada), we have started upgrading our landfill facility by: enclosing the landfill site with a chain link fence and gates, adding a surveillance system …

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Participants Needed for Research on Returning Home after a hospital stay

We are looking for volunteers to take part in a study about their experience with discharge from hospital to home. Your voluntary participation in the study will involve 2 telephone interviews. Participants will receive up to $75 in COMPENSATION for their time. For more information about the study please contact: Jeffrey Butler at jibutler@yorku.ca or call 1-647-951-2055   You …

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