The April 3 issue of Wawatay News contains three more news stories about the work being completed within the Kuh-ke-nah Network of Smart First Nations demonstration project. Rick Garrick is researching additional stories for future articles. If you have a story that you want to share about this project and the work that is happening in your community to get connected, please send us an e-mail.
This week's articles include:
- KiHS Students Stay At Home While They Learn - representatives from each of the 13 KiHS partners First Nations form the Community Steering Committee for KiHS. They were meeting in Sioux Lookout the last week in March to discuss plans for next year's KiHS school program.
- Meekis and Ostamas Share K-Net Experiences - Les (KO's Community Manager) and Darrell (Deer Lake's Multi-media Producer) set up an information booth at this year's Connecting Aboriginal Canadians conference.
- This issue's showcase column features the year 2 Virtual Conference web site - http://smart.firstnation.ca
Various newspaper articles are being scanned and stored for reference purposes in this photo gallery.