Press release ...
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Oct. 31, 2007) - MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:BMK)
The $10,000,000 private placement financing previously announced on October 26, 2007 has been completed.
From Dennis Wesley, Oct 29
Sup! my name`s Dennis Wesley, one of the lucky students from Pelican to go to Montreal! Yesterday was fun because i got the chance to go shopping and sightseeing in the beautiful city of Montreal. It`s great! The horse carridge ride was fun but really cold. anyways, this is my heads-up on the trip so far and you will be hearing from us. Peace out
Day 3 and 4:
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Along with the new ministry of Aboriginal Affairs, Michael Gravelle becomes the new Minister of Northern Development and Mines.
The third annual Canadian Aboriginal Writing Challenge was another great year of creative short stories from Aboriginal youth across the country. More than 125 essays were submitted in the 14-18 and 19-29 age category. The Dominion Institute and the projects partners would like to thank all the participants and congratulate the top 10 winning authors in each age category.
Three KO members are a part of a group of 11 attending an Aboriginal Career Fair in Montreal, QC.
Day 1 of 5, included being inspired by our NAN leadership in Thunder Bay. Deputy Chiefs Fiddler and Waboose shared their insight into the future career needs in the territory at DFC. The group was hosted by DFC Student Council members, teachers Grace and Tesa Fiddler.
Then the group jetted off to Montreal, QC.
TORONTO — Premier Dalton McGuinty is expected to appoint a stand-alone minister of aboriginal affairs as part of his new cabinet Tuesday, giving greater profile to native issues in a time of escalating land disputes, occupations and deteriorating infrastructure on some Ontario reserves.
Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug leaders left for the site of the exploratory drilling on Saturday to begin a series of traditional practices. The picture below shows community elders gathering and praying for the community leaders as they begin their efforts to develop their traditional territories according to their traditional laws. Click here for additional pictures.
It was truly a landmark real estate acquisition for a group of three First Nation communities when they closed the deal for the Landmark Inn on Friday.
Following years of discussion and consultation a purchase agreement for the Thunder Bay hotel was signed by the Aroland, Kingfisher, and Wunnumin Lake First Nations.
The leadership of Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) are now preparing to enforce the First Law, ie. the laws of their people and their lands, after the Ontario court system and one judge ruled that they have no rights to their traditional lands, their traditional knowledge and their own laws. Visit http://www.kitelecom.myknet.org/ to listen to Chief Donny Morris and Deputy Chief Jack McKay explain their position and their understanding about their relationship to their traditional territories and knowledge.