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.
Jesse Fiddler (email@example.com - Muskrat Dam) and Fernando Oliveira (firstname.lastname@example.org - Toronto) are leading a two day workshop in Sioux Lookout for First Nation education teams to explore strategies for the effective use of open source platforms for creating online e-learning environments.
The workshop is sponsored by Ontario's Regional Management Organization under INAC's First Nations SchoolNet program.
The workshop agenda ....
In the Face of Continued Duplicity and Cover-up, a Genuine Investigation into Genocide in Canada is Finally Launched - Kevin Annett to Commence Speaking and Organizing Tour in Eastern Canada