AFN press release (see link to WHO report below)
Infrastructure Canada press release ...
August 29, 2008
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories - Fifty-six remote communities across Northwest Territories and Nunavut will soon benefit from enhanced broadband access, which will improve community sustainability in Canada’s North.
August 29, 2008 - by Murray Sinclair
The personal and the political clashed August 27 when Ontario’s natural resources minister walked out of a meeting with aboriginals in the province’s north.
By: John Slykhuis, Staff Writer - August 29, 2008
A funeral service will be held Saturday on Georgina Island for Paul Russell Trivett, the chief of police of the largest aboriginal police service in Canada and second largest in North America.
Mr. Trivett, 52, died Tuesday at Southlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket after battling cancer.
Front-line workers will be introducing themselves and sharing a brief presentation about NADF programs and various topics.
The first week of school is filled with excitement and anticipation for millions of children as they head back to the classroom. But for First Nations children on reserves, it is blighted by the conditions they will find.
Deer Lake First Nation Youth Canoe
by observing and doing Initiative)
The Health Secretary will be directly responsible to the Director of Health Services.
To do the administrative duties of the health programs administered by KO as directed by the Director of Health Services and/or Health Programs Assistant.
The Sioux Lookout Area Aboriginal Management Board is seeking interested applicants from the catchment/CAAR area to participate in the Centre for Aboriginal Apprenticeship Research Project (CAAR) and train as pre-apprentices and apprentices. We are also looking for candidates who may qualify for training and tutoring to challenge the certificate of qualification (C of Q) exam in their respective trade.
PRE-APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM: (Carpentry, Electrical & Plumbing)