By SHEENA FINDLAY, SUN MEDIA - 29th November 2008
More than 6,700 children from schools across the GTA learned about aboriginal culture under the world's biggest dream catcher at the Rogers Centre yesterday.
It was education day at the Canadian Aboriginal Festival, the largest indoor aboriginal festival in North America.
Alberta press release
November 27, 2008
Funding targets communities with limited or no broadband service
Edmonton... Over the next three years, $9 million in grant funding will help rural and remote communities join the digital information age.
Ontario press release ...
TORONTO, Nov. 27
A 10-year old poet from a remote First Nation community will be among the six young writers to receive the first James Bartleman Aboriginal Youth Creative Writing Award.
Saskatchewan press release ...
November 26, 2008
Premier Brad Wall said Saskatchewan will have 100 per cent high speed Internet coverage within three years as the result of a major investment announced today.
From the Native Women's Association of Canada ...
The Canadian Press - November 27, 2008
Toronto -- Students from a Northern Ontario aboriginal community relegated for years to a makeshift school rallied hundreds of their provincial peers in Toronto yesterday in a bid to gain a proper school.
Everyone is invited to register for the two upcoming online e-Panels that Digital Ontario is hosting as part of its research into the importance of broadband to the province's economy. Send an e-mail to email@example.com to register for these events.
New report from The Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI)